Couple of our creatives have entered the 48 hour ad contest for Cannes Young Lions. Take a view at their effort below, if you like it, give it a star rating – and you could help send them on their way to Cannes. The more hits the video gets the more chance they have of winning, so if you think it’s a great entry, for a great cause – twitter the youtube link, blog it, stick it on facebook, email it to your mates, tattoo it to your forehead, or graffiti a nearby billboard with the link.
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.
- From a marketers perspective Rubio is most sellable candidate #GOPDebate. From personal political viewpoint hope he doesn't win nomination. 1 month ago
- RT @nrossreyes: Great concluding panel @videoadnews #NVF15 w/@mattprohaska @keithgrossman @riksta. Love inclusion of creative to bring back… 2 months ago
- @CraigElimeliah - hope new gig going well. DM me & we'll catch up soon. Thought you might like this post I wrote: bit.ly/1JtsXI1 3 months ago
- "Are you ready for the digital crash?" --- bit.ly/1JtsXI1 3 months ago
- RT @LinkedInB2B: 9 thought leaders share their perspective on "creative effectiveness" @totoellis @jdaykin @riksta #ConnectinCannes http://… 6 months ago
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- USB-C just took a big step toward becoming the port of the futureThe dream of a one-cable future is looking a little more real now that newer, better USB Type-C ports are here. You may remember USB-C — the small, reversible USB port that wants to replace all your connections (charging, display, data, etc.) — from Apple's ultra-thin MacBook and Google's Chromebook Pixel 2. USB-C was recently upgraded to also incl […]
- 2 Jewish teens convicted for killing Palestinian boy in 2014A Jerusalem court convicted two Israeli teenagers on Monday in the grisly killing of a 16-year-old Palestinian boy, whose slaying was part of a chain of events that led to last year's Gaza war. The court delayed the verdict for the third and chief suspect in the case due to a last-minute insanity plea, sparking claims that Israel is too lenient with Jew […]
- How giraffes got their unusually long necksFor years, there has been scant fossil evidence showing how the giraffe evolved to have such an admirably long neck. But now, the remains of a 7-million-year-old creature with a shorter neck provides proof that the giraffe's iconic feature evolved in stages, lengthening over time, a new study finds. The researchers are calling the remains of this ancien […]
- USB-C just took a big step toward becoming the port of the future
- Researchers create magic sponge to clean up oil spillsResearchers at Australia's Deakin University claim to have developed a new material that's capable of cleaning up large oil spills in a flash. A team, led by Professor Ying Chen, has created a new method that uses boron nitride powder as the building...
- VTech's data breach affected five million customersKiddie toymaker VTech tried to downplay the extent of last week's data breach, which affected its "Learning Lodge" app store, but now it's revealed that five million customer accounts were compromised. Vtech says it's alerted Learning Lodge customers...
- UN says dating apps helped foster a teen HIV epidemicDating apps certainly have their virtues, but a new UN study suggests that they could sometimes play a big role in spreading sexually transmitted diseases. The report finds that dating apps helped spread an HIV epidemic among teens in the Asia-Pacifi...
- Researchers create magic sponge to clean up oil spills