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    (Source: Fast Company, via fastcompany)

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    springwise:

A marketplace for buying & selling sales leads



One man’s trash is another man’s treasure, as the old saying goes, and we’ve seen that maxim applied in numerous marketplaces, connecting buyers and sellers of unused deal-a-day coupons, cardboard boxes and — perhaps most literally of all — industrial waste. Now bringing it into the realm of the sales department, SaleSpread gives businesses a way to sell the prospects they can’t use and buy others they can. READ MORE…

    springwise:

    A marketplace for buying & selling sales leads

    One man’s trash is another man’s treasure, as the old saying goes, and we’ve seen that maxim applied in numerous marketplaces, connecting buyers and sellers of unused deal-a-day couponscardboard boxes and — perhaps most literally of all — industrial waste. Now bringing it into the realm of the sales department, SaleSpread gives businesses a way to sell the prospects they can’t use and buy others they can. READ MORE…

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    dnt txt and drv  - #sms

    dnt txt and drv  - #sms

    (via typeverything)

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    How do you use QR codes?

    A QR code (Quick Response code) is a type of barcode first designed by Toyota in 1994 to track vehicles during the manufacturing process.

    More recently, these barcodes have become popular for marketing purposes, directing customers to a specific URL or even to compose an SMS message - embedmobile.com

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    #mobile marketing  #QR  #SMS 
    mnlst:

90% of the the media is owned by… 

    mnlst:

    90% of the the media is owned by… 

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    vh1:

“Pass The Bowl” is VH1’s ongoing interview series, wherein  celebrities contribute questions to our bowl and fellow celebs later  draw a question.
Excused’s Iliza Shlesinger: What’s your favorite thing about being an American?
Jason Schwartzman: Well, there are a lot of things about being an American that I think are great, but my favorite thing - and I mean this in all sincerity - is jury duty. A lot of people get their jury duty summons and it’s an annoying thing, and they think “Agh, I’ve got to go to jury duty.” But it’s actually an incredible right we have as Americans, to go to the court and actually sit on a jury and be part of a case and the legal system. I think I’ve been called to jury duty probably more times - probably a couple of them have been practical jokes - but I’ve been called down to jury duty quite a lot and every time I do have a thing where I’m like “Ahh, I don’t wanna go to that,” but I get there and I feel kinda thrilled, like “This is incredible.”
VH1: Can you recall one of your best cases?
Jason: One of my finest cases… I’ve actually never been called on a jury. I’ve sat in the jury box a couple times. I was very afraid. You’ve gotta read three things - you have to say your name, your occupation and where you’re from, and I could barely get through any of it. I was so nervous because this judge is looking at me and these lawyers are staring at me. I don’t know if there’s something in my primordial DNA, in my lizard brain, that when I see a judge and lawyers, I start to feel guilty. I felt like I was on trial. Anyway, that’s a separate story, and probably more information than you needed. Some countries don’t get to take part in the legal system and I think it’s pretty cool that we do.
Tune into Big Morning Buzz Live every weekday at 9AM EST on VH1.

[Photos: Jen Marigliano/VH1]

    vh1:

    “Pass The Bowl” is VH1’s ongoing interview series, wherein celebrities contribute questions to our bowl and fellow celebs later draw a question.

    Excused’s Iliza Shlesinger: What’s your favorite thing about being an American?

    Jason Schwartzman: Well, there are a lot of things about being an American that I think are great, but my favorite thing - and I mean this in all sincerity - is jury duty. A lot of people get their jury duty summons and it’s an annoying thing, and they think “Agh, I’ve got to go to jury duty.” But it’s actually an incredible right we have as Americans, to go to the court and actually sit on a jury and be part of a case and the legal system. I think I’ve been called to jury duty probably more times - probably a couple of them have been practical jokes - but I’ve been called down to jury duty quite a lot and every time I do have a thing where I’m like “Ahh, I don’t wanna go to that,” but I get there and I feel kinda thrilled, like “This is incredible.”

    VH1: Can you recall one of your best cases?

    Jason: One of my finest cases… I’ve actually never been called on a jury. I’ve sat in the jury box a couple times. I was very afraid. You’ve gotta read three things - you have to say your name, your occupation and where you’re from, and I could barely get through any of it. I was so nervous because this judge is looking at me and these lawyers are staring at me. I don’t know if there’s something in my primordial DNA, in my lizard brain, that when I see a judge and lawyers, I start to feel guilty. I felt like I was on trial. Anyway, that’s a separate story, and probably more information than you needed. Some countries don’t get to take part in the legal system and I think it’s pretty cool that we do.

    Tune into Big Morning Buzz Live every weekday at 9AM EST on VH1.

    [Photos: Jen Marigliano/VH1]

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    "“Art is the most intense mode of individualism that the world has known.”
    — Oscar Wilde"
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    use only what you need…

    use only what you need…

    (Source: jaymug)

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    photojojo:

    What if you could snap a photo by snapping your fingers?

    This design concept by Yeon Su Kim would let your fingers act like a remote shutter by Bluetooth connecting to your smartphone.

    Air Clicker — Your Fingers as a Remote Shutter

    via Petapixel

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