These are the best advertising campaigns which I have seen in a long time, made by Asawin Tejasakulsin, in Bankok, Thailand. I don’t normally like ads but these are creative, playful, imaginative, and they don’t just make you want to buy LEGOS, but they make you want to play with the LEGOS you already have at home.
Picture-taking is easy these days. We have cameras on our phones– and everyone has a phone.
All I have to do to open the camera on my Android is shake it side to side in one swift motion and my camera is ready, and all I have to do is tap the screen to snap a picture. It’s easy.
We can capture our memories at any time and in any place, and we can save them forever– but my question for myself, and for you, is this: When are we over-capturing?
Hello! It’s Friday again — aren’t you glad?
This week I have a crazy Snack Pack for you guys from dragons carved into broccoli, to night-mode coming to Hulu, and on Twitter, there are fancy sandwiches, and some good Bible verse about phones– it’s crazy but it’s a good kind of crazy.
I don’t know how many times I have heard people ask, “Remember when people weren’t always on the internet– remember when people read books? Remember when people used to talk to each other?”
And aside from the fact that the Bible says, “Don’t always be asking, ‘Where are the good old days?’ Wise folks don’t ask questions like that.”— the truth is that people used to ask that same question about the internet but about books.
Scott Erickson is an artist at heart– he is a father, husband, touring painter, performance speaker, and creative priest.
In this four-part series of videos, he shares Why The Church Needs Art. Each video focuses on a different aspect of art in Church, sharing as he goes, some of his own very personal experiences he has had on his journey in making, creating, painting, drawing, and even designing tattoos for the Church.
Coming up with intros for this week’s Snack Pack, had me sounding like a kid’s show host:
“Hello, girls and boys– it’s Friday, and you know what that means! Snack Pack time!”
So how about we skip the intro for today, k? K.