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Client Plug: Secrets of the Intranet

A couple of years ago, we did a project for ThoughtFarmer called Tubetastic. It was one of our wackier campaigns, involving an invented company, a fake intranet and a lot of org charts. It exceeded our expectations.

We’re working with ThoughtFarmer again, with another peculiar idea: IntranetSecrets.com. It is, as you may have guessed, a play on the super-popular PostSecret (very slightly unsafe for prudish workplaces) project. It’s a blog of secrets–some created by us, some user-submitted–about corporate intranets. Here’s an example:

Not roll-around-on-the-floor funny, but hopefully chuckle-to-yourself amusing. Please check it out. If you’ve got a secret about your hated corporate intranet, feel free to submit it via Twitter or this anonymous submission form.

3 Responses to “Client Plug: Secrets of the Intranet”

  1. gillian

    It can’t really be “secret” if you publish who sent the tweeted ones.

    darren Reply:

    Good point, though I suppose the tweeter has already disclosed themselves.

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