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Peter Holmes
Attended Stephen Leacock Collegiate, York University
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Re-thinking How We Reach Great Creative Today

+David Armano  So concisely shares how marketing teams have changed and the concept of the 'Social Engineer'.

Awesome post &  graphic.   The Creative Team of Tomorrow, Today http://bit.ly/18MRVTl    H/T +Paul Biedermann for a fab share ;)
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Funny.
 
Ich lachte sehr :D
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This must stop.
 
A fortune in severed bear paws found being smuggled into China

Read more: http://nbcnews.to/1bRIFwa
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What ever Google or Apple does, a whole category goes out of business.
 
Google launches new music streaming service

+CNET:  Google announced it has launched a new music streaming service, Google Play Music All Access.

At Google’s I/O conference, engineering director Chris Yerga said All Access will cost $9.99 a month, and users get a 30-day free trial. It launches today in the U.S., with additional countries coming soon.

The move puts Google in direct competition with music streaming companies like Pandora and Spotify, and also potentially with Apple.

Read more: http://news.cnet.com/8301-1023_3-57584502-93/google-beats-apple-to-it-with-streaming-music-service/

Follow live video, updates from the Google I/O conference: http://www.breakingnews.com/topic/google-io-2013

Photo credit: Google via NBC News, http://nbcnews.to/13lNtFw 
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Refueling the refueler over the Grand Canyon
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Rene Decartes was a philosophical vandal and psychological terrorist who created a communicable mental disorder known as reductive materialism. To this day it subverts man's objectivity, ability to dream, and think. This is his anti-theme song. http://snd.sc/WBxGTs
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#thebeatles   #beatles   #music   #cool   #funny   #funnygifs  
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Must get stuffy in the helmets.
 
Mixmag exclusive! Daft Punk react to the 'Random Access Memories' haters. Click here to read the full story on our free app, Mixmag Global: http://onelink.to/24qybg
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And before big content comes a big idea, hopefully?
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Followed by the 100 mph wheelchair.
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I'm hoping for an open season on wolf hunters.
 
Sadly I watched a lot of programs on the Lamar Pack

You think this would make a good wall hanging?

A world-famous wolf that had been seen by as many as a million visitors to Yellowstone National Park has been killed after she strayed outside the park's protected boundaries, the New York Times reports. She was shot on Dec. 6 in Wyoming, where wolf hunting recently became legal.
 
Known as 832F, the female alpha wolf was a member of the Lamar Canyon pack. She had been called "a rock star" and "the most famous wolf in the world."
 
Scientists who have been tracking the Lamar Canyon pack for years know that pack members rarely leave the confines of the park. 832F, like many wolves in the park, carried a $4,000 GPS radio collar that helps scientists understand the wolves' movements, habitat usage habits and hunting patterns. Over the past few months, eight wolves bearing radio collars have been killed in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. 832F's radio collar has already been returned to park officials.

Until this year, gray wolves were protected under the Endangered Species Act. Those protections were lifted in the northern Rockies after many years of lawsuits by conservation groups, who were trying to keep the animals on the endangered species list. Wyoming must maintain a population of 150 or more wolves; as long as the count remains above that number, hunting may continue. A new wave of lawsuits seeks to once again reverse this policy.

Pic: A wolf from the Lamar Valley pack. (Photo: Rwarrin/Flickr)

Full Article Link: http://www.mnn.com/earth-matters/animals/stories/most-famous-wolf-in-the-world-killed-outside-yellowstone
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Does that mean, you want the woolves to be killed? Sorry, I think my English is not too bad but sometimes I still need an explanation.
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Ideas and making them into reality.
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An established history of finding unique insights and ideas that elevate a brand's reputation, integrity and fame. And as a result, profit. Brand story development and persuasive telling across all media.
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Creative Direction + Business Insights + Serial Entrepreneur + Musician/Songwriter + Traveler + History Buff + Father + Dog Owner = Me, more or less.
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Peter's jazz album, The Jericho Notes, was ranked 6th best release (2004) in the U.S. publication, Jazz Week Magazine. Just ahead of Alice Coltrane and Al Jarreau. A song Peter wrote titled '2Scoops', distributed by Universal Music and played on top 40 radio across Canada - won a Hollywood Music In Media Award - beating out Michelle Branch. Peter's work was Curator hand-selected for the inaugural and permanent advertising collection of The Royal Ontario Museum and The Canadian Graphic Design History Project. Apologies for speaking in the 3rd person. Though, first person would have been even more odd.
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