sábado, 30 de janeiro de 2010

Parece que é mesmo a X-Tina... ou não? (a saga continua)

Provas apontadas:

Last week saw Louis Pattison looking at an online marketing campaign for a mystery singer with a taste for tar. Now, after much speculation over the source of the vid, blogger This Big Stereo has suggested that it was spawned by Sony's marketing department, with the star of the video – obscured by arty camera angles and a whole load of mud – none other than Christina Aquilera.

TBS take their evidence from a post by a "hardcore nerd" on a Livejournal message board. Said nerd has "cracked" Sony's secret "code" by looking at the names of the YouTube clips (a string of seemingly meaningless numbers separated by a few decimal places). His/her theory runs thus:

"If you add up all of the numbers before a decimal and attach a letter to its corresponding number (A=1, B=2, C=3, etc.) you'll notice that each video [title] has a distinct message:

Prelude 699130082.451322 = (38.17) = (CH.AG) = CH. AG. = I. A. M. CH. = I.T.S.M.E.C. "

Which all adds up (mathematically, at least).

Can Sony sell records through mud, pus and an all-too-close up shot of a sheep birthing? Could this dirrrrty business really be Sony's doing? Or is it all total 2.768.66.66.964.53.72.9155?

Fonte: http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/musicblog/2010/jan/28/viral-video

Se tudo se confirmar, brilhante campanha. 

1 comentário:

Hernâni Gomes disse...

adoraria que fosse ela :)

em cada vídeo aparece a imagem de um animal: horóscopo chinês?


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