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Jaime Solis
Works at Spring House Media
Attended California State University, San Marcos
Lived in Wilmington, DE
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An inspiring 20min here---> The Future of Learning, Networked Society via Videry: http://www.videry.me/videopage2.php?id=13
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We're LIVE right now at #hivio  talking with Tom Conrad from Pandora!
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Hi Ronnie!

Quick question- what' the best way to create a branded intro screen graphic announcing the "HOA is About to Start" displayed beforehand to introduce the Hangout? Thank you for any help here!
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+Trevor Beck +Ronnie Bincer Thank you so much for all the guidance! We're looking forward to a great HOA and your help was invaluable! --> http://bit.ly/13DTmPW 
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Chase it dammit!
 
I love this! Good ideas are worth chasing. Check out the full comic: http://on.mash.to/12F5zI6
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Singing my song...
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On Digital Innovation, Will #Radio Listen? http://buff.ly/1ayvt37  An inside look at #hivio via @newscheckmedia[Thanks guys!]
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Love this- a beer glass that only stands up if you set it on your phone! 
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Inspiring...
 
I love David Foster Wallace's 2005 commencement speech at Kenyon College.

It is incredible. I listen to it a couple times a year, it is that incredible. Full of insightful stories about people, lives, challenges and beliefs.

This is the dedactic parable he starts with: "There are these two young fish swimming along and they happen to meet an older fish swimming the other way, who nods at them and says "Morning, boys. How's the water?" And the two young fish swim on for a bit, and then eventually one of them looks over at the other and goes "What the hell is water?” 

That's in the first minute. If you've never heard it, consider setting aside 20 mins. I promise there is a ton here that will make you think - in a good way.

PS: There is a "remix" excerpted version of this speech with modern images.  I find it distracting. I prefer this one, a blank video. It makes me focus on the message.
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Amazing!
 
I'm sure you've seen other variations of this simple visualization. Still, it never seems to get old. This version represents a lot of individual data points in an amazingly simple manner.

From the slightly shocking, checkout how many people speak English, to the delightful, 83 would be able to read and write, to the mind blowing, 15 would be undernourished and 21 would be overweight (!). 

I would have love to have this as a "sliceable" dataset. For example it would be interesting to hover your mouse over the overweight and see what countries they are from, what age group, what language they speak. Or hover your mouse over Bengali speakers and see the rest of the data. 

Jack's website has his other work, well worth checking out: http://www.jackhagley.com/

#dataviz   #humanity   
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Love this from +Mitch Joel 
 
A great read from +Mitch Joel that everyone should read.
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  • Spring House Media
    Founder, 2010 - present
    Spring House is a digital marketing agency specializing in developing strategy, campaigns and platforms to help brands connect with the modern consumer. It’s more important than ever to engage people in smart, meaningful ways and to communicate not just through the newest digital channels, but through the right ones. Spring House can help.
  • Slacker
    Director, Content Initiatives, 2013 - present
    Working to help the Slacker content team keep the trains on time. Participating in the development of content-driven programs and managing the day-to-day relationships that drive them—including record labels, artist managers, other external strategic partners, as well as internal engineering and sales teams. With a deep knowledge of digital content promotion and an active role in back-end oversight, focused on the timely execution of content initiatives across all Slacker platforms.
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Wilmington, DE - San Diego, CA - Austin, TX
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I help blend media for a variety of brands & biz. Husband. Dad. Bookworm. Lover of Creativity, Music & Art.
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Jaime Solis is the Director of Content Initiatives at Slacker, Inc., The Most Complete Music Service on Earth. 

He is also the founder of Spring House; an independent digital marketing agency, and co-founder of #hivio - the audio future festival - www.hivio.com

Mr. Solis has been working with media companies since the early 2000’s and prior to joining Slacker served as product manager with LDR Interactive; a global leader in interactive broadcast technology.

With a focus on combining radio and digital to create new value, Jaime has been privileged to work alongside dynamic media brands including Clear Channel, Google, Virgin Radio, Pandora, Astral Media, ABC, Cox Media and CBS.

As an active media and marketing evangelist, Jaime’s work allows him to continue helping brands build deeper connections with their audience and tell their story in a variety of channels. 

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  • California State University, San Marcos
    Mass Media Communications, 2004
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