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WONGDOODY rebrands Childhaven

Childhaven is one of the few worldwide organizations out there that uses scientifically proven treatments to treat and address the trauma of child abuse. WONGDOODY

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Maytag gets in on the April Fool's fun

With the invention of the Maytag "smart phone," in the form of a Lilliputian Maytag Man, now you can have all the power, durability and dependability you've come to expect from a brand that insists those words appear in communication, even when it's supposed to be a joke.

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#NeverSettle, Oneplus releases sandstone non-slippery products

True their company motto to #NeverSettle, OnePlus set out to solve those annoying problems we meet daily in live, including slippery shoes, phones, soaps and cups. Inspired by sandstone case you can get with OnePlus phone, they realized it is the ultimate cure against slippery things.

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Googles "minion mic drop" Aprils fools backfires badly

Google launched an April fools this year that caused widespread embarrassment, quite possible a few people getting fired or not hired, and headaches for all. The idea was to have a "send" and a "minion mic drop send", but using either button sent the minion mic drop gif attached to your email.

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Adland will host its first 10% conference to stand up for left-handed creatives.

It’s hard to believe we have to write this in 2016, but the advertising industry has not moved the needle in terms of diversity at all. It seems they’re more interested in living in a VR world of their own devising than facing the reality that they are still marginalizing a lot of people.

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Chip Shop awards, the offensive awards, deleted tweet deemed too offensive. Wait, what?

To remind people to enter the Chip Shop awards their Twitter account tweeted the above image, which shows Kim Kardashian and Emily Ratajkowski taking a topless selfie while flipping the bird. Don't be an idiot, like these gals, enter the awards.

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It's doubtful the overtime increase will change advertising

If you keep up with U.S. government policy especially when it comes to economics, you may have heard that the Fair Labor Standards Act might crack down on companies making their employees work long stupid hours by requiring overtime pay, or a minimum salary of $50,440.

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