A Danish model has been stealing work from professional photographers for years, and finally, someone is doing something about it. In an effort to bring this stock image God to justice, Camera Clara Photography sets out to find “the world’s most downloaded man.”
Speaking of stock imagery, we came across this collection from Mashable
featuring 15 of the most awkward
stills that anyone who browses stock photo galleries on a regular basis—like me—would kill to stumble upon.
Also killing is “Good Morning America,” at least according to Nielsen. “GMA” beat “Today” in the morning show ratings for the first time in 16 years
. I suppose the draw from Katie Couric’s appearance was just a wee bit tardy. Sorry, Sarah
Meanwhile, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s talk show will soon see its day. The program, titled “The World Tomorrow,” makes its small screen debut
Burson-Marsteller has a debut of its own. Based on Klout analysis, the PR firm released its list of the top U.S political influencers on Twitter
. President Obama and probable GOP contender Mitt Romney both made the cut.
Noticeably absent from the list was Romney’s “competition” Newt Gingrich, although we’d liked to believe this penguin
has a better shot of waddling onto the charts after nipping at the Republican presidential candidate during a tour of the St. Louis Zoo last week.
Nipping—that’s a good verb, but is it a “make-or-break” one? In the third part of a writing lessons series by author Constance Hale, The New York Times explores
what constitutes the difference between static and dynamic verbs.
As for the difference between straddling the thin line of comedy and poor taste— rather than completely crossing over it—why not ask Sarah Silverman. The edgy funny-lady took a jab at the “War on Women,” posting before-and-after photos
with claims of having aborted a burrito. What do you think: Over the line or on point?
He’s neither a burrito nor a baby, though at 20-years-old, Hong Kong native and student Jonathan Mak Long is a fresh-faced rookie compared to most industry professionals. And now Mak Long—who designed the now iconic silhouette
of the late Steve Jobs that went viral after his passing—is getting a shot at the big time.
The youngster was assigned a project for Coke
by Ogilvy China.
Back in the States, Coca-Cola and the Chicago Bears’ have broken up, after the NFL franchise terminate the pair’s longtime relationship at Soldier Field. The team signed a new, seven-year exclusive sponsorship deal with Dr Pepper Snapple Group
worth a reported $3 million annually.