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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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- NASA just released thousands of high-res Apollo mission photosNASA has just posted thousands of photos taken by Apollo astronauts during their visits to the moon. The space research agency's Project Apollo Archive made a massive update its Flickr account Sunday, adding a trove of more than 8,000 photos taken during Moon missions from 1969 to 1972. See also: 7 Vintage Moon Mission Images for Apollo 11 Anniversary T […]
- Historic flooding has caskets floating to the surface in South CarolinaAs South Carolina deals with deadly, 1,000-year flooding caused by Hurricane Joaquin this weekend, a strange, grim effect of the deluge is being felt throughout the area: coffins are surfacing and floating in the floodwaters See also: Unprecedented rains lead to disastrous flooding in South Carolina Photos of the strange phenomenon were posted to social medi […]
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- Panoz unveils a concept version of its arrow-shaped road carPanoz's years-long vision of an arrow-shaped road car is finally coalescing into something tangible. The automaker has unveiled a real-world concept version of the car, the DeltaWing GT, that shows that the idea isn't far-fetched. Despite Panoz's...
- Fizzy microparticles may save lives on the battlefieldBattlefield medics and paramedics rely on chemical-infused bandages to help stem blood loss and treat wounds. However, the blood itself is frequently their worst enemy -- it takes those chemicals away from where they're needed. Those first responde...
- Instagram blames Apple for strict anti-nudity stanceThere's a reason why the #freethenipple campaign blew up on Instagram: the photo-sharing website is typically quick to pull down posts showing women's nipples, even if there's nothing pornographic about the photos. Why? Well, according to Business...
- Panoz unveils a concept version of its arrow-shaped road car