wezzo: Johnny Neon ‘Hearts’ Music Video. Shot in Cape Town with a GoPro, a dog escapes out of his owner’s house and has a blast. Dave Meinert who created the video explains via his Vimeo page: A music video I made for Johnny Neon after my friend, Will asked me to look after his dog for the weekend. Shot on GoPro with a custom built rig from soccer shin guard and an H-harness. More info...
futurejournalismproject: The AP Gets a New Look Late last week the Associated Press announced that they’re rolling out a new visual identity system that’s “designed for the digital era.” Central to the changes is a new logo. The new branding was created by Brooklyn-based Objective Subject, who detail their processes here. The video above shows the iterative process Objective Subject took en...
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newsflick: This is the true face of Britons involvement in Somalia.
“I don’t think [Obama] is going to re-elect us” – Jon Stewart on Letterman’s Late Show
guardian: From the Tumblr that brought you Barack Obama singing Al Green… Obama sings Sweet Home Chicago Source: Reuters/PBS
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ShortFormBlog: On whether Pinterest's terms are... →
shortformblog: inadvisable asks: Wait? How is that different from Tumblr? Same policy, yes? » SFB says: Actually, not so much. This sell thing is actually a fairly notable difference. As Anthony De Rosa just pointed out on Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr don’t claim to have the right to sell…
It was reported that while on a trip to South Africa, singer Shakira was...– AMY POEHLER, Weekend Update (via inothernews)
thedailywhat: This Is Informative, You Should Watch It of the Day: The long-awaited fourth and final installment in Kirby Ferguson’s fascinating series on how “everything is a remix.” In the last chapter, Ferguson looks at the failure of the law system to “acknowledge the derivative nature of creativity.” By the way, Ferguson is already hard at work on his next project, This is Not a...
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