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Flickr will sell your Creative Commons images & you don't get a cut

Have you uploaded images to Flickr? Have you set some of the images to be creative commons licensed images? Flickr has announced plans to start selling the catalogue of 50 million Creative Commons-licensed images, without a penny of the profit going to the photographers that took these images. Much like when Instagram committed social suicide by allowing your images to be used in ads, you should have seen this coming.

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Ted Baker launches holiday themed campaign: TedsElfie

Santa's lost his Elves following a night of debauchery and egg nog quaffing. (Okay I made that last part up-- they might have gone clubbing.) The only clue we have is a-- wait for it-- Elfie, taken by Santa.
Yes. An Elfie. If you follow @TedsElfie on instagram, it'll make more sense, as it's a game that uses Instagram's native features, like tagging, and the more you hunt for an elf, the more you might win a prize. Including, a trip to see the Northern lights.
So follow @TedsElfie on instagram and start playing!

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Agency 358 revamps Finnish beer brand Lapin Kulta

My favorite Finns at Agency 358 just revamped Lapin Kulta, a lager that now looks, at least to me, a lot more premium than it used to. The red northern star on the packaging is a nod to the fact that the beer is ever moving forward. Nice and clean and crisp. Just like the beer. Love it.

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7up, took over a London bus with an urban knitting campaign #feelsgoodtobeyou

You may have seen it all over twitter already, the knit-bombed London bus. A stark contrast to this seasons grey skies. Magda Sayeg and her team of 12 fellow knitters from Austin, Texas completed the design, bringing thousands of square feet of yarn that filled almost 20 suitcases to the UK. Dressing up the bus took three days, and you can see the result driving around London now.

The making of the bus:

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Playing with Adrian Belew's Flux: Day one.

FYI I purchased this app. Just so we're clear, this is not an advertorial. That being said I'm a huge Adrian Belew fan. And FLUX is worth the review, not to mention the listen and view.
Two months ago we wrote about Adrian Belew's Kickstarter campaign to fund an app called FLUX: music that is never the same twice. Today that app launched for iPhone and iPad. It is as gorgeous and seamless as it is intuitive for skipping, sharing, favoriting and more.

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Google Chrome is hanging out with The Hobbit

Google Chrome just updated its Middle Earth Hobbit site promote the upcoming release of "The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies." Now you can geek out even more than you already do by immersing yourself in battles from Lord of The Rings and The Hobbit. You can play as a good one or an evil one, and even get your own nerdy name. You can even do a PVP (Player vs Player) mode. It works on computer as well as tablet and mobile. It was designed by North Kingdom.

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Land Rover presents: The Vanishing Game

International best selling author William Boyd spins an 8 part tale for Land Rover called The Vanishing Game . More than just an audio book, The Vanishing Game is a multimedia experience that allows interaction on a variety of sensory levels including video, cinemagraphs, photography, animation, voice-over narration and a musical soundtrack

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Unit 9 Presents: Five Minutes, with G-Shock Watches.

Do you like live action zombie games? Well, up-and-coming student writer and director Maximilian Niemann and producer Felix Faißt have created something you'll love. FIVE MINUTES was created with Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg. It's not just a zombie game though but it's also a branded interactive film featuring G-SHOCK watches. .

As the hero, John, you're fighting to survive being injured after a zombie battle. You only have five minutes to figure out how to get help and save yourself and your daughter.

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