Aliens encircle the world in these 12 striking posters for “Arrival”
Denis Villeneuve’s adaptation1 of Ted Chiang’s “Story Of Your Life” is sure to provide a unique spin on the alien invasion film and 12 new posters give you an idea of its scope. This is what has happened with American crime tv series in recent years. Focus shifted from action to communication.
More than a decade ago, the earliest era of blogging provided a set of separate but related technologies that helped the nascent form thrive. Today, most have faded away and been forgotten, but new incarnations of these features could still be valuable.
lost infrastructure As social networks grew in popularity and influence, the old decentralized blogosphere fell apart and those early services consolidated, leaving all the power in the hands of a few private companies. That’s left publishers and independent voices even more vulnerable to the control points of a few social networks and search engines.Read in full by Anil Dash
Beyond its DIY approach and aim for a more independent approach to producing music, passion and purpose of indie music is to produce music of a quality that is not universally compatible with mainstream audiences.
Music of mass destruction quality
Today a highly commercial product sells a riskier set of sophisticated high quality to the mainstream audience than indie music can claim. It’s a lesson of the strong individual capable of collaboration and market a sophisticated package to a more capable mainstream audience. Music of mass destruction quality.
Now that the more experimental, progressed music is accepted and consumed by a broader mainstream audience, do we still need underground or indie music?
World-class advertising made in Germany: In the third sequel of Ad Hell (#Werbehölle), celebrated German show masters Joko & Klaas are forced to fulfil the ad contract these two handsome, silly dudes signed as spokesperson duo for beverage brand Granini.
They are stuck in a vending machine and forgot to bring change.
On July 4, 1962, U.S. president John F. Kennedy declared “that the United States will be ready for a Declaration of Interdependence”.
Aart De Geus, chairman and CEO of the Bertelsmann Foundation and Frederick Kempe, president and CEO of the Atlantic Council have written a piece for the National Interest on how TTIP has the potential to fulfill Kennedy’s vision.Read in full by Aart De Geusand Frederick Kempe