Sunday, December 14, 2008

Ooh, that is so Kawaii!!!

This just might be the last post that I shall write before Christmas. My net dies tonight, and the new connection will take a while. Besides, I am off to Mangalore for a week starting Thursday.
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Here is a concise guide to making television Ads for any product [as long as it is to be aired on Indian TV.]

Step 1: Find cute kid.
Step 2: Film situation where said kid either acts all grown up or laughably naive and hence by extension 'awww that is so cuuute'
Step 3: Flash product on screen.[Any connection that can be made between the product and the filmed situation, however tenuous, is a bonus]
Step 4: ???
Step 5: Profit!

Don't believe me? Observe the next time you watch.

Oh, also, if you liked saltillo, then here is another great album, called "soon it will be cold enough" by Emancipator, there are very minimal voice samples, but the songs are good, done by a 19 year old college kid, it is amazing what the advent of cheap computing and the super-efficient dispersal system we all know as the internet are doing to the music scene. Of course, not to mention; the musician's talent.

9 comments:

Slippery Reflections said...

yes yes, q and i have discussed exact same fail-proof recipe many a time :D

Slippery Reflections said...

and no internets? :/
i've discovered that if i sit near my main door angling comp in a weird way i get full signal :D

JerryKantrell said...

no internets :(

thesilentq said...

almost died when i saw the title :D

gah i know how much no internets sucks. thankfully i just got internets today *does a little dance*

thesilentq said...

@zivya: you cant be calling me 'q' now!

Slippery Reflections said...

@q yeah q was was easy recognition :P also why died when you saw title?

thesilentq said...

have u really looked at the title :) the only thing missing is a fangirl squee!

Slippery Reflections said...

lol! true true. reminds me of atreya :P

JerryKantrell said...

@silentq thanks, that was the intention behind the title :)