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...Mention video viewing over the Internet and the first site that comes to mind is YouTube. They say there’s nothing you can’t find on YouTube. That’s not entirely true. If you care to explore the video sharing sites below you may conclude that they are better than YouTube...
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...Their hours, but they did have something we don’t—far superior bananas. Prior to the 1950s, the most widely distributed banana in the world was the “Gros Michel.” Unfortunately, the Gros Michel banana was nearly wiped out by a fungus called Panama Disease.
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Okiya: Asking questions to Real Geisha in Kyoto, Japan (by KyotoFan)
Geiko Miehina and Maiko Fukunae from the Miyagawa Ward of Kyoto, Japan, answer questions made by the public at the Kyoto Fan Event Maiko Spring 2012.These amazing artists shared with us some of the secrets of their daily life, and at the same time, showed us their human side.Don’t forget to see the end of the video, as it was Geiko Miehina’s birthday, and we all sang happy birthday to her! What a nice surprise!
Date: 2012-12-28 22:00:34 GMT
Xteamselenax: Selena: A Life Cut Too Short Interview w/ Abraham & “Selena” Cast.
Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1q_hkyDBIss Abraham talks about Selena/ Cast of Selena tears up (Plus couple sec snippet of Selena herself talking about her grammy win)
Part 3: Continued interview w/ Abraham + the guy who deserved Selena! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQ5z0J1uE5Q
Date: 2012-12-28 21:59:00 GMT
Group-partners: Just Who Are The Most Interesting People In The World? Now Whom You’d Think
Most Interesting Person invites film project that invites “you an adventure story, recounting how different people define interesting around the world.” With the Most Interesting Person project, each participant creates a documentary of the most interesting person they know, who in turn documents the most interesting person they know, and so on into the future. It is limitless, built through the respect, inspiration, admiration or awe that connects one person to the next.
What We Love: This project is brilliant. Why? Because it focuses on thought provoking stories of everyday people. You’ve heard the phrase Unsung Heros; this project simply adds another medium in which the stories of individual people we may have never heard of are told. Watching some of these documentaries and knowing why one person is important to another human being on this planet allows us to better connect to people in our lives with greater appreciation and understanding. What do you think of the project?
Date: 2012-12-28 21:57:00 GMT
Said Differently, Said Eloquently. :
“When someone loves you, the way they say your name is different. You know that your name is safe in their mouth.” Post on:
― Jess C. Scott, The Intern
2013-01-29 16:07:13 GMT Transparency is Key.
One of the values we hold in high regard here at Made In A Free World is transparency. As consumers, we should be transparent about our purchases and the ways in which we can become more conscious consumers. For businesses, we believe they should be transparent about their use of slave labor and their efforts to investigate their supply chains. Because we want to be transparent ourselves, we want to take this opportunity to share with you some negative feedback we’ve recently received.
2013-02-08 15:01:18 GMT The Stand-Out Social Business Trends of 2012
Major 2012 developments in social media:
- The re-unification of social business. While 2011 was dominated by the realization that social media must be connected to daily work to have real impact, 2012 revealed that organizations had created numerous social silos that fragmented their efforts and people, especially when it came to the walls they erected between internal and external social media.
- More major vendors moved into social business. IBM has long been a leader in social business, but up until recently the other software giants either had minor side bets or had platforms that could be social, but was not their primary function. This all changed in 2012 as Oracle, SAP, and Microsoft each doubled-down on social business by making substantial new public commitments to it, major related acquisitions, or introducing new software products.
- Social business became data-driven. You couldn’t sit through a presentation last year without hearing about the confluence of big data and social media, and more specifically how it will allow companies to zero in on ROI. The goal? To turn the mass of global conversations in social media into relevant insights that can improve results in marketing, sales, customer care, product development, and more.
- Mobile hampered social business projects more than it helped them. Strong user pull of mobile devices, which are (potentially) perfect for delivery of social business user experiences, made it awkward for older efforts still rolling out their pre-mobile social marketing and workforce engagement efforts.
- Social business merged with main customer experience. While a few brave souls in years past have thrown away their traditional digital experiences and made them all social, a new view has arisen to merge and combine the traditional and social customer experiences into something more holistic, natural, and expected by today’s consumer.
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2013-02-16 12:30:48 GMT The Single Point Of Moment
“Photography is about a single point of a moment. It’s like stopping time. As everything gets condensed in that forced instant. But if you keep creating these points, they form a line which reflects your life.” – Nobuyoshi ArakiPost on:
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