Google or Gogola?

Following on from the Kyoorius Design Yatra conference I’ve been spending a few days in Mumbai where, last night, I spotted these enterprising individuals in the city’s Bandra district…

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Following on from the Kyoorius Design Yatra conference I’ve been spending a few days in Mumbai where, last night, I spotted these enterprising individuals in the city’s Bandra district…

Gola is a kind of Indian Slush Puppie – crushed ice with flavoured syrup on top. This stall, set up outside a shopping centre in what is one of Mumbai’s more upscale areas, has found a cheeky way to reach out to internet-using middle class shoppers – other than supplying “the world’s cleanest Gola” that is.

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What’s really impressive is the sheer attention to detail – note the status bar, address bar and search box

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They even had the front to put a TM next to their logo.

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