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I gave an overview of the current state of Guerrilla Marketing for the Geek Graffiti class I’m teaching this semester at Parsons. It’s a little bit disappointing how clever some of these are… if only they would fight on the side of good. Click link below and get your scroll on:

  • Guerrilla Marketing -101: http://a.parsons.edu/~geek_graffiti_2008/class_08.html

  • (flash file above stolen from this site…. which is sort of amazing.)

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    Posted on March 31, 2008

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    This is how you document a hack! via pranks.com

    Here’s a video that shows you how to modify an old CB radio to broadcast on fast food frequencies. The things said to the customers at the end of the video are hilarious. And mean. It’s a cool little hack, though.

    Check out more from Phone Losers.

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    Posted on March 30, 2008

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    Jerry-j and I just took over the control of every billboard on Times Square. Our pictures were on the screens for like 30 minutes.View the full-size picture
    We also published the instructions: How-to hack billboards

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    The Los Angeles street artist known as Skullphone managed to get his iconic skull-holding-a-cellphone image to display on 10 prominent digital billboards throughout Los Angeles last week — leading some blogs to report that hed hacked into the signs. Alas, Clear Channel Outdoors, which owns the billboards, says no. "He paid to get it up," says spokeswoman Jennifer Gery. "It only ran for two days."
    Clear Channel: Digital Billboards Rented, Not Hacked | Threat Level from Wired.com

    The hack was a hoax.  booooo.

    I was genuinely excited there could have been a vulnerability that would put such a powerful communications medium into the hands of smart and determined people. But it’s still pay to say in the land of free speech. +1 for the cynics (Tobi)

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    Posted on March 26, 2008

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