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An iPhone Ad Disguised As A User-Editable Vampire Weekend Music Video | TechCrunch



Ads on the iPhone, just as ads on the web, are something most users want to avoid. But some of the ad companies that are specifically targeting newer smartphone devices such as the iPhone are becoming increasingly inventive with their approach to advertising. A good example of this just launched today in the NPR app for the iPhone. In this app, the mobile analytics and advertising company Medialets is serving up an ad for the new album, Contra, by the band Vampire Weekend. At first, the ad just peeks out at the bottom of the NPR app, but if you click to expand it, it quickly takes up the entire device. So why would you want to do this? Because it's a video for Vampire Weekend's new song
An iPhone Ad Disguised As A User-Editable Vampire Weekend Music Video

Just throwing some inspiration out there to encourage people to think outside of the box.

Ohh...new smilies

Seriously, android and apple are going to be huge this decade and you better get your head around them asap (or hire someone that does).

This year, location based apps and services are going to be the big trend.
foursquare
Foursquare is leader in this field but i believe the NIN app last year allowed concert goers to communicate and identify each other...how are these going to play into your long term strategy?