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… Several years ago, I wrote a story for Wired in which my first draft began with the line “You can learn a lot about someone from the reading material atop his or her toilet.” With today’s smartphone penetration, it might be appropriate to amend that statement, saying, “You can learn a lot about someone by what he or she listens to on the toilet…
… towards reducing your own stress levels and improving the atmosphere in the work place. The Game Want to take part? This week I will be keeping a visible tally of time I break my own rules. At the end of the week I will donate a dollar for each tally mark to Beyond Blue. If you want to take part, feel free to make a donation to a similar charity in your part of the world. …
… understands that it’s a new age, that there’s a new opportunity to execute creative, visuals, messaging, sight and sound and quickly tune it to succeed. He or she is willing to refine traditional agency or studio processes to collaborate within the programmatic planning mode. The Programmatic Lead That Embraces Creatives’ Stake In The Game A person innately…
Facebook likes can be viewed any number of ways, but according to a federal court judge in Florida, they cannot be considered property. That declaration was part of the ruling in a lawsuit filed against BET by insurance agent Stacey Mattocks over a fan page for The Game, a series on the cable network. As reported by The Hollywood Reporter's Hollywood, Esq.