Friday, May 18, 2007
"One is enough"- says the punchline. And of course, can the world afford one more? ;-)
Well, have to say i havent seen a more innovative ad for a paracetamol tablet ever!! What did you think? Do write in your comments in "Reviews of the ads" section. Also do send in any favorite ads of yours (both print and video) at email@example.com and we can try feature them here..
admad trivia #57 answer
Many of you got it right this time but the lucky winner for adMad Trivia #57 is Sri . who'd used Panadol when in Kenya which was once an English Colony :-))and hence had the same brands. So congrats to you and to all those who got their answers correct. Now moving on to today's trivia...
For those who came in late, we ask a trivia question everyday and the answer will be the brand whose ad we will be posting tomorrow.
adMad Trivia #58
This might look difficult but really , its really easy if u read the question a few times and catch the right clue...
Jon Rubinstein, assembled a team of engineers to design it, including Tony Fadell, hardware engineer Michael Dhuey, and design engineer Jonathan Ive, with Stan Ng as the marketing manager. The product was developed in less than a year and unveiled on 23 October 2001.Its name was proposed by Vinnie Chieco, a freelance copywriter, who (with others) was called to figure out how to introduce the new player to the public. After Chieco saw a prototype, he thought of the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey and the phrase "Open the pod bay door, Hal!". Name the product.
Post your answer through the "Enter Trivia Answer" link. We will be publishing name of the winner tomorrow and putting up an ad of the product. Please note that Comment Moderation has been enabled there so none else would be able to see your answer. Have a nice day.