Best Class Photos Ever...
britticisms: From Philip Gefter at The Daily Beast: In the 1980s, Neil Winokur would invite his friends over in the early evening, photograph them in his New York loft, and offer them a drink or two before they headed out together into the downtown Manhattan nightlife. Some, such as Andy Warhol and Alex Katz, were already art world fixtures, but others, like Nan Goldin, Betsey Johnson and...
In front of an audience of about 50 local social media junkies taking part in...– WCCO’s ‘The Wire’ anticipates social media journalism (via soupsoup)
Our masks may be cardboard, glue and Google Images… but our love for NPR...
On losing home:
britticisms: It’s amazing how quickly things cannot be yours: money, lovers, and parts of the city. There are blocks that seem as foreign now as when I was 18. Sometimes, I like to go back and walk around and pretend I am a citizen of the neighborhood. But being there leaves me without the sense of belonging and nostalgia that I anticipated, and rather, with a sense of guilt for intruding on the...
If I tell my Facebook friends about your brand, it’s not because I like your...– Mike Arauz (via somethingchanged)
@marymetcalf was recently promoted to SVP of...
Liz: You are a suit. You feed off the creativity and hard work of other people and turn it into commercials, and, and pie charts, and triangle graphs.
Jack: What's a triangle graph?
Liz: ...I don't know, it sounded real.
Ibsen and The Muppets: Rebecca Northam at Interesting2007
benderson: Digital Strangelove, a rather long, but well articulated commentary on the modern media space. By David Gillespie
Human potential and the first time Malcolm Gladwell uses Power Point. http://bit.ly/3Z7zXm
3/4 of 14-25 year olds view their computer as more of an entertainment device than their TV. Deloitte State of the Media Democracy, 2009
Frankie Says Relax
8095: Written for our company’s blog, here are a few of my, Matthew and Jeanette’s thoughts on our generation and some of the press we’ve been reading recently. So apparently, somewhere between Oregon Trail in computer class, our Nick shows in the ‘90s, finding our identity via super rad screen names on AIM, middle school, high school and college… something went horribly wrong....