Famous Canadian band Nickelback has created a new Google photos ad for his song “photo” (old photo). In the advertisement, the lead singer of Nickelback band, Chad Kroeger, mercilessly teases himself. Relying on the meme of & quot; photo & quot;, and its role in explaining all kinds of graphics and explaining the frame copies of other memes, Kroeger uses his extremely hoarse voice to instruct the audience to “look at them”. < / P > < p > the lyrics and photos of the ad touch on Kroeger’s & quot; instant noodle hairstyle & quot; and his passion for making desserts. It can not only reflect the function of Google photos, but also lovingly use the old memes, which makes it worth seeing. < / P > < p > & quot; photo & quot; has a history of 15 years, and the memes related to it have been at least five years, so seeing this advertisement will certainly trigger some memories, which is exactly Google’s intention. Although this is not a very novel advertising idea, according to Google’s email to the verge, Nickelback also wrote new lyrics for the parody version, so the band was very happy about it. < / P > < p > the verge editor thinks a lot of ironic hatred for Nickelback is fading. Nick Statt, editor of the verge, summed up this phenomenon well when discussing new ads. < / P > < p > I think that everything annoying on the Internet will eventually become lovely, because the curve of network culture will bend to & quot; not to be a jerk & quot; because everyone is growing up. Apple extends AppleCare + purchase period: users can decide within 60 days