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April 5, 2012
CyanogenMod team begins rebranding campaign
Meet Cid, the new mascot for CyanogenMod, the mega-popular Android ROM. The team unveiled the new mascot as part of a rebranding campaign, of sorts, as the team rolls out some major changes with its upcoming distribution CyanogenMod 9. Based on the Android 4.0 kernel, CM9 will mark a departure from the team’s previous use of app-launcher ADW and the stock Music app in favor of internally developed replacements. The Verge also reports that there is talk of creating a Cyanogen App Store, which would offer apps not sellable on Google Play, as the team works towards creating a full-fledged OS of their own. (image via CyanogenMod) Source
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Meet Cid, the new mascot for CyanogenMod, the mega-popular Android ROM. The team unveiled the new mascot as part of a rebranding campaign, of sorts, as the team rolls out some major changes with its upcoming distribution CyanogenMod 9. Based on the Android 4.0 kernel, CM9 will mark a departure from the team’s previous use of app-launcher ADW and the stock Music app in favor of internally developed replacements. The Verge also reports that there is talk of creating a Cyanogen App Store, which would offer apps not sellable on Google Play, as the team works towards creating a full-fledged OS of their own. (image via CyanogenMod) Source

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16:07 // 2 years ago
August 19, 2011
"The King" is dead: Burger King retires its creepy mascot
An awesome ad campaign dies: One of the most unlikely ways to advertise that you should eat burgers will go the way of many other kings before it, as high-calorie ruler Burger King (which has been struggling a bit recently) has decided to refocus its marketing on something a little less … y’know … creepy. Bring back the Subservient Chicken! source
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An awesome ad campaign dies: One of the most unlikely ways to advertise that you should eat burgers will go the way of many other kings before it, as high-calorie ruler Burger King (which has been struggling a bit recently) has decided to refocus its marketing on something a little less … y’know … creepy. Bring back the Subservient Chickensource

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14:46 // 3 years ago
August 12, 2011
To answer your question, L.A. Times, we don’t see the resemblance.

To answer your question, L.A. Times, we don’t see the resemblance.

20:58 // 3 years ago
August 11, 2011
15:45 // 3 years ago