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The rambling thoughts of a madman

Warner Bros. teamed up with ITV1 to promote its upcoming film “The Lego Movie” by recreating an ad break in Lego.

Not too sure about the movie but it’s a lovely way to promote it. Great to see all the advertisers collaborating as well.

The ad break was created for ITV with Warner. Bros’ media agency PHD.

tedx:

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At TEDxDelft in The Netherlands, Dr. John Cohn — Chief Scientist of Design Automation at IBM and the force behind 60 patents issued or pending in the field of design automationgave a rousing talk on why we need to be more playful — in and outside of work and school.

Watch it yourself for a dose of inspiration, and make sure to look out for the smoking pickle (no, really) at 5:22.

(But don’t forget to always seek out adult supervision and be super careful when carrying out experiments. Stay safe and have fun!)

See a Most Excellent Guinness Ad That Will Be Pulled Off YouTube at Midnight because Guinness aren’t an official sponsor.  Stars U.S. biathletes the Barnes twins.http://bcove.me/cfox94jx

Determined not to just write just another book on creativity, Stanford professor Tina Seelig painstakingly researched what makes good ideas spring forward.
The result is her “innovation engine,” a special mix of six characteristics like attitude, resources and environment.

Interactive, Color-Changing Moto X Ad in the Print Edition of ‘Wired’.

Cool, just a shame all the thinking went into the innovation and none into the actual ad.

True.
tedx:


"People don’t buy what you do; they buy why you do it."- Simon Sinek, TEDxPugetSound

What sets great leaders and companies apart? In his talk at TEDxPugetSound, leadership expert and author, Simon Sinek, explains his theory about why we clamor for the latest iPhone or flock to the National Mall for MLK’s “I Have a Dream” speech.  
Watch the full talk here: 

True.

tedx:

"People don’t buy what you do; they buy why you do it."
- Simon Sinek, TEDxPugetSound

What sets great leaders and companies apart? In his talk at TEDxPugetSound, leadership expert and author, Simon Sinek, explains his theory about why we clamor for the latest iPhone or flock to the National Mall for MLK’s “I Have a Dream” speech.  

Watch the full talk here: