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The Stories Behind 4 Of The Most Iconic Ad Campaigns Of All Time

Every once in a while something so creative and unexplainable emerges that it becomes seared into our culture, and nowhere is that seen more than in the experimentation of advertising. These are the stories behind some of the most recognizable marketing successes of the past century. 1. Apple’s “Too Hot To Refrigerate” Campaign In 1997…

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VOTE: Kmart Will Now Call ‘Plus-Sized’ Clothing ‘Fabulously-Sized’ Thoughts??

Kmart is getting in the body positivity conversation! In a new move by the company, the department store will be changing the language it uses to refer to “plus-size,” and will be adding sizes to make it even more inclusive. Related: Kellyanne Conway Actually Had Nice Things To Say About Hillary Clinton Kelly Cook, Kmart’s…

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How to kill your marketing and profit from its demise

Times Square at dusk Image: Getty Images The authors of “Killing Marketing” say if you don’t evolve, you’ll die “Marketing and innovation produce results,” wrote Peter Drucker, “all the rest are costs.” Sadly, in a world where over half of all digital advertising—an industry expected to hit $75.6 billion by the close of 2017—won’t be…

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Navy T-45 jet believed to have crashed in Tennessee with 2 on board

The U.S. Navy said a T-45 jet is believed to have crashed near Tellico Plains, Tennessee.  (AP, File) The U.S. Navy said it was investigating reports of a military jet that crashed near Tellico Plains, Tennessee, on Sunday evening, as it appeared unlikely that the crew survived. The Navy told reporters a T-45 jet was missing…

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Forget Meditating, Just Go For A Swim

Ryan Holiday Instagram There is one quiet place left on this earth. One quiet place where there are no phones, no news tickers, no instant messages or even music. It’s the one place where you can have not just quiet but utter silence and meditative calm, even if those things don’t come to you naturally.…

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Call of the wild: can Americas national parks survive? | Lucy Rock

Americas national parks are facing multiple threats, despite being central to the frontier nations sense of itself, says Lucy Rock Autumn in the North Cascades National Park and soggy clouds cling to the peaks of the mountains that inspired the musings of Beat poets such as Jack Kerouac and Alan Ginsberg 60 years ago. Sitting…

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Terrifying Fire Tornado At Whiskey Factory Caught On Camera

This incredible video shows footage of a devastating fire tornado that started at a Jim Beam whiskey factory after it was struck by lightning during a storm. This caused up to 800,000 gallons (3 million liters) of whiskey to flow into the lake and ignite, leading to the fearsome phenomenon seen in the video. Luckily…

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10 Common Misconceptions About Atheism

10 Common Misconceptions About Atheism Atheism is a lack of belief in a god or gods. Because atheism can be construed as antithetical to religion, numerous misconceptions have risen about atheists that simply aren’t factual. Here are ten examples of the most common misconceptions people have about atheists and atheism as a whole. 10 Atheism…

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Adventure Time: Jake and Finn Investigations launches today

Solve crimes and kick butt with Jake the dog and Finn the human! What time is it? Adventure Time! The show’s latest game, Adventure Time: Finn & Jake Investigations launched today, alongside a preview gameplay trailer to get the fans’ blood pumping. The game follows Jake the dog and Finn the human as they discover…

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WATCH: The pop culture president

As we near the end of President Obama’s term let’s take a look at what made him a pop culture icon. Source http://www.salon.com/

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