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Sapling Pictures supports GirlsWhoCode with Holiday Giving
We're producing a whole series of Super Educator videos for the NEAMB this year. Here's the first one, from Florida, Ms. Precious Symonette
Here's the teaser for our latest series of teacher makeovers!
Here's a look at our latest project for the NEA Member Benefits. Just in time for Teacher Appreciation Week, here are the three teacher makeovers we produced in Delaware this spring. Many thanks to the Delaware teachers, NEAMB, and super stylist DC Style Factory!
Sapling Pictures supports school arts program in the New Year
So proud to have been part of this awesome institution back in the day!
What We Owe the MythBusters http://buff.ly/1XUGK43
The hit TV show, ending a 14-season run next year, transformed the way Americans view science and engineering. We’ll miss it.
Who's buying me one?
...but only if you're in Japan.
Welcome to another perk of the 50th anniversary!
It’s only logical it would come to this. The rejuvenation of Star Trek on the big screen, eventually, had to do the same for the franchise’s native medium, television. And after months of rumors and...
I want some responses here people!
Would it be a lightsaber, TARDIS, teleportation, or something else?
Here's a fun article about the holy grail of , the MAG sneakers!
One nostalgic sneakerhead born in the '80s reflects on the shoe's pop cultural significance.
Storytelling at the Center of Compelling Videos
Who is this targeting? I saw it during some pretty low-brow TV (not that I was watching it!)
Many celebrities shy away from doing luxury ads for fear of seemingly snooty. But Jennifer Aniston clearly doesn't care about that—filming this new spot for Emirates airline (via agency RKCR/Y&R) in...
Are they really on equal playing fields? The content isn't made the same, the distribution vehicles are completely different and the audiences are as unique as a cheese and chicken. Sure, we need a new system of metrics, but no matter how people want to see these things merged, it will never happen. Instead a new media system will emerge that might resemble the two "parents", but be as unique as a newborn baby. Join the conversation this week at .
The metrics used to measure the audiences of TV and digital are vastly different, writes Nielsen global president Steve Hasker. It's time to even the field.
You now have 3 weeks, but I know you can do it. Sooo close!
This whole thing is just so disturbing. How can this have gone on for so long? Who else is going to get caught in the fray before its over?
By James Grimmelmann, Slate
Branded content? Straight marketing? What do you think?
A tree may be safer in the city than in the rainforest. Let's change this. At Unilever we are committed to making our products sustainably without harming ou...
A brief history of the racial bias in film.
The unfortunate history of racial bias in photography. Subscribe today: http://goo.gl/0bsAjO For decades, the color film available to consumers was built for...
Here's a breakdown for you. Learn it. Live it.
I want one! Who's buying?
Scientists say they have come up with a new, ultrathin "invisibility cloak" that turns objects into perfect, flat mirrors.
Here's some helpful info from those without an iPhone attached to their hip (although hip replacements may be present).
They keep it real.
We should listen to our elders more. They know a thing or two.
Shirley might just melt your heart.
Silence is golden. Be it requires crazy amounts of will power. And when it involves a beloved franchise, its impossible – except for Tibetan monks. How little do you know about Episode 7?
“We’re not in the information age anymore, we are in the information management age.” — Chris Hardwick
I love animation as much as (okay, probably more than) the next guy, but I don't remember any cartoon crushes. Do you?
By Jillian Capewell and Maxwell Strachan
Ribbons, ribbons, everywhere. Its great to get celebrity help for your cause, but green means different things to different people. And last year, green ribbons brought attention to mental illness. What was it for at the Emmys? Cerebral palsy? No. Kidney cancer? Nope. Climate change? Yes! (And you would know that if you read the hashtag on the ribbon while Jeffrey Tambor was talking.) So how far does a message reach when there's confusion as to what the message is? Sure you could say it caused more interest since we couldn't tell what it was for, but that also requires investigation - something folks are generally unwilling to do without a payoff. What do you say?
Stars, including Transparent’s Jeffrey Tambor, Veep’s Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Louis CK, Don Cheadle, Mandy Patinkin, and George R.R, Martin were seen wearing the ribbons, which bore the phrase “Demand...
One worth coming back to...
The Secret to Being Happy at Work (And in Life)
Fly and swim underwater. There's aren't many of us on this rock that can do both well. Who said humans we're on top? Silly humans.
Wow. What an era for advertising. My favorite, "Be Nice To Your Nose."
These Shameless Co***ne Ads Prove the '70s Were a Hell of a Time to Be Alive http://buff.ly/1KpOlCO
Inspired by the hit Netflix series Narcos, about the exploits of Pablo Escobar, some fans decided to dig up some of the period's not-so-subtle ads for co***ne paraphernalia. They posted their finds, clipped...
October 15th is around the corner so I'm on the hunt for stunning BTTF shots. This one is older, but still awesome! Without Doc, how will Marty make it?
So say we all.
I play in technology everyday, but this will always be magical to me.
For the average person using Facebook, this doesn't mean much, really. People can be mean in any format, but getting the thumbs down on FB isn't the same as it was for Spartacus. For businesses and brands, that's a whole 'nother story. You might be second guessing that post on conservative socialism in ice cream shops now.
People have asked whether Facebook would make a "Dislike" button for years, and for years Facebook has said that it wouldn't. It's kind of obvious why this cycle happens: there's a natural impulse...
We're in full Star Wars blitz now. There really has been an awakening. Can you feel it?
Oh, and feel free to sign me up for this.
There has been an awakening... in your bank account. StarWars.com and Funko have joined forces and are launching the only official Star Wars subscription box: Smuggler's Bounty. Much like Marvel Collectors...
She Put Crayons In A Hot Glue Gun And The Results Were Awesome http://buff.ly/1iCCAyu
Who knew melted crayons could be so cool?!
Cool art post. What does it say to you?
If IKEA sold cars...
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