Instagram Pics Make Bob Dylan Lyric Video Come Alive

Instagram Pics Make Bob Dylan Lyric Video Come Alive

Many musicians have mimicked the 1967 music video “Subterranean Homesick Blues,” in which Bob Dylan holds cue cards emblazoned with his song’s lyrics. To pay homage to the memorable video, Sony Music Canada asked Instagram users to snap their favorite lyrics from Dylan’s new song “Duquesne Whistle.” The #DylanLyricPhotos campaign spawned the above lyric video,…

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5 Characteristics to Look for When Hiring Talent

5 Characteristics to Look for When Hiring Talent

Sajjad Masud is the Co-Founder and CEO of Simplicant, a cloud-based social recruiting platform transforming talent acquisition and making enterprise-level recruiting technology accessible to companies of all sizes. Connect with Sajjad and the Simplicant team on Twitter and Facebook. Best-in-class companies realize that making ongoing investments in grooming their workforce is important. However, starting off…

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How Big Brands Can Emulate Facebook’s Promoted Posts

How Big Brands Can Emulate Facebook's Promoted Posts

Dan Wilkerson is a social media project manager at LunaMetrics, a Google Analytics certified partner that also specializes in social media, search engine optimization, and PPC. You can follow him @notdanwilkerson or @LunaMetrics. In May, Facebook announced it would be rolling out its new Promoted Post feature. For those who aren’t familiar, Promoted Posts let…

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10 Reasons Robin Williams Changed The Way We See The World

10 Reasons Robin Williams Changed The Way We See The World

Robin Williams’ contributions to television and comedy are unparalleled, but more than that, he also put the spotlight on a number of things that otherwise might have been overlooked and gave countless people a new perspective on the world around them. The number of lives he changed in big ways and small is overwhelming, and…

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The Republican Party Used To Defend NSA Spying

The Republican Party Used To Defend NSA Spying

In a surprising turnaround, the Republican National Committee passed a resolution at their winter meeting on Friday that renounced the “unconstitutional” spying of the National Security Agency. Here’s a PDF of the full resolution: View this embed › In 2006, however, when the New York Times revealed warrantless wiretapping by the Bush administration through the…

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25 Bizarre Films Based On Creepy Urban Legends

25 Bizarre Films Based On Creepy Urban Legends

Throughout the centuries myths and folktales have enjoyed immense popularity in society and although the phrase “urban legend” is synonymous in most people’s minds with “false belief,” the term actually indicates a more complex social phenomenon related to the production and transmission of folk narratives—narratives which are indeed usually false, but which can also, on…

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This High School Student Knows More About Love Than Most People

This High School Student Knows More About Love Than Most People

1. When 17-year-old Kim Ho entered a monologue he had written into a competition, he had no idea what the short piece would eventually become. View this image › youtube.com 2. His entry won, and he connected with playwright Tommy Murphy to make the piece into a longer work that would become the short film…

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David Ortiz Murders Dugout Phone

David Ortiz Murders Dugout Phone

David Ortiz took a high strike on Saturday on a 3-0 count and, upon subsequently striking out, proceeded to act as any rational ballplayer might. View this image › Ortiz mouthed off to the umpire and got ejected… View this image › …before proceeding to beat the ever-living bejesus out of the dugout bullpen phone.…

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25 Signs You’re Not Ready to Graduate

25 Signs You're Not Ready to Graduate

Your college years are the golden ones that everyone said you’d look back upon fondly in high school. The keg stands. Learning to live off of ramen. Training your body to run on four hours of sleep. What was the point of those student loans again? Oh, yes — a degree that will take you…

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Former Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks heckles minister over torture

Former Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks heckles minister over torture

Australian former Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks has heckled Attorney-General George Brandis at the Human Rights Awards ceremony over his prolonged torture within the prison. The incident occurred at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney on Wednesday night as Brandis was exiting the stage after a keynote address to the audience. “Hey, my name…

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