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Archive for February, 2010

Post Land Rush at NameJet

As advertised by the registry, few good .me names are now again available for grabs:

Get Me In

GET ME IN! Limited is a European company dedicated to an open marketplace for tickets in the U.K. and Europe. They operate the largest marketplace for tickets to live events, providing a forum where fans can buy and sell tickets in a safe and guaranteed way. Now part of TicketMaster of course.

The Economist ft “me” themes

One of the world’s best papers, regularly features “me”-tagged pictures and slogans [1, 2]. Below goes the last month selection:

three hacks @ eti.me

Many will call these url’s ugly hacks, but they are pretty useful designers’ resources: Favetime -> http://fav.eti.me/ Styletime -> http://styl.eti.me/ Votetime -> http://vot.eti.me/ All based on eti.me.

bon prix – it’s me

bon prix, an online retailer with pan-european presence, is enjoying its new jingle, “it’s me”.

Vote for me!

Het Financieele Dagblad, Dutch most popular financial paper, and Nyenrode, a country top business school opened a challenge offering young people to win tuition fee to the school. Under “VOTE FOR ME” jingle of course:

“ME TOO” et al brands

Continuing our research on “me”-tagged brands, below go this month six highlights. “ME TOO” shoes

ME suggestions on Google

Certain.ly a feature one misses on Bing, Google offers suggestions for what people are looking for. In the case of “me” it is:

I believe in .Me

Continuing our series of “Me”-branded apparel, below goes a picture of “I believe in .Me” t-shirt, provided by DN Journal, which covered the recent Domainfest:

Ukrainian Me

New Citizen, a new Ukrainian civic initiative, is driven by many “me” messages, just watch the slogans in the video:

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