This is one fantastic advertisement. The songs of each country really capture their identities. I love that Chevy cares about this form of global engagement and advertising.That being said, the imagery in the advert does have a level of sexism in it. Look at how “perfect” the women have to look. Not to mention each country portrayed is portrayed in its typical stereotypes. In an advertisement like this I understand why they’ve done it, but it doesn’t mean I like those aspects of the ad. Also, that poor Ambassador to the right of the giant American car. I like this ad because of its obvious message. “Proof we’re not so different after all" is a GREAT line and one we should take seriously.

Levis has recently unveiled their 2014 commuter series with improved fabrics and designs. I recently got a pair of Spring 2013 511 Trousers and they are hands down my favorite pants I’ve ever owned. They are super comfortable, they look really good, and they keep me dirt free. I’m super excited for Spring 2014 as it looks likes they’ve made some really cool improvements. The image on the top is from Levis; the others are from here.

Google has really done it with this “Google Doodle”. It looks surprisingly like the gay pride flag. As many of you will know, Russia opposes LGBTQ marriages. With so many nations protesting Russia’s discriminatory nature in the march of nations, I’m glad Google is protesting for America. From the Olympic Charter:

The practice of sport is a human right. Every individual must have the possibility of practicing sport, without discrimination of any kind and in the Olympic spirit, which requires mutual understanding with a spirit of friendship, solidarity and fair play.

Google has really done it with this “Google Doodle”. It looks surprisingly like the gay pride flag. As many of you will know, Russia opposes LGBTQ marriages. With so many nations protesting Russia’s discriminatory nature in the march of nations, I’m glad Google is protesting for America. From the Olympic Charter:

The practice of sport is a human right. Every individual must have the possibility of practicing sport, without discrimination of any kind and in the Olympic spirit, which requires mutual understanding with a spirit of friendship, solidarity and fair play.

A Look Back. How is this generated movie so incredibly moving? Data really found some of the most important things in my life. There are many moments missing but…this was awesome.