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Rolex Awards for Enterprise/ Guardian - Where I Went Right (2015) (UK)

When I was a teenager I had no real idea what I wanted to do. Later on in life, I thought I wanted to be a fiction writer. And now, at almost thirty - well, I'm closer than ever to finding that right fit as an advertising creative. But thinking back to those fearful days when the future seemed open, bright and limitless and yet at the same time labyrinthine and confusing - these uplifting videos would have certainly had a positive effect.

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Verizon just dropped the mic on the FCC. In Morse Code

In case you didn't hear, the FCC voted in favor today of enforcing "net neutrality," by regulating the internet the same way as the telephone, and wanting to ban business practices it decries as being "unjust or unreasonable," which is very vague and open to interpretation and will totally work. Har har har.

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Bordinski gets woozy for new song "Us"

Check out some hallucinations in this woozy surreal track by Bordinski, ft Bloody Jay. Featuring a parade of ladies, puppies all dressed up like tigers, older ladies playing mahjong and then an extended moment in a hot tub with a uh... peace pipe.

Been there, bro. Just drink some water and then order yourself a fried egg and bacon sandwich.

Director: Jérémie Rozan
Production Company: Iconoclast
EP: Edmond Tao
Producer: Elias Belkeddar
DP: Alexis Zabe

Post Production: Nightshift
Editors: Walter Mauriot, Marie Charlotte Moreau

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Samsung is sending out love for Valentine's Day

With the help of artists like Kid Acne, Hide Your Toys, Jethro Haynes, Walter Newton, Celyn and Yuko Kondo, you can send your sweety a personalized note thanks to Samsung. Just email them at SamsungLoveNotes@gmail.com with your message, and it might be randomly chosen to be worthy of an illustration. Samsung will also be sending love notes to "friends of Samsung" celebrities on twitter. That one, by the way, is for Lily Allen.

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MNSTR brings Lacoste to life

Centering around the brand theme "elegance is victory," Paris-based digital agency MNSTR created a special collector’s book called “A History of Tennis and Elegance.” Co-authored by Adrien Bosc, Editor of Desports magazine, the book comes to life with the help of your mobile phone. In addition they are also telling the story via Instagram, with the help of photographer Sam Hofman and Set Designer Andrew Stellitano. Check out this Instagram loop, directed by Romain Laurent. It was shot in L.A. at the James Goldstein House.

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Do you know the Way To Go?

This is a fun way to use up a Saturday morning. Way To Go is an immersive experience created by Vincent Morisset. It was produced by his studio AATOAA in collaboration with both the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) and France Télévisions.

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Game website asks you to shoot their site down

Fun bit of distraction here. GAME is building a new website. They're asking for help in shooting down the old one. The premise is simple. Choose your ship and start shootin' till it's all gone. And when it is you'll know when the new site will be up.

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Poetweet promotes creative courses

b_arco, is a place for research, discussion, creation and exchange of art and culture in São Paulo. It's eight years strong hub of creative activity.

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Longhorn Steakhouse grills the first Winter Wonder Steak

While the hipsters at my agency all have the youtube yule logs on in the background, Longhorn and Rokkan have done them one better by launching the world's first Yule Steak. Could you imagine really keeping a steak on that long? Yikes. It'd be charcoal by the time it was done. Either way sit back and get into the holiday spirit with the link below. Strangely enough I'm now hungry. Gotta go to lunch.

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Jews make everything funnier. Even youtube.

To promote Jerusalem-based non-profit Comedy For Change Tel-Aviv-based digital agency Hooligans, created Go Hora! It basically takes music videos on Youtube and mixes it with random Jews doing traditional dances. Surprisingly, the beats of songs like Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda" sync up to the other dances.
It's kind of like Dark Side Of The Moon syncing up to The Wizard of Oz, except there are no munchkins and its more Jewish.

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