Bowie Predicting Power of Internet

In this BBC Newsnight interview from 1999 David Bowie talks to Jeremy Paxman about going to meet Tony Blair in stilettos, his alter egos - and makes some incredibly accurate predictions about the potential of the internet.


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Van Life

Despite the bad rap often laid upon the van life, such as Matt Foley's lament of having to live "in a van down by the river," or Jerry rejecting Kramer's offer of a trade of celebrity memorabilia for Jerry's "big, juicy van," some have embraced the bohemian van life and turned it into a social media movement.


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Sell Outs

Are you sad because your favorite craft beer's company was recently purchased by a giant beer conglomerate? Yeah, join the club. After the groundswell of craft breweries in recent years there has been a follow up of the Big Beer companies picking them off one by one. It's as undeniable as climate change: craft beer is selling out. Apparently, if you care about it then you're probably white.

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Biggering just got so much easier thanks to the geniuses at Illo. With one click you can make your company logo bigger - just like everyone always wanted. This simple plugin for After Effects will certainly compensate for any shortfalls in a website/product/business plan.


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Unhappy ;)

Servers are very grumpy creatures. One little hiccup and they throw all kinds of fits. On February 28th there were plenty of unhappy websites with one common thread - Amazon Web Services. Was it a cyber attack? Should I panic now?

Nope. Just a typo in the code. Everyone makes mistakes and one little ";" can really ruin your day.

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Happy Trails

Half of all happy, white college students are enrolled in a design program. Ok, that's an alternative fact, but it's based in a bit of truth. The pleasant truth is that designers are... happy! But we already knew that, didn't we? READ ON →

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Omar Comin’ …

In its first brand campaign in a decade, The Atlantic decided to make an impact through an ad, featuring an excellent actor, Michael K. Williams, who played The Wire's Omar Little, one of the most complex, badass characters ever. And, you best believe Omar makes an appearance. "Spread the word, darlin'. Omar back."


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I Need John Malkovich

Hooray, advertising! All of the big brands are busting budgets for the Super Bowl so you had better enjoy them. Not because they are good necessarily, but because you will see them on repeat for the next three months. Sorry, they can only afford one celebrity cameo appearance per quarter. One ad that we hope to see on repeat - Mr. Malkovich. READ ON →

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Career Change

A new job can be a tremendous endeavor and it could make you want to throw up a little. That's ok. Even Donald Trump gets nervous on his first day on the job. READ ON →

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‘merican Logos

From big brands to the little guys, there were plenty of logo overhauls in 2016. The most infamous of the group were uber American because part of living in the USA is wearing your patriotism on your sleeve. Other notable rebranding themes skipped the red, white and blue in favor of delightful gradients. Who had a makeover? Take a peak at the hot list

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