'Liking isn't helping'... and neither is running an ad campaign.
This message would've been much more powerful had it come from actual volunteers being interviewed rather than an organization wasting their time and resources photoshopping images to convince *other people* to actually do something.
Cane: Why does making a camera look like a fake retro 1960's knockoff hailed as beautiful? So you want your HD tv to come in an oak cabinet?
Because cameras back in the '60s and '70s were beautiful. You see the same thing with fountain pens, which aesthetically resemble century-old designs much more than they do a cheap Bic pen.
It might come as a shock to the Apple generation, but not everyone is crazy about rounded corners and smooth surfaces everywhere. An aesthetic, if I might add, that also originated back in the '60s, it just didn't catch popularity 'til last decade.