Tag Archives: Thought Provoking

Wisdom is total perspective

Wisdom: The Greatest Gift One Generation Can Give to Another

Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up to work and get on with it.

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Your Facebook friends are not your neighbours

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This study by Pew Internet & American Life Project (PDF), reveals only 2% of our Facebook friends are…

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When Contemporary Opera Goes Viral

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As you might have guessed, this is not just another funny Youtube viral poking fun at contemporary culture and social networking.

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Seth Godin: Getting the simple things right

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Godin’s overarching theme is simple: Companies can no longer rely on mass-media advertising to sell average products to average consumers. Instead, they must

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Dan Gillmor set his sights high

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Dan Gillmor’s book entitled Mediactive was created to help society, become more responsible users of media.

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Josh Harris Got It Right

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Josh Harris is an American Internet entrepreneur who has been called the “Warhol of the Web” during the 1990s for his avant-garde social experiments.

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Catfish: A case of identity loss in the digital era

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Catfish a new documentary produced by Andrew Jarecki is an extraordinary exploration of online identity and, with the advent of Facebook, how the lines of reality and fiction have become blurred.

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Art & Copy – The Real Mad Men

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Yes, real world Mad Men who’s creative minds have helped shape mainstream culture. The gist of what Art and Copy delivers a message than creativity is still alive in America. Its’s a fascinating documentary.

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Lemonade: For when life pitches you a lemon

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Lemonade is an inspirational 40 minute film about 16 creative advertising professionals who lost their jobs due to the global recession.

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”Stay hungry, stay foolish”

In 2005, Steve Jobs gave a real heartfelt speech at a Stanford University Commencement Address. He talked about the pivotal points in his life and urged graduates to pursue their dreams.

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