Everybody hates everyone, World Cup
In only a year and a half of Vine, we’ve seen six-second loops of just about everything under the sun. With a recent dispatch from space, however, we’ve apparently moved on from underneath and are now broadcasting Vines from somewhere more adjacent to the sun.
Astronaut Reid Wiseman has posted the first-ever Vine video sent from space.
Strategy is a creative product, and our job as strategists is to create new worlds. How that comes to life is really a creative expression of the strategic platform. The two are interdependent — cannot really live without each other. Or if they do, the campaign usually fails to drive a movement, which is really what we are trying to do here in this world, move people.
For all intents and purposes, strategy is a fairly new thing. And often it’s not well defined, as far as its role in the creative process. The best campaigns come from deep strategy-creative partnerships. It’s my belief lead strategists and ECDs should sit together, not apart (but I know that’s not a shared vision always)."
The US paperback of my novel Homeland comes out today, and I’ve written an open letter to teenagers for Tor.com to celebrate it: You Are Not a Digital Native. I used the opportunity to draw a connection between kids being told that as “digital natives,” everything they do embodies some…
"Reading #YesAllWomen, and participating in it, is the opposite of warily watching a man masturbate and being unable to confront him with language. #YesAllWomen is the vibrant revenge of women who have been gagged and silenced."
"The Best Things In Life Are Free" or "A Series Long Chekov’s Gun Named Robert Morse"
as let’s face it, there was no way they’d have J. Pierrepont Finch star in this series without him doing one musical number