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BiG MACHiNE Promotes Sean Owolo To Company Partner

Visual production company BiG MACHiNE is pleased to announce that Executive Producer Sean Owolo has been promoted to company partner alongside Co-Founders/Creative Directors Steve Petersen and Ken Carlson. Owolo’s new role will allow each of the partners to focus on innovating the core disciplines of BiG MACHiNE’s business: Design & Animation, Live-Action Production and Content.

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Move over Libero and Huggies, Armani now makes diapers

Forget the Huggies high fashion diapers, which followed the Libero fashion trend in Scandinavia, now Armani Russia sells diapers. Or diaper covers, rather. Because if you are a filthy rich Russian, of course your heir should be strutting their porch-baby stuff in branded cloth. Silver spoons don't just appear from nowhere, people! They have to be bought.

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Rolling Stone proves Adland's social media theory.

By now most of you have heard Rolling Stone magazine generated controversy by featuring bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the cover of its magazine as some tasty link bait. They then hid behind journalistic integrity like the cowards they are, not seeing the irony in link bait as being anything but journalistic integrity.

Regular people (you know: the consumer, the intended target, the potential readers of Rolling Stone, etc.) reacted with outrage on social media, and even created a Facebook Page to boycott them.

Now, I know, I know. I can hear you saying already: these boycotts never go anywhere. Right?

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QR code exploit hacks Google Glass to send what it sees to man in the middle

Lookoutmobile found a way to exploit QR codes in order to hack Google Glass (crowd cheers), Google has already patched it (crowd boos), but it's still a very interesting hack as it allowed Lookoutmobile to 'see' what the Google glass wearer was seeing. The idea of wearing tech that can watch what you're watching doesn't freak you out in this NSA day and age? Really? Hello? (crowd disperses to give attention to other shiny things.)

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George Takei makes a rainbow out of Queen's outfits, just like that Merkel Pantone

Star Trek star and all around hilarious gay rights fighter George Takei alerted everyone to the Queen signing a marriage Equality law in the UK today, via this image posted on facebook, and link he tweeted out on twitter. Because only Captain Kirk aka William Shatner can keep up with George on social media.

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FTC to Skechers: Tone it down.

Last week, Skechers had to pay 40 million dollars to customers who bought their Shape-up brand shoes.
The FTC found their claims of body toning to be bogus. The FTC also sayid Skechers made bogus claims about other shoes, including Resistance Runners, Toners, and Tone-Up Shoes.

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Director Georgi Banks-Davies Joins Madheart

LOS ANGELES—Georgi Banks-Davies is heading to Madheart. The British director, the subject of growing international acclaim for her work for Coca-Cola, AT&T, O2 and other brands, has chosen the boutique, Los Angeles-based production company to orchestrate her entry into the U.S. market.

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