With happiness being the inverse of anger, intense levels of online vitriol were solved with discounted candy bars. So begins one of the least boring stories about data ever — when Snickers and agency Clemenger BBDO Melbourne in Australia teamed up to create a social media “Hungerithm” that resulted in discounted Snickers bars, which spread to the post-election U.S.
Their work can be all about them Nov. 8, 2005: Vol. 1, Issue No. 46 IN THE NEWS The Book on a Graphics Superhero Mr. Kidd's home is more like a very expensive toy store. It reflects the same graphic punch seen in his book covers, which helped transform the American book jacket from a decorative bit of packaging into a striking evocation of the writing it contained. Its items are arranged like a pocket shrine, as much a carefully curated archive of Mr. Kidd's obsessions and evolving eye as his new book, "Chip Kidd, Book One: Work: 1986-2006," published this month by Rizzoli.
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