Saw this in our elevator the other day, and was intrigued:
Certainly seems like a great idea: quick ads, captive audience, and almost guaranteed repeat viewings by your audience. (I’ve seen it at least a dozen times this week.) Smart.
Fish’s early ad campaigns targeted techies, with a good riff on the old Far Side cartoons:
What you say: “In a preferred embodiment, the user directs the Internet browser to a Internet clinical services provider web site computer and logs in to the site using an identifier and a secure password and optionally makes a selection of the type of servicing desired, wherein an automatically-executing software package…”
What your lawyers hear: “Blah blah blah blah, blah blah blah blah Internet blah blah blah blah blah computer blah blah blah…”
Wish they had copies of those ads online…