Banned iPhone 5 Promo: Extramazinarylutioning

They get this so right:

How to Launch the Next Big Thing

OMG, this is BRILLZ!

via DQS

New Apple Friend Bar

Bitter Rivalry

via Walyou

New iPhone 5 Revealed


iPhone 4 Video – The Deleted Scenes

OMFG, Hilarious.

“The iPhone 4 is literally sucking my dick, right now!”

iPhone 4 Video – The Deleted Scenes from Adam Scott

Thanks to Mitch for sharing this with me!

iPhone 4 vs. HTC Evo

OMFG, This is fucking hilarious. I’m nearly peed my pants watching this shit.

And another:

Penny Arcade: An Inside Job

Even though I’ve decided to switch to Android in July when my contractual obligation to dropped calls (aka my AT&T contract) expires, I was hooked on the liveblog feed of the iPhone 4 reveal. When Steve Jobs had trouble demoing the web browser, Lene and I both joked about how someone was going to pay for that. Then Lene showed me this comic today. That about sums it up:

via Penny Arcade

Ellen Gets in Trouble with Apple for Parody

Dude, Apple: Learn how to roll with the punches and take a joke. Or to quote a more famous dude, “Chill out Honey Bunny.”

Jon Stewart Rips Apple a New Apphole

OMG. Thank you Jon Stewart for saying what needed to be said.

The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Mon – Thurs 11p / 10c
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2010 = 1984

Apple launched its Macintosh brand with the amazing commercial below which promised that 1984 would not be like 1984. In other words, the totalitarian control of your thoughts, actions, and computer use would be thwarted by the introduction of a novel computer called Macintosh. It was brilliant and rang mostly true. It’s also what set in motion the fervent cult-like following by Apple’s die-hard loyalists.

Then came the Apple’s mobile operating system (first on the iPhone in 2007 and now on iPad in 2010) that completely controls your actions and user experience. I guess what Apple meant to say was, “1984 won’t be like 1984. But 2010, that’ll be just like 1984.”

If this video were remade today, it would have Steve Jobs on the jumbotron preaching to a bunch of brainwashed people with Apple stickers on their hoodies, an iPhone glued to one hand and an iPad glued to the other. Oh, and the people marching in the hallway? That’s the day-long line to get into the Apple Store to buy the new iProduct on opening day.

Dear Apple,

Steve Jobs, 1984


iPad Product Placement on Modern Family, FTW

Wow, that’s really brilliant product placement.

Can You See Me Now?!

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