Nice to know we’re not the only ones in the world with our priorities in order
Let’s all re-read the 14th Amendment to the Constitution and think about what is for which our courts have set precedent.
I’m not the only one who sees the problem with this…But let’s be fair, Wal-mart isn’t the only problem…
You wanna know why? This is why.
“I didn’t pay $XX,XXX for a degree to be making this….”
(Source: The Atlantic)
For the moment…I’m ok with this…
Lady Gaga is an icon. This cannot be denied. She has an incredible following. This too, cannot be disputed. And while many other larger-than-life entertainers have fan followings that are more dedicated to them than many of them are to themselves, I rarely, if ever, have seen the breed of fans that Gaga can claim. The video above is just one of many vows of allegiance to the Mother Monster.
What’s so interesting about it is that it seems to have no other purpose than to praise and/or worship Gaga and ultimately express some level of loyalty. While many fan videos for songs are composed of colored screens with lyrics scrolling across them, or some mishmash of publicity photos poorly chopped together, this video, well, I’ll say it took me a minute to realize it wasn’t Gaga.
Clearly, some time and effort was put into it. From the set to the choreography, and even the editing of the footage was impressive to say the least. It may not be the best video I’ve ever seen, but it’s light years beyond some of the videos I’ve witnessed from “up and coming” rappers who I’m sure had bigger budgets.
That all being said, enjoy the work of Lizalo Galama and the other Dutch men and women that helped her make this video.
When did this…become hotter than this?
I am grateful that I happened to run across this incredible performance this evening, and I am upset that I had not heard about it, or this series, earlier. I would encourage everyone to look into this talented actress and her works here.
Your grandmother told you and you didn’t believe her: Facebook is the root of all evil. Now we’ve let it get out of control, and it has put us on the brink of an international debt crisis. We should all send apologies to Greece. We didn’t listen and now they’re paying for it.
(Courtesy of Bloomberg Businessweek. See more here.)
While I may not support the over-usage of infographics, the content here is pretty funny. Especially if you start making characters in your mind that embody each of the people it discusses. It’s still interesting to me though that they don’t address planners at all. Apparently planning/strategy is still fighting for a seat at the proverbial table….I’m not upset about it though..only pointing out the obvious.
Check out more from the source Big Orange Slide.
The NYC Occupy Wall St. movement has developed a focused effort: an amendment to the US Constitution. We’ll see how this plays out. If nothing else, it could result in a shift of societal focus.
Years of education tell us that there’s only one correct answer and that without determining what it is, we have somehow failed. We are chastised for working with another to complete an assignment and accused of dishonesty and cheating. The problem is these models of education are fundamentally against the key tenets of society. There is no one correct answer, and collaboration of ideas typically spawns better results than work done alone.