Weekly Feeder: July 28, 2014

Why businesses should pay attention to extreme consumers; a chance to see your words on a bottle of Beam; music licensing and YouTube publishers; bringing Harry Potter’s Diagon Alley from film to Florida; and a solar superstorm’s near-miss. (Whew!) ★  Read More »

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Weekly Feeder: July 21, 2014

An awesome virtual-reality promotion featuring “Doraemon”; required reading about how marketers use your data; the CIA’s writing stylebook; an interview with the author whose work inspired Edge of Tomorrow; Game of Thrones-style state flags; and the music video for the new Sailor Moon theme song. ★

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Weekly Feeder: July 16, 2014

Removing some of the mystery behind U.S. movie ratings; the best promotional hashtag of San Diego Comic-Con may have already made its debut; the inventor of Gatorade is honored; Lego’s new women scientist minifigs; the problem with vanity sizes; and adorably funny trailers for Big Hero 6. ★  Read More »

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Schedule Update: July 14, 2014

Aligator Pop UpdateDue to some offline adventures and unanticipated logistical issues, this week’s Weekly Feeder column will likely be posted on either Wednesday (or Tuesday if I can swing it). Sorry for the delay! ★

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Weekly Feeder: July 7, 2014

Beer can art, a new Gone Girl trailer, and three great interviews – with Lucky magazine founder Kim France, manga artist-writer Moyoco Anno, and Edge of Tomorrow co-screenwriter Christopher McQuarrie. ★  Read More »

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