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Rik Haslam: Group Creative Architect
Some musings (from me and my colleagues at RAPP) about interesting interactive work and the innovations that are reshaping the way creative agencies operate.
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- Mom and dad politely resign from parenting on son's 20th birthdayTwenty is an important birthday. It's the year you leave your teens, the year you start to feel a bit more like a real adult. For Japanese 20-year-old Yuma Hasegawa, it was also the day his parents politely quit their parental obligations. Hasegawa opened an ornate envelope from mom and dad during his birthday celebration, assuming it was a gift. And it […]
- City to pay $6.5M settlement to family of Walter Scott for shooting deathIn a unanimous 10-0 vote, the North Charleston city council approved to pay a $6.5 million settlement to the family of Walter Scott, an unarmed black man shot to death earlier this year by a white city police officer See also: Walter Scott loved dancing, dominoes and the Dallas Cowboys “It’s historic. It sets a good precedent for a city not tolerating this s […]
- Facebook finally launches Messenger on the Apple Watch
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- The Liberty Trike is a 21st century RascalTired of being shuttled about like a sack of potatoes by your current electric getaround? Want to at least pretend that you're getting a workout while scooting to the supermarket? Then you're going to want to take a magic tricycle ride aboard the Lib...
- MakerBot lays off another twenty percent of its workersIn April MakerBot laid off 20 percent of its workforce. Roughly six months later, its doing it again, trimming another fifth of its payroll as it struggles to meet lofty ambitions and expectations set by its parent company Stratasys. In a blog post...
- GLAAD updates Spirit Day app for 2015's anti-bullying event