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This poignant documentary about a mother losing her son takes unexpected turn thanks to Facebook

Documentary “In Memory ” looks at Facebook’s newfound role in grieving and supporting communities through loss. 72U is 72andSunny’s 12-week creative residency focused on personal and professional growth through collaboration and experimentation. Video courtesy of 72U Follow 72U: On Facebook and Twitter Follow BI Video:   On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »

Architect Takaharu Tezuka creates imaginative learning spaces

TEDxKyoto has emerged as one of the premiere TEDx events in the world. I've attended every one of the Kyoto events (and spoken at two), and I am blown away by the outstanding job they have done. Superbly organized, professional,...

J.P. Morgan's Former Carriage House Now Has a Kitchen That Turns Into an Indoor Pool

19th century financier J.P. Morgan was a pretty forward-thinking guy in the sense that he leveraged his massive investments to consolidate businesses, create monopolies, and dominate the railroad and steel industries, but he'd still probably pass out if he...

From Human Remains to Human Resources to....Human Resonance

I was chatting on-line to a friend of mine a few days ago about a keynote I was to give on "why facts don't change people". He picked up on a particular biographical part of my talk in which I summarised my career as having moved from "human remains to human resources" i.e. Show More Summary

Electrolux Creates Fantastical Bond Between Moms and Kids

Mother’s Day doesn’t hit until May 10, but it’s never too early honor Moms. Brazilian agency F/Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi is getting ahead of the marketing rush with a tender short film for household appliance maker Electrolux. With “Fantasy...Show More Summary

Miscellaneous and Fast

Tanmay Vora: Lessons from 9 years of blogging. Esquire on the best summer movies. Wally Bock: A baker's dozen of things to master. Anderson Layman's Blog is doing the pop corn dance. Seth Godin: The crowd disappoints. Eclecticity Light offers one cute hedgehog. Show More Summary

Translation Is Very Much Aroused

We’re not quite sure what to make of this entry into the Erotic Psychedelia genre courtesy of Steve Stoute’s Translation. Something is happening today, and it should be very arousing. The video is restricted at the moment, so you’llShow More Summary

Friday Morning Stir

-GPY&R Australia launched a new spot for Revlon called “Noir” (video above). -AdAge asks, “Is Facebook Becoming the Apple of Digital Ad Sales?” -Interpublic Group announced a $1.8 million net loss for the first quarter of 2015. -“Dear...Show More Summary

Adform seeks to clear the ad-tech jungle with an all-in-one system for publishers

Exclusive: The new offering integrates a publisher-side ad server, a supply-side platform, a data management platform, handles all kinds of ad formats, and can execute direct ad sales after deals are made by humans.

Mitt Romney says Clinton Foundation's link to uranium deal 'looks like bribery'

Mitt Romney held nothing back when he was asked about a recent wave of allegations that hit Hillary Clinton's family foundation on Thursday. In an interview on the Hugh Hewitt Show, Romney said one of reports about the Clinton family's...Show More Summary

Insurance companies ready to use drones to evaluate claims

Guest: One of the world’s largest industries has been positioning itself for years to take advantage of robotic flight: insurance.

How To Put On a Show, From Comedian, Podcast King, and TV Host Paul F. Tompkins

As his CNN-with-puppets show, No You Shut Up, closes out its season, comedian Paul F. Tompkins talks about being an all-around entertainer. Paul F. Tompkins is rarely at a loss for words. The loquacious comic's livelihood depends upon his ability to riff, recite, and retort—often while in character, and without the safety net of a script. Show More Summary

Why We Need Terrible Female Engineers

Think of a woman in the tech industry you admire. Describe her. If you're thinking of someone particularly memorable, you might say, "She's amazing! She's an awesome software engineer, always has interesting things to say, and is really...Show More Summary

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