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Jamie Parker
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Product Manager at Showtime Anytime. Screenwriter, game designer and purveyor of silliness.
Product Manager at Showtime Anytime. Screenwriter, game designer and purveyor of silliness.

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My new short film, HOW TO LOVE YOUR DEMON is available now. Check it out!

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Yesterday, the NYC Marathon came by my apartment in Brooklyn. Here are some of my favorite moments.
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2013 NYC Marathon
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Banksy's "Sirens of the Lambs" in NYC.

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That's some serious guerrilla filmmaking!

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Here's 15 minutes of some pretty awesome Elysium B-Roll.

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Wolverine - The (Puppet) Musical!

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“In 1980 Shanghai had no skyscrapers. It now has at least 4,000 — more than twice as many as New York.” – Rob Whitworth

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As a manager at a mobile software company, there's much that I find compelling about the idea of non-hierarchical workplaces. Especially creative industries. I am always a fan of environments that offer the most creative freedom and foster cross-discipline collaboration. More importantly, structures that allow everyone involved with the work to have a real sense of ownership in what's being created. But the skeptic in me still rears its head with what I know about human nature. I've worked in several environments that have experimented with these concepts and have yet to see it work well. Not that I think that means it doesn't or can't work. I just feel that these kind of cultural shifts will require leaders with a high degree of empathy, patience and an ability to understand how we interact with each other and individual personalities factor into the equation. As well as the right mix of people in the team who aren't afraid to experiment and admit when things aren't working. Ingredients that often don't mix well in our increasingly fast-paced work environments. Good article, though and worth the read.

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New track from Nine Inch Nails...
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