How America Was First to Put a ‘Man on the Moose’…and Other Way Predictive Text Plays Havoc with History
The United States has been re-stated. One impudent Brit and his cell-phone gremlin take on the people, institutions and events that have shaped the land of the free, autocorrecting as they go and uncovering some shocking truths from across the Pond. From Grotesque Washing to the first Man on the Moose, and delicately touching on the Control Negligence Agency*, this fresh take at what makes the greatest country in the world what it is today will raise as many eyebrows as it will laughs. God bless the Untied States of Africa!
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See also the original GLITZCH!
* George Washington, Man on the Moon, Central Intelligence Agency
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Hugh Kellett studied languages at Oxford and has been playing around with words in London advertising agencies most of his life. Starting his career at an American multi-national in London, he has been involved with TV, press, radio, poster and social media campaigns in many sectors from beer to beauty, food to financial, technology to travel, and pretty much everything in between. He has dealt with the foibles of government ministers and celebrity hairdressers in the UK, and spun the fables of Wall Street bankers and detergent salesmen in the US, representing them all in the noble art of myth making and marketing manipulation, most recently at the London offices of the international giant Publicis, where he survived to an exceedingly ripe old age.
Changes to the way we communicate with each other, the increasing role of technology in driving those changes and the startling unforeseen side effects of that technology, all struck him as worthy of the deep and serious study you have before you.
The Glitzch series is his first foray into writing books.
Also available as an eBook from Amazon and other e-tailers.
|Dimensions||145 x 145 x 10 mm|