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Music is the product.

Today Pitchfork wrote about an interview Grantland with Justin Vernon.

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"Kimono selfie" at Museum of Fine Arts in Boston cancelled after accusations of Orientalism

It's 2015 and the selfie idea is dead. Though, not in the annoying social media oh-god-that's-been-sooo-done way that you might have expected.

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Whose choir are you preaching to?

“Mr. Clean represents patriarchy from some disgusting bygone day.”

“In a horrible fat-shaming society like America, Kool-Aid’s mascot is body positive. And it’s about time.”

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Open Letter To Brands - about consumers (aka "Gamergate")

Over at The Week a their correspondent Ryan Cooper, who has written for Washington Monthly, The New Republic, and the Washington Post but as far as I know not worked in adverti

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Twitter powers activist journalists, if they can't find a story they'll make one.

Twitter brought on revolutions, they said, and I'm inclined to agree, but not in the way you think.

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In Defence of Digital

Going ‘undigital’ sucks. It leaves you disconnected from the people you love and from innovative services that – while may not revolutionise your life on a daily basis – make things consistently better, adding convenience and facilitating fun.

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"Nice ad you got. Be a shame if no one saw it."

Last month, after six months of hard work and multiple presentations with the client, and endless production and post-production nightmares, our "film," went live on youtube and racked up eight million views in a week. The following week added an extra million.

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Dove #SpeakBeautiful is the ugliest form of patronising femvertising

 

Gawker (et al) Are Not Your Friends

When was the last time Gawker media did anything nice for you?

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Gawker issues defense of trolling Coke, misses irony

In case you didn't hear, Gawker trapped Coca-Cola into tweeting phrases from Mein Kampf. to culture jam Coke's #makeithappy campaign. Because god forbid Twitter show any signs of happiness at this point.

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