Wall St. Journal spot




this article is about how google and other search engines are adding features for users to personalize and return results tendered towards them. The little guys are characters I call the "Ginjabytes". The boxes they are carrying out of the guys head represent personal data. The gingabyes are based on a true story. I was a computer lab helper guy in school and there was this young student who was grossly computer uneducated that couldn't figure out why he couldn't save his files. I explained to him about storage space and megabytes and gigabytes. He said, "Oh my god yo, this project it due in an hour yo, what am i gonna do yo? you gotta help me! You know I don't F' with thems Ginjabytes and sh!t, what am i gonna do about the Ginjabytes yo!!" Pretty funny no? It wasn't until this illustration that I realized what the Ginjabytets were, let alone what kind of job they did. They're the little guys inside of your computer that move all your file around of course. Doi! ----Update---- the lighter one is the revision i had to do. They wanted it to look like they were doing a good thing to him not a bad thing

Posted byJason Raish at 12:32 AM  

1 comments:

estherc said... 7:01 PM  

nice illio! ginjabites are cute little guys.

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