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High five everyone. We made it through January. Here in Edinburgh the days are definitely getting lon
 

Oh for seven

February 1 · Issue #16 · View online
Like birdwatching, but for brand enthusiasts. Links spotted and shared semi-regularly by Caroline O.

High five everyone. We made it through January. Here in Edinburgh the days are definitely getting longer - now if only they’d just get a little warmer… 
In this month’s first round up of links: two very different examples show that ads aren’t always as unwanted as people claim; two very different Twitter rants and the need-driven design (or lack thereof) that inspired them; and the latest streetwear trend for junk food fans (because you’re done with that ‘clean eating’ resolution by now, right?)

Hipster Culture and Instagram Are Responsible for a Good Thing
Ad targeting is a status symbol in China
The Real Reason Why NASA Created Makeup For Women Astronauts
First robot shop assistant tested at Scottish supermarket
Doritos Is Releasing A Ketchup-Inspired Capsule Collection to Celebrate Canada's Ketchup Chip Obsession
That’s it for this edition! Thanks for reading this far. If you enjoyed it, I’d be eternally grateful if you’d please forward to your pals / colleagues / partners in crime. They can subscribe using the link below.
Until next time,
Caroline
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