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Parody cancels out the law. This is not to be taken literally. Parody does not really cancel out the law but – let’s face it – parody cancels out the law. Here is a prime specimen: Bart Simpson taught us (and is arguably still teaching us and our children) that parody cancels out the law….
Around here, we’re preparing to move into a new house, which means going through things, throwing many away, uncovering other precious gems. It’s always an introspective experience to stumble onto artifacts, proof of moments long past. It is odd how stumbling onto a trail left by the past comforts us into the future. I found…
The latest technologies, including cloud, social, anything mobile, Internet of Things (IoT), Big Data, analytics and Artificial Intelligence (AI) have and will continue to transform business, especially the customer experience, which still revolves around the story. Storytelling is still the centerpiece. Nothing new there. Storytelling has been the centerpiece since before anyone could even write….
Few things in this world reach perfect little package status, though, arguably there are some that come pretty darn close. A kiss on the cheek, for example? Is a kiss on the cheek the highest form of affection? When not used to say goodbye forever to a former friend or lover (or some other manipulative…
Wikipedia hosts a great definition of Net Neutrality. In a nutshell, it means: Internet service providers and governments should treat all data on the Internet equally, not discriminating or charging differentially by user, content, site, platform, application, type of attached equipment, and modes of communication. There has been extensive debate about whether net neutrality should…
Anyone who works in information technology spends a fair amount of their day automating simple tasks. I always say if it can be done once, twice, in the same way, it can be automated. Technology should do some of our tactical work for us. Configuration Management (CM) is arguably one of the best fits for…
My awareness of adaptation began in Mr. Johnson’s 6th grade class. I was a 5th grader who school administrators felt belonged there, rather than with peers my own age. This, unbeknownst to me at the time, required a great deal of adaptation. Being smart in school was not sexy then like it is now. Mr….
Herzog: “Contrary to the wild rumors no actor ever got hurt” http://bit.ly/lGQTJG
can we count on there one day being a trend to keep everything to ourselves? #antisocialmedia
if you talk about your dreams on twitter will you see them later assimilated into sitcoms and related advertising?
Best shot of the whole royal wedding thing http://bit.ly/iJT8Se via @kellyoxford
Arvind Gupta makes toys that teach http://bit.ly/joIbab
how much do we really know about sleep? http://youtu.be/cGFJ3AXvDBo #sleep
accidence: area of morphology dealing with the inflection of words & ways meanings shift through time as culture dictates #anthropology
Voyager Set to Enter Interstellar Space #space http://1.usa.gov/jJR5kp via @spacefuture #history
RT @BrettGerryFilms: New uploads to Cinemageddon today: Possession, Lipstick and Blood, She Woke Up, Slave Girl…coincidence? #royalwedding
Top 10 Films That Almost Never Got Made http://t.co/wqgH3Gs #screenwriting #writing #filmmaking #scriptchat via @TheScriptLab
Je suis le lion
Watch Gene Tagaban : Light of the World on Vimeo http://vimeo.com/23001908 #Tlingit #storytelling #CCE #SERRC
so whatever happened to #spymaster where did #zappos go from there?