Comcast: TripleSlanguage

Veering the old studying concept of flash cards towards the web audience, Goodby and Perfect Fools have introduced a whole plate of jargon with Published on

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Veering the old studying concept of flash cards towards the web audience, Goodby and Perfect Fools have introduced a whole plate of jargon with Comcast's "TripleSlanguage." With a color-coded deck of cards, site visitors are introduced to a whole new alteration of the English language thanks to terms that include "Karaocasting," "Snurfing," "Phoruption" and more--all in the name of promoting Comcast's on-demand Triple Play service, which aims to deliver TV, internet and phone in one nice rolled-up package.

The site's streaming, clickable video applications offer an animated and amusing view to explain the silly terms, along with a showcase of the TV spots and even a pop quiz to test your skills at acknowledging your hi-tech, pop culture prowess. 

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Sep 06, 2007
Client:
Comcast
Agency:
Goodby Silverstein & Partners
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Perfect Fools Amsterdam
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