darklordmalfoy

this is an AT&T advertising campaign that was designed by Jose Estrada, a Mexican, who won a million dollars in an open competition organized by AT&T just using painted hands and a mobile phone. Quite amazing!!! Enjoy it!

call-me-bunny-banana:

bloodywhip:

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senoritabadass:

AUSTRALIAimage

BAHAMASimage

BRAZIL  image

CANADAimage

CHINA (#1)image

CHINA (#2)image

COSTA RICAimage

EGYPT   image

ENGLANDimage

FRANCE            image

INDIA    image

ITALY    image

JAPAN (#1)image

JAPAN (#2)image

MEXICO (#1)image

MEXICO (#2)image

MOROCCOimage

NETHERLANDSimage

NORWAYimage

PARAGUAYimage 

RUSSIA image

SOUTH AFRICAimage

UNITED KINGDOMimage

KJFKSDJFSAF AMAZING!

THIS DUDE IS A GENIUS!!!

MEXICANS FTW

this is talent

PERFECTION

akihi-to
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futurejournalismproject:

Delete Yourself From Web Services With JustDelete.me

JustDelete.me is a directory that allows you to permanently remove yourself from different web services such as Facebook, PayPal, Amazon, etc. 

Why can’t you just go to the listed sites on your own and delete yourself that way, you ask? It’s not that easy. 

A lot of sites have dark patterns — interfaces created to trick users into agreeing to terms they otherwise wouldn’t — and JustDelete.me is designed to work around those patterns.

For example, Facebook’s Account Settings menu only offers people the option to deactivate their accounts, so many think that it’s not possible to completely delete themselves from the site; the “Delete Account” button can only be found if you hunt it down. With JustDelete.me, you can click the Facebook link and be taken directly to the “Delete Account” page without all the hassle.

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