Rocketboom
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  • enockss says:

    Is that Cyber Robot Joanne picking up old batteries what the future will look like?

  • enockss says:

    Is that Cyber Robot Joanne picking up old batteries what the future will look like?

  • Zack says:

    Aaron, that’s what I most like about RB: interesting, but not what I expected.

  • ditkomaniac says:

    Joanne makes a better homo sapiens than cyber sapiens. Recycling is great, tho.

  • Dook of HDP says:

    Please keep the dark eye makeup Joanne!

    Extremely hot!!

  • RF says:

    Good show but I had to laugh when you guys again fawned over some Democrat and this time it was Mark Warner and yesterday he announced he wasn’t running for President! Remember the ad I said all you Dems need to see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7h3GPc_yMCE However, this was good to hear about Intel’s project.

  • SteveL says:

    Liked the show. Liked the commercial even better. What a leap from those awful TRC (or whatever it was) spots you did months ago. If you’re going to do a commercial, it’s a good idea to find a product with a worthwhile idea behind it.

  • Seeawn says:

    Her end product is going to be cool. But I get the feeling that the millions of passers-by on the street could not care less. The window display is an ill-conceived promotion with little interest to the cityfolk.

  • Welcome to Second Life! Will we see more of Joanne’s avatar in world? If so, what is her in-world name?

  • B-man 2.0 says:

    http://eu.staying-alive.org/stayingalive/assets/do_something/digital_art/ninja_praying.jpg

    Robo JoCo—try and take my battery

    eeeeeeeeeeeeeeyyyyyyyyyaaaaaaaaaaaaaah

  • film guy says:

    Second Life looks really cool, thanks Rocket Boom…I’m going to have to check it out.

  • Great show! Although I think second life is just a step on our journey to third world.

  • Tao Takashi says:

    Nice to see my vlogger starter kit in action by somebody finally :-) Hope it worked good for you :-)

    And for others who want to do vlogging in Second Life, too, maybe have a look at

    http://taotakashi.wordpress.com/how-to-become-a-famous-vlogger/

  • Eric Rice says:

    Great piece, RB. Feel free to drop in on Slackstreet’s music/podcast/cyberpunk/boardwalk/convention areas or IM me Spin Martin if you want a tour of stuff a little more guided than going at it alone.

    :-)

  • Jim says:

    A&J

    I love watching people that can build in SL.

    Nice job on the ads the last couple of days, they look great!

    J-

  • Mendon says:

    While the battery recycling ad was creative, it was too long for such a brief vlogcast. Because Rocketboom is typically only a few minutes long, it seems that they should be paying per second. Are they?

  • I just wanted to thank the whole RB team for all their hard and creative work on our ads. I hope you, the RB audience, enjoyed the spots. We tried to be fun, educational, and cutting edge. I hope this shows the future potential of internet advertising. Call2Recycle has been proud to sponsor such a great show.

    If you would like to see the build up these ads or give us more feedback, please check out my Call2Recycle blog at:
    http://call2recycle.blogspot.com/

  • dems4pres says:

    Great casual Friday show. But an even better commercial. Futuristic Joanne was pretty darn cool.

  • HARTLESS says:

    3-1/2 ft wide? That’s wider than Ze Franks apartment.

    Why did the 2nd life programmer chic have to give the virtual Joanne a breast augmentation?

    Cyborg Joanne commercials? That’s was a bit to star trek nerdy for me.

    Have a good weekend y’all! Go hire a helicopter ride over Manhattan before the FAA has to close that business down.

  • ReTodd says:

    I’m guessing that kess is a smoker – a hacking laugh/cough paired with living on a sailboat. That’d be my guess.

    Great show!

  • Zacharelli says:

    I don’t mean to diss your town or anything, but everytime I see an outdoor view of NYC, it seems like a soulless place, with unhappiness stamped upon its core, lacking any real joie de vivre. I know, many large cities have this problem to some degree. It just seemed especially apparent in this episode. Maybe you can find a better city to base yourselves in? Why not fly south for the winter?

  • aaaaACHOOOoo says:

    Great show – great commercials – great concept.

    Great weekend.

  • whoever says:

    That comercial was so wonderfully Gibson/early Stephenson cyberpunk. Actually more interesting than the “show”. I think you have hit upon something important. Add some “Altered Carbon” and you will really have achieved something.

  • Elise says:

    I LOVE the ads too. Wish all ads out there are like these – clear message, fun, memorable. Is there a competition for ads, like the Oscars? Good job RB! You did a good job for Call2recycle, we were entertained and got the message as well. Already know where all the drop off places are in my town.

  • Jon says:

    what song was that playing in the backround during the borg part?

  • I loved the ad too!

  • Fred,

    To answer your question, non-rechageable batteries are now safe to throw in the trash and don’t need be recycled. Non-rechargeable batteries don’t contain the toxic metals that rechargeable batteries do.

  • Hailey says:

    you should check my second life stuff it’s pretty sweet, mail me if you like:
    sassy4422@yahoo.com

  • film guy says:

    Leron..you make me laugh. Like, milk out the nose laugh.

    Good job on the episode and AD.

    NY is hard, but there’s no other place like it.

  • alpenluft says:

    stop nodding all the time, it looks stupid

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