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US colleges are paying their presidents like CEOs and treating students like customers, using their tuition to foot the bill.
It’s a broken system.
» via guardian
Matt Cutts, back again with more in-depth commentary on Google’s policies regarding advertorials and native ads.
Robert Pattinson got wet tonight on Late Night. #LateNight
Beautiful storytelling work from Weber Shandwick digital+content teams. An-depth look at Central City, New Orleans for W.G. Kellogg Foundation [healingstories.org].
There is a thin line between clever and stupid.
My favorite six content ideas from #Cannes (so far). All moving in their own way.
http://bit.ly/pOIaED Back Seat Driver
http://bit.ly/L9PEcH I Have Already Died (ALS awareness)
http://bit.ly/KRYpAT Mont Blanc Beauty of a Second
http://bit.ly/MLzqRg Lego Builders of Sound
http://bit.ly/HO8q62 Samsung Insight Exhibition
http://bit.ly/wFsNaU Mercedes Invisible Car
newsweek: On contemplating the “afterlife of imagery”
Watch this if you have any interest in how your magazine cover sausage gets made, and what kind of thinking goes into the decision process of whether or not we run one cover variation over another.