(This post is sponsored content courtesy of Ebuzzing (www.ebuzzing.co.uk))
Are you a secret agent in the making? Do you have what it takes to assist James Bond on his latest adventure?
Heineken has launched an exciting new competition to coincide with the launch of the new James Bond film, SKYFALL. Help James Bond evade capture and enter a world of intrigue and mystery as a secret agent tasked with opening a suitcase full of top secret documentation.
Meet Sévérine (Berenice Marlohe) in a passenger compartment on a speeding train where you will find clues to crack the password that will grant her access to the secret documentation that includes a profile on YOU, the newest member of their team of secret agents.
Once you have cracked the password you will be rewarded with a personalised SKYFALL trailer that you can show off to your Facebook Friends.
The interactive nature of this video gives you the option of uploading a profile picture, or to continue with a secret identity. This is a fun way to immerse yourself in the 007 universe, and allows you some bragging rights when you next share a Heineken with your friends.
SKYFALL is set to release in South Africa on 30 November 2012, so hurry and crack the case!
I like banking with FNB, yehp, my disclosure is that I am a happy FNB client. Now FNB has brought out another banking experience improving service – Facebook Banking.
Read the press release after the jump, and note that this service is available for FNB clients who have registered for Cellphone banking and are in South Africa.
Companies often put out video clips as part of creative marketing campaigns. This week I was handed a video clip as part of a sponsored editorial for SaGeek Blog, and I have to say, it is one of the best I have seen.
It is titled Fact Checkers Unit – The Franco Files, and features the Samsung Galaxy Note. Video and more information after the break.
Last year when I did a week with Win7 and proprietary software, I noted that for the disk size and the cost, you don’t really get much with Windows. If you wanted more functionality, you needed to download Windows Live Essentials – which at the time was only available with certain kinds of Win7, such as Ultimate and Professional – or you would have to buy MS Office, which came in various flavors with differing functionality.
What is the situation like with Win8?
Days Three and Four where on a Saturday and a Sunday, and since I really did not get a lot done on the laptop I decided to make them and today (Monday) to be my Day Three. This means that I would have some extra time on Win8 and provide a more fair assessment of how it is to use it.
Very busy today, so a quick note on a few things before I do a more complete write-up later this evening.
Day 2 was Friday 9 March, I am only putting it up this morning because Friday was a nightmare of a day.
Anyhow, I was able to work in Win8 all day without needing to switch over to Ubuntu or Win7. Since I was able to spend a whole day with Win8 I decided to list some stuff I like about it.
So I installed Win8 last night in a bid to sus out the user experience of the new Metro interface.
Long story short I am back in Ubuntu at the moment, I haven’t given up, mind, but I needed something to work and could not get Windows to co-operate. I will write it off to me not being as familiar with the platform as with Ubuntu and try it again later.
I haven’t blogged in a very long time, and since I have to evaluate Windows8 for work in order to get the tech team up to speed on it I thought it would be a great opportunity to get back into blogging by doing a 7Day Challenge where Windows8 is my default “office”.
Previously I did a 7Day Challenge with Windows7 and proprietary software, and remember those frustrations well. This will be a good opportunity not only to sus out Win8, but also get a feel for what improvements have been made in the world of Proprietary software.
So far the verdict is not too good, IE is being mean to me. I might have to install Chrome or Firefox before too long because IE does not play well with Wordpress on Win8, I have to write in HTML mode to make sure my changes get recorded.
I got a laptop from work to use. A very pretty Sony Vaio VGN-FW45GJ, I decided to dual boot. I installed Windows7 and Ubuntu 11.10.
Installing Windows7 was a HUGE mistake, but it did allow me to discover what an absolute scam the Windows ecosystem is. And to make matters worse, I decided to write this post from my Windows7 boot while installing a load of Windows updates. In writing these short sentences, I have been interrupted by FOUR popups, one to reminde me to install IE9, one to inform me that some of the updates did not install and two from the two Driver Downloaders that I tried to get Windows working on this machine.