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- Posted on Dec 15th 2008 5:00PM by James Sullivan
Once upon a time, kids could spend hours drawing rainbows, or maybe going outside to look for them after a rainstorm. Now, of course, they need a laptop to Google rainbows. Preferably a laptop in a color that matches the kid's own personality.
That's the idea behind Dell's recent ad campaign, which features a bunch of overgrown kids -- a DJ spinning black vinyl, a young lady on a pink scooter -- and their color-coordinated computers. The understated ad is based on the song 'Colors,' by Kira Willey, a Pennsylvania yoga-for-kids instructor. It's a fuzzy little ditty, not without a wry smile or two: "I am orange today, loud and messy like finger paint on the wall."
Don't know about you, but yesterday we were definitely red: "hopping mad like a playground ball." Having computer problems, don't you know.
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