In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. and his message, JESS3 created an image using one of our favorite quotes from Dr. King’s sermons.
I know its the social network we love to hate, but I like at least some if not all of the layout. It makes Facebook look so boring. It feels like tumblr + spotify + the old ghetto myspace crowd got older and more sophisticated.
It’s been two weeks since Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast, and the tales of its devastation have since been told across every imaginable media platform, with details captured in real-time as they happened and after-the-fact pieces that captured the broader scope of the once-in-a-generation event. Today, Mindjet posted a piece entitled Hurricane #Sandy: Socializing Traditional [...]
The concept behind Skillshare is simple: empower everyone to teach anything, anywhere. And sometimes it’s the simplest ideas that have the greatest long-term impact.
These days, curation — especially in the digital realm — is becoming one of those “it” terms to throw around if you want to be on-point talking about solutions to deal with content abundance.
Proof-read your resume for errors. Don’t use a goofy email address (sorry [email protected], we’re not in middle school anymore). We’ve all heard that advice. How about something practical from a new graduate in Advertising that will GUARANTEE you get an internship at a digital agency? Read on for some tips.
I agree with Facebook’s COO Sheryl Sandberg: Women need more seats at the table.
Comic-Con 2011 was an amazing experience! Some highlights included: Seeing Stan Lee, Frank Kozik and Sergio Aragonés up close and personal; the energy of the audience; and looking at the costume details of the passionate masses.
Buzz and increased anticipation surrounding “Watch the Throne,” the collaborative album between Jay-Z and Kayne West, exploded again yesterday with the release of the mini-doc “Watch the Throne.” The 10-minute short follows the duo behind the scenes to learn and watch the creative journey of “Watch the Throne.” In traditional music doc fashion, it is fast paced and choppy—but it works.
Everyone loves a vacation, but it’s usually over in the blink of an eye. Well, Ine Dehandschutter and Catherine Van Holder found a way to make it last a whole year — they took their work with them!