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GM's Online Run

When last we heard from GM , the company was drafting off Ford's Super Bowl hybrid ad by buying the keyword "Kermit." Now it's turning NYPost.com yellow as part of its "live green, go yellow" alternative fuel effort

When last we heard from GM, the company was drafting off Ford’s Super Bowl hybrid ad by buying the keyword “Kermit.” Now it’s turning NYPost.com yellow as part of its “live green, go yellow” alternative fuel effort. Great takeover images, ears of corn and links to the company’s microsite. The call to action? “Just how fast can a corn-powered car go?” It got me curious.

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