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Tyler Oakley, Lilly Singh Get Their Own Digital Greeting Cards From Someecards
YouTube recently decided to feature Tyler Oakley and Lilly Singh (aka IISuperwomanII) as the faces of its next round of promotional advertisements. But in addition to the typical formats of TV, print, and billboard ads, YouTube turned to an alternative, digital-native greeting card service with a Victorian and retro-American flair to help out in the promotion of Oakley and Singh. Yes, Oakley and Singh have their own Someecards. Founded in 2006, Someecards focuses on delivering humorous e-cards to a social and tech-savvy crowd. For the YouTube initiative, a Someecards rep said in an email to Tubefilter the e-card company worked closely with its in-house team to create cards that captured the spirit and character of both Oakley and Singh. For example, one digital greeting has a picture of the ever-polite and cheerful Oakley with his eyes closed and a cheesy grin on his face next to the words, “Sometimes I wish I could just close my eyes and make you agree with me.”
Source: Tubefilter Website

Chris Rock posts controversial joke about Lamar Odom being first to 'have coke and hookers save his marriage'... just days after being named Oscar host
Many stars have taken to social media to post their support for Lamar Odom as he recovers after being found unconscious at a Las Vegas brothel last week. And Chris Rock took his own approach when addressing the situation. The 50-year-old comedian took to Twitter on Thursday night to share a joke about the 35-year-old former NBA player that stirred a bit of controversy online. The Top Five actor, writer and director shared an image from Someecards of a drawing of an older man getting yelled at by his wife emblazoned with the text: 'Here's to Lamar Odom on being the first guy in history to have coke and hookers save his marriage.'
Source: Dailymail Website

How much does a spooky Halloween cost?
Halloween is tons of fun for kids and adults, too. And with the holiday falling on a Saturday this year, a balmy evening could mean an onslaught of trick-or-treaters on the streets of the Lower Hudson Valley.
While we all love to see Elsas, Batmans and Antmans come to our door for a treat, what does it take to pull off a really memorable Halloween, from costumes to candy to home decorations to a giant jack o'lantern, not to mention the pizza. According to the National Retail Federation (NRF) the average person celebrating this year will spend $74.34 compared with $77.52 in 2014. But around here, Halloween is a really big deal, with a month's worth of celebrating that culminates on one big night.
Let’s take a look at where the bucks add up and what it costs to put the scare in Halloween
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Palestinian girl brings greeting cards back
Think greeting cards and new media, what comes to mind? E-cards.
Yet a young Palestinian entrepreneur has employed new media to somehow revive the dying art of greeting cards. Not only has she added a unique cultural touch, but also launched a family business with her two sisters in the process. Maysa Al Shaer, who is 26 and hails from Jenin in the north of Palestine, studied multimedia technology at the American University in Jenin. She begins by attributing her love for art and technology to her father. “Dad is an artist, a painter who draws in oils and writes Arabic calligraphy. He also works in advertising and I believe that my talent comes from him,” she says.
Al Shaer’s sisters and project partners are as talented as her. Tasnim is a graphic design student at Al Najah University in Nablus and Aseel is a recent graduate with a media major. “I choose the design ideas and phrases for the cards. Tasnim, my younger sister, designs them, and Aseel takes care of marketing and following up with customers and stores.”
Source: Gulfnews Website
Make Birthdays Playful with New Wish Launchers(TM) Interactive Cards from American Greetings
CLEVELAND, Oct. 21, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Remember how exciting your birthday was when you were a child? Consumers are always looking for captivating new ways to send birthday wishes to their favorite young people, and American Greetings continues to deliver new-to-the-world greeting card inventions to wow birthday guys and gals of all ages. Express your delight for their special day with the latest and greatest – new Wish Launchers™ interactive greeting cards. Wish Launchers is a playful new kids' card line with a super fun game on the front of each card. Kids can flick the launcher and try to shoot the metal ball into one of the baskets. Along with warm wishes and colorful artwork, it's easy to show special kids that they've got game! Designs in this collection of cards featuring pinball-style games include a leapin' lizard's slam dunk basketball game, an adorable gathering of sweet treats with sprinkles on top, an out of this world space adventure and a flying fun food fight.
Source: Globenewswire Website

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