Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Couture Book on Fox News

This morning our friends from Couture Book were on Fox 10 News in Arizona to show how easy it is to create high-end coffee table books with your own images. If you are not familiar with Couture Books already, they are fully customizable photo albums you can create directly from their website. Terralever built the revolutionary application on that takes photo albums and portfolios to another level of luxury.

Couture Books are designed with high quality materials and construction, so they resemble what you would find in a museum book store. The variety of customizable options available as you go through the process of creating a book will make the finished product as unique as the pictures themselves. You truly are the art director of your own personalized photo album.

Perfect for photographers and artist to display their work, or anyone who wants to showcase their memorable events in a stunning way. Wedding photo albums, baby pictures, vacations or any special event can now be displayed in the most alluring format. As part of any purchase, Couture Book also donates to your choice of the hand-picked charities they support.

Check out the video footage from this mornings broadcast to see for yourself how amazing Couture Books are, or visit

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Justine, It's over babe

Watch live video and chat on

Well, well, well,... Look what we've got here. It's that girl who did that iphone bill viral thingy (see below), and she's at it again. Because now we can watch her 24/7 with this new phenomenon called "Life Casting". I had a crush on her after I saw that iphone deal, but now I'm kind of getting sick of her.

Listen Justine, don't take it personal, but you're a little too web savvy for me. A little too attention starved. I don't think we can see each other any more.

Wow, that was harder than I thought. Bennatar was right.... Love is a battlefield.

Monday, August 27, 2007

Oh Snap!

Was I moved by this? Not really. I get it, some girl got a 300 page phone bill. It seems authentic, but who knows, it could of been made by T-Mobile for all we know. It may of been 300 letters from guys who want to take her out for sushi. The point is, companies have to keep their heads on a swivel these days because consumers have power like never before. Her complaint about a 300 page bill may have never even reached customer service a few years ago, but now it reached millions of people.

BTW - I still want an iphone.

Thursday, August 16, 2007

Hey Buttercup!

Direct TV has rolled out a wicked awesome interactive campaign.

It all revolves around Marv, the original Super Fan who doesn't need all that fancy shmancy high def coverage you get with the NFL Sunday ticket. He prefers to keep it real by watching whatever game that his local channels provide. The character of Marv is brilliant as he constantly spits out hilarious old school lingo that may not even be PC these days (Can you call someone a "Pansy" still?). And he brings up many important points about the modern day football fan and their excessive needs. I mean, "What do you need 8 games on 1 screen for? Do you have 16 eyes in your head?"
The interactive site blends flawlessly with their traditional Ad campaign, so nothing seems forced at all. You can send personalized e-cards and have Marv talk smack for you, play his techmo bowl style online football game, or just wait patiently for Marv to belittle you for not clicking on anything. Very easy to navigate with many hidden treasures to stumble upon.

This is good as it gets in my opinion.

So hey Buttercup, why don't you go meet Marv.

Thursday, July 12, 2007

Monday, July 2, 2007

Save Bennett!

Our amazing staff at Terralever created a classic game called "Zero Gravity". It's a mind-bending adventure that follows the tales of the lovable and lost astronaut, Lieutenant Bennett. It's basically one of those games that hurts your brain a little, but you like the pain and keep playing. And Lieutenant Bennett has quite a personality. I mean, his favorite band is Air Supply! Not sure if it's because he's lost in deep space, or he just loves soft rock. But he has quite an interesting profile

To build this game, we used Silverlight Technology with the Microsoft Expression Suite, along with a few other tools. The result is an addictive fun game that has it all.

So please! Help bring Bennett home!

Friday, June 29, 2007