Social Media and the death of formal communication

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Social Media and the death of formal communication via @CopyDimitri from Dimitri Lambermont

Social Media and the death of formal communication. There is a growing gap between formal and informal communication. As Social Media is showing us how easy it can be to have an informal conversation online in a human tone of voice, organizations are slow to catch up and still use formal communication to reach out. How long can this last? Interesting thoughts by @CopyDimitri

“MORE WALKING (AND TALKING) DEAD: A Bad Lip Reading of The Walking Dead Season 4

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from Bad Lip Reading

People Who…

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People Who… from FaceHeads on Vimeo.

A comedic exploration of human hypocrisy at it’s core. How many times have we all met these characters?! Created by FaceHeads

it’s a jungle out there

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via pinterest

SHONDA RHIMES: A screenwriter’s advice

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by zenpencils


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DOOMSAYERS from Golden Wolf on Vimeo.

If you are into skateboarding you are going to love this little animation done by Golden Wolf for DOOMSAYERS


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Crazy good vibes by bennettthecat! Via @yvynyl

How I am feeling

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via thisisnthappiness

Lesley the Pony Has an A+ Day!

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Lesley the Pony Has an A+ Day! from Christian Larrave on Vimeo.

A funny little animation by Christian Larrave ! Lesley the Pony goes on a fun-filled adventure through the town of Merryville while making lasting memories with his friend, The Duke.

It’s alive. It’s alive… It’s alive, it’s moving, it’s alive, it’s alive, it’s alive, it’s alive, IT’S ALIVE!

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I’m so making one! Via Steve Niles

Psychology of Colors

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The work of Christian Stoll, inspired by Eva Heller´s book ” Wie Farben wirken“,which examines the psychological effects and symbolisms of colors.

meanwhile @ work

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via dreams-are-my-reality-92

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