What was the inspiration behind the dragon in the United States Marine Corps 1990s recruiting campaign? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Answer...Show More Summary
At the end of a Donald Trump rally in Portsmouth, NH on October 15, 2016, I was surprised to see dozens of his supports angrily confronting members of the media covering the event. How did it come to this? For months, Trump used theShow More Summary
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"Miranda thinks she's incredible," said Colleen Ballinger, the creator of Miranda Sings. "She takes pride in her singing, dancing, acting, modeling... all of which she's not good at!" Nine years ago, when YouTube was essentially still a toddler, the character of Miranda Sings was born. Show More Summary
'We published newsworthy information about a subject of deep public concern.'
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The cocktail party happened two days before Clinton announced her run for the White House.
In an early episode of Star Trek, Captain Kirk talks into a computer, asking for background information on another character. The scene by far outdates modern artificial intelligence assistants like Apple's Siri, Amazon's Alexa or Google's Assistant. Show More Summary
Two years ago, Metallica made the Guinness Book of World Records by playing concerts on all seven continents—yes, including Antarctica—in a single year. The legendary metal band had already been on the road for over three decades, which...Show More Summary
What's one huge lesson Sarah Barnett, president of BBC America, has learned from events like Comic-Con? "Be superfans of your fans!" That's the approach BBC America brought to this year's New York Comic-Con, where it took over Madison...Show More Summary
Cross-posted with TomDispatch.com This is not about Donald Trump. And I mean it. From the moment the first scribe etched a paean of praise to Nebuchadnezzar into a stone tablet, it’s reasonable to conclude that never in history has the media covered a single human being as it has Donald Trump. Show More Summary
The Google search bar is evolving yet again. You might say it's growing up. Or maybe it's growing out. A new spot for Pixel, Google's first self-branded smartphone, puts the iconic white strip front and center to show the search-engine-now-hardware company is moving closer than ever before to compete head-on with other smartphone powerhouses. Show More Summary
As the cover subject for Adweek's Young Influentials issue this week, Donald Glover talked about his hit new FX comedy Atlanta, which he created and stars in. But Glover had far more to say about the process and Atlanta's future (FX has already picked it up for Season 2). Show More Summary
Tonight's Kaine-Pence debate will have to top 70 million viewers to be the most-watched ever.
You know your dishwasher has been leaking for weeks now or maybe that the spin cycle on your dryer isn't quite drying your clothes as well as it used to. You've noticed the decline of your appliances, but you're trying to hold onto your fleeting moments with your 14-year-old dishwasher. Show More Summary
REI's #OptOutside campaign, urging consumers to disengage from consumerism on Black Friday and go enjoy the outdoors, added to its awards haul on Wednesday night, picking up two Grand Clios—in Engagement/Experiential and Public Relations—at...Show More Summary
What does Starburst's "Bus Station" commercial with the Little Lad have in common with the famous Wheat Thins Family Guy spot? Lots and lots of mentions of the product name—a gag that Lisa Topol used in crafting the latter spot whenShow More Summary
Tonight marked the first D&AD Impact Awards, a global awards show held at New York's PlayStation Theater and hosted by Baratunde Thurston. D&AD presented its Pencil awards to projects that not only benefit society, but also contribute...Show More Summary
During Facebook Live chat, Olbermann recalled his experience at Soldier Field in 2007.
David Beckham is a surprisingly perfect straight man for Kevin Hart in a new short film from H&M. The five-minute effort, which serves as an ad for H&M's new modern essentials collection, is a follow up to last year's campaign whereShow More Summary