Monday, February 4, 2013

Google recently unveiled their new augmented reality product Google Glass to the public. “fishbat Splash” correspondent COO Scott Darrohn comments on the features of Google’s new Google Glass, calling it a “headache.” Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) February 04, 2013 On February 4, 2013, “fishbat Splash” correspondent Scott Darrohn, COO of Internet marketing firm fishbat, comments on the new features of Google’s new Google Glass and claims that they “sound like a headache.” fishbat COO Scott Darrohn, host of “fishbat Splash”, recently covered the new Google product in a video press release. Google’s newest innovation would enhance user experience by allowing Google Glass wearers to access Google features like maps, news and weather search results. Google Glass has been in and out of the news over the last two years. Google’s new details regarding the product indicate a new potential market for the search engine mogul. Darrohn reports that the new Google eyewear could “record video, take pictures, get directions, weather updates and even see messages from your friends.” Darrohn also compared the Google eyewear to “something you would see on the Jetsons.” Google announced that it would be hosting Glass Foundry events for its Google Glass developers in San Francisco from January 28th to the 29th and in New York from February 1st through the 2nd. Despite the overwhelmingly positive response to the new tech, Darrohn is not convinced. Darrohn comments on Google Glass by further stating, “It’s a really innovated idea but honestly, how many people do you think will want to walk around wearing these glasses all day? It sounds more like a headache to me.” For more news on the Google Glass story and other social media news from Scott Darrohn of “fishbat Splash,” visit fishbat’s website or visit their YouTube channel. “fishbat Splash,” bringing you the news in one minute or more. fishbat, Inc. is a full service Internet marketing firm. Through social media management, search engine optimization (SEO), web design, and public relations, fishbat strives as a marketing firm to raise awareness about your brand and strengthen your corporate image.

Anticipation was high for superbowl commercials last Sunday night. Entertainment and sports news website Green Bean Buddy compiled the top ten funniest superbowl commercials of all time and shared it with its readers to join in the superbowl merriment.

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...the superbowl competition is not just between the Ravens and the 49ers. It is also between the advertisements...
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 04, 2013
Superbowl made a big noise on Sunday. But apart from the game itself, Green Bean Buddy said that superbowl commercials are among those highly anticipated by Americans. And to point out the reason why and to join the celebration at the same time, the said entertainment and sports news website compiled the funniest superbowl commercials.
As said by GreenBeanBuddy, Superbowl is considered a "de facto" American holiday. It shared that the reason behind is the fact that it is the most watched television broadcast of the year. Apart from that, it also related that Super Bowl Sunday is the second-largest food-consumption day next to Thanksgiving.
Because of those two reasons, the site said that like the previous years, on Sunday, Superbowl XLVII again showcased not only an exciting game. It also showed the event's commercial power, it added.
Superbowl XLVII was basically between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers, detailed Green Bean Buddy. And as expected, everyone had his or her own predictions as to who will be the superbowl winners and at what superbowl score the game would end, it said.
But according to the website, the superbowl competition was not just between the Ravens and the 49ers. It was also between the advertisements from the beginning to the superbowl halftime show and to the end of the event, it said.
However, the site related that ads during the event did not come cheap. But with the millions of people they reached and the return of investment that they could get, it commented that spending big for the biggest sporting event was a risk the companies were willing to take. And given the trends in superbowl commercials, it stated that most of them go for funny advertisements.
To join in the superbowl fever and stress the impact of those funny advertisements to the event, Green Bean Buddy decided to compile its top ten funniest superbowl commercials. Its compilation basically featured 10 funny commercials and one bonus ad.
Most of the commercials the site included in its compilation were shown during the previous superbowls. There were two though, which were sneak peaks of the ads for this year. Green Bean Buddy urged its readers to check and enjoy the said funniest superbowl commercials.
The Top Ten Funniest Superbowl Commercials by Green Bean Buddy is published at