en passant…

Trouvée sur le blog d’Emery, une petite vidéo sympathique avec un texte remarquable qui décortique (de manière assez critique) les mécansimes du marketing viral. Projet réalisé par deux étudiants dans le cadre d’un cours de Francois Cazals à l’ISC.

Sinon, bien pratique pour retrouver le nord dans la blogosphère francophone et passer sans encombre du continent des creatifs á celui des bussiness bloggeurs et autres faiseurs d’opinion : cette carte réalisée par Ouinon. Une V2 est en préparation avec quelques invasions et guerres (uniquement virtuelles et carthographiques, qu’on se rassure!) sont programmées. Un vrai Risk blogosphérique, quoi !

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1 Response to “en passant…”


  1. 1 Dansk Defender 06/04/2007 at 11:37 am

    Dear idnca,

    You seem to be keen on French politics but also on marketing stuff.
    Have you heard of the last marketing campaign for a new product of Arla ?
    Three months ago, the marketers launched a new type of milk that was supposed to improve both your health and your shape. Actually that milk is made with elements of testosteron (as energic drinks), and it has been said that women who have drunk that milk have seen hairs developing on her chests… Amazing but also stupid. Because Arla had to deny those “legends”.

    By the way, I’ve also studied in Lyon for a couple of months in an engineering school (a fantastic city actually, I really apprciated the architecture and the wonderful football team in that city).


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