The Don’t Miss List
- April 26th, 2013
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Your weekly round-up of the topics we’ve covered this week along with all the things that might not have made it in our posts the first time around, but that you definitely shouldn’t miss…
We heard about what kinds of celebrity endorsements work from one Millennial’s perspective, but don’t miss that celebs in ads have the power to make kids choose unhealthy foods, and that if you’re planning on choosing a celebrity endorser you might not want to choose someone from the list and infographic of the current most hated celebs (Gwenyth Paltrow is most hated).
2. More Brand Security Breaches
We gave you the latest "what you need to know now" by exploring brandjacking, but you shouldn’t miss that in the wake of the MTV/BET fake Twitter hack ordeal, Denny’s won more exposure and positive press than either of the faux victims by making fun of them with a simple picture of pancakes. The same day our piece on brandjacking ran, the Associated Press had their own brandjack scare that has Twitter working on a two-step authentication to heighten security.
3. More Infinity and Beyond
We wrote about brands and projects stirring up Millennials’ fascination with space travel, but don’t miss that Google has also been in the civilian space race with their Google Lunar XPRIZE competition, giving $30 million in prize money to the first two privately funded teams to land and rove a robotic exploration device on the moon’s surface by 2015.
4. The Rise of the Glassholes
We kept you up to date with Essentials all week, but make sure you don’t miss how many people are actually stealing Netflix, that it’s been reported that 10 million Google Glass smart glasses will ship in the next four years (and that “glasshole” is already a term), or the Hyundai ad that is shocking and angering consumers in the UK.
5. The Links We’re Sharing:
Haven’t had the time to keep up on pop culture this week? You don’t want to miss what happens when Millennials are challenged to text their parents pretending that they’re a drug dealer, or the amazing live readings of the crazy sorority girl email that have gone viral this week.