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– A list of 10 highly anticipated movies this season are based on books, from classics like ‘Anna Karenina’ to the final ‘Twilight’ installment via USA Today
– What is the future of storytelling? Immersion, interactivity, integration and impact via The Next Web
– I’m so honored to be have made this list of the Global Top 100 Social Media Agencies & Consultants 2012-13 via SparkAh
– Know your audience: Millennials Buy More Books Than Everybody Else via Good.is
– 20 Social Media Touch Points You May Be Missing via Snapshot Social Media
– 2012 List of the the most sought after out-of-print books in America via Bookfinder
– Take it to the outside: The 6 Best Street Art Sites for Creative Inspiration via My Life Scoop
– Why P&G Should Win an Olympic Gold Medal for Marketing – The three things that P&G did that made their ads standout.
– Junot Díaz’ on a few things he’d like to tell his swaggering teenage self via NY Mag
– 50 Best Books: Fall 2012’s Must-Reads via HuffPo
Friday Five: How To…
How To Sell Books With Social Media via The Creative Penn
How To Read a Book a Week via Julien Smith
How to write a bad review via Salon
How to Deal with a Vicious Review of Your Book via The Awl
How To Talk About Books You Haven’t Read via BrainPickings
Trailer for a animated film based on the Selkies, mythical women who can take on the form of seals, were at one point pretty much my entire conception of “Ireland,” probably a weird thing for a kid with 50% Irish-born great-grand parents. The selkie story generally begins when a fisherman falls in love with one and steals the magical seal skin that allows her to change shape, and then marries her. It generally ends when she finds where he’s hidden the seal skin and escapes back to the sea, leaving him to raise their children alone.
Song Of The Sea – Conceptual Trailer from Cartoon Saloon on Vimeo.