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Angry Birds for Chrome: ‘Mustache is funny’

ED’S NOTE: This post reflects my interest in advertising as a marketing student. No agencies or products are endorsed. The opinions expressed here are mine and in no way reflect the opinions of my employers.

Sometimes I just have to post an ad because I think it’s really funny. If I see an ad during a recording and rewind it three times, there has to be something there: a sharp script, dialogue that I get, a unique look. To be honest, I don’t have a lot to say about the Angry Birds as spokespersons for Google’s (NASDAQ: GOOG) Chrome browser other than to say, yes, Chrome does have “amazing frame-rate capabilities,” and Peter does look angry.
 

WebGL!

 
This clip was posted on YouTube on Sept. 20. At the time of this writing, it had 183,096 views, 1,919 likes, 53 dislikes and 223 comments, none of which are worth repeating.

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AGENCY:  Google Creative Lab and Bartle Bogle Hegarty, the folks that brought us Ally Bank’s “Egg Management Fee.”

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Motorola Xoom, Android 3.0 can get Flash today

Here’s a little bit of Xoom news from my inbox.

Eweek.com reminds Motorola Xoom adopters can get Flash today as a beta on the Android Market, and CNET is offering its first impressions.

Meanwhile, the folks at Android Community is reporting the Xoom is available for pre-order at Staples and at Costco. Droid Life also notes that Amazon is taking orders, too.

Looking for specs for the WiFi-only Xoom? Click here.

UPDATE 3-21-2011: Business Insider says Flash for Xoom is “lame,” and ZDNet offers a hands-on review of SwiftKey for Tablets, the keyboard app for Honeycomb.