phibilicious
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The Latest Social Media Statistics by Socialnomics

his is the third video in the series updating us with some of the latest statistics regarding Social Media (see http://talking-talkfusion.com/video-blog). You can see from these statistics that you really do need to be proactive in your Social Media activities. The Talk Fusion Social media tools consist of Video Blog, the Fusion Wall and Video Share. 3 more reasons to be using Talk Fusion.

Socialnomics was written by Erik Qualman and you can find out more information about how Social Media is changing and revolutionising the way we communicate at http://socialnomics.net

1 year ago
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[Infographic] A History of Social Media
Our friends over at Copyblogger have completed an ambitious undertaking and put together a history of social media for us all to enjoy and even possibly debate (imagine that these days, huh?).
The infographic starts WAY back in 1971 and winds its way through the early years of the social web and up to today’s latest entries that include Google+ and Pinterest.
What might this look like even just a year from now? Will something like Pheed make the cut? Will there be other entries? Will there be challengers to the Big Two of Facebook and Twitter?
Well, this isn’t about the future, it’s about the history so here you go.


Be sure to visit the Copyblogger post that accompanies the infographic.

[Infographic] A History of Social Media

Our friends over at Copyblogger have completed an ambitious undertaking and put together a history of social media for us all to enjoy and even possibly debate (imagine that these days, huh?).

The infographic starts WAY back in 1971 and winds its way through the early years of the social web and up to today’s latest entries that include Google+ and Pinterest.

What might this look like even just a year from now? Will something like Pheed make the cut? Will there be other entries? Will there be challengers to the Big Two of Facebook and Twitter?

Well, this isn’t about the future, it’s about the history so here you go.

Be sure to visit the Copyblogger post that accompanies the infographic.

1 year ago
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The LEGO® Story

As The LEGO Group celebrates its 80th Birthday, we take a look back at its history with this short animated film.

Find out more here, http://www.facebook.com/LEGOGROUP

1 year ago
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Bike Lordz

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Bikelordz is a short documentary about the self-taught, self-invented bicycle culture which young people in Accra have created and passed on to their younger contemporaries over time. It follows crews of these young bicycle gurus as they try and use their skills to make money, gain recognition, and live on their own terms.

Thanks for watching—
Make sure to check out the facebook page for news, updates, and the upcoming release of the movie:

facebook.com/Bikelordz

or the website:

bikelordz.com

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The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art
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The Propeller Group has been invited to participate in the 7th Asia Pacific Triennial in Brisbane Australia, held at the Queensland Art Gallery / Gallery of Modern Art December 8, 2012.
‘The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art’ (APT7) will profile recent and commissioned work by 77 artists and artist groups from 27 countries across the region.
APT7 will include new works by artists from across Papua New Guinea; new painting, installation, sculpture and photography by Indigenous Australian artists; work by young generations of artists from Indonesia and Vietnam; and a special focus on West Asia, including work by artists from Turkey through the Middle East to Iran and Central Asia.
Artists Mohammed Qasim ASHFAQ (United Kingdom/Pakistan) | Asmat artists: Ben AFEX; Amatus AHMAK; Antonin ARKE; Primus ISIMIN; Stefanus JAKFU; Norbertus JOKOMEN; Paulis KOMARE; Paulis POKMAN; Yakobus SERAMBI; Dinisius SIRETS (Papua, Indonesia) | Rina BANERJEE (India/United States of America) | Daniel BOYD (Australia) | Louisa BUFARDECI (Australia) | Neha CHOKSI (United States of America/India) | Tiffany CHUNG (Vietnam) | Lorraine CONNELLY-NORTHEY (Australia) | Michael COOK (Australia) | Timothy COOK (Australia) | Atul DODIYA (India) | Inci EVINER (Turkey) | Graham FLETCHER (New Zealand/Samoa) | Parastou FOROUHAR (Iran/Germany) | Uji HANDOKO EKO SAPUTRO aka HAHAN (Indonesia) | HUANG Yong Ping (China/France) | GIMHONGSOK (South Korea) | Roslisham ISMAIL aka ISE (Malaysia) | Takahiro IWASAKI (Japan) | Susan JACOBS (Australia) | Chia-En JAO (Taiwan) | Tomoko KASHIKI (Japan) | Sangdon KIM (South Korea) | Joanna LANGFORD (New Zealand) | An-My LE (Vietnam/United States of America) | LEE Kit (Hong Kong/China) | Shirley MACNAMARA (Australia) | MADEIN COMPANY (China) | Basir MAHMOOD (Pakistan) | Sheila MAKHIJANI (India) | Richard MALOY (New Zealand) | MIXRICE (South Korea) | NGUYEN Manh Hung (Vietnam) | NGUYEN Minh Phuoc (Vietnam) | NGUYEN Thai Tuan (Vietnam) | Manuel OCAMPO (The Philippines) | PARAMODEL (Japan) | Michael PAREKOWHAI (New Zealand) | Pratchaya PHINTHONG (Thailand) | PHUAN Thai Meng (Malaysia) | PROPELLER GROUP (Vietnam/United States of America) | Sara RAHBAR (Iran/United States of America) | Wedhar RIYADI (Indonesia) | Edwin ROSENO (Indonesia) | RUANGRUPA (Indonesia) | Dominic SANSONI (Sri Lanka) | Greg SEMU (New Zealand/Samoa) | Raqib SHAW (India/United Kingdom) | Dayanita SINGH (India) | Tadasu TAKAMINE (Japan) | LN TALLUR (India) | Fiona TAN (Indonesia/Netherlands) | TE Wei (China) | Sopolemalama Filipe TOHI (Tonga/New Zealand) | TROMARAMA (Indonesia) | Tintin WULIA (Indonesia/Australia) | YUAN Goang-Ming (Taiwan) | ZHOU Tiehai (China) | Papua New Guinea: (Co-curator: Martin Fowler) SULKA: Camilius TEPE (team leader); Paskalis BILL; Moky CAMILIUS; Makude JOESEPH; Tadius LOHALI; Herman PAPE; Antonius SAVUO Jr; Herman TEP; Bernard VIETON | ARAWE: Bruno AKAU; Alfred SAPU | POMIO: Damien GULKLEDEP | COASTAL ARAPESH: Alex GABOUR (team leader); Connor AUKA, James AUSORI; Alex BERRY; Connor KOMONAIN; Joan MABUT; Fransica SALID; Joe SARUM; Rupina SUNA; Baka WILSON | TOLAI: Iatapal Cultural Group; Ravat Cultural Group; Vunapaka Cultural Group | BAINING: Katnanat ELISON; Allana MOVANA | IATMUL: Issac KAPUN; Gibson KAPUN; Aamus KAMDUKA; Ganot KAM; Willie MASO; David YAMANAPI | BRIKITI CULTURAL GROUP: Waikua NERA (team leader); Nikit KIAWAUL; Kano LOCTAI | KWOMA ARTS: Anton WAIAWAS (team leader); Kevin APSEPA; Simon GOIYAP; Jamie JIMOK; Nelson MAKAMOI; Rex MAUKOS; Terry PAKIEY | Senior project advisors: Waikua NERA (Abelam); Anton WAIAWAS (Kwoma); Gesley RIVAN (Tolai); Damien GULKLEDEP (Pomio); Camilus TEPE and Robert DIUA (Sulka); Otto KAMA and Anton AQUI (Iatmul); Alex GABOUR (Coastal Arapesh) | 0 – Now: Traversing West Asia: (Co-curator: November Paynter) Cevdet EREK (Turkey) | Erbossyn MELDIBEKOV (Kazakhstan) | Almagul MENLIBAYEVA (Kazakhstan) | Hrair SARKISSIAN (Syria/Armenia) | Wael SHAWKY (Egypt) | SLAVS & TATARS (Poland/United States of America/Iran) | Oraib TOUKAN (United States of America/Jordan) | The 20 Year Archive: Heman CHONG (Singapore) | {disarmed} imagining a Pacific archive: Torika BOLATAGICI (Australia/Fiji), Mat HUNKIN (New Zealand/Samoa), Teresia TEAIWA (United States of America/Kiribati/New Zealand) | MAP OFFICE (Hong Kong, China) | RAQS MEDIA COLLECTIVE (India) | KID’S APT DRAWING ARCHIVE
via GOMA

The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art

Description youarewhatyoueateats

The Propeller Group has been invited to participate in the 7th Asia Pacific Triennial in Brisbane Australia, held at the Queensland Art Gallery / Gallery of Modern Art December 8, 2012.

‘The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art’ (APT7) will profile recent and commissioned work by 77 artists and artist groups from 27 countries across the region.

APT7 will include new works by artists from across Papua New Guinea; new painting, installation, sculpture and photography by Indigenous Australian artists; work by young generations of artists from Indonesia and Vietnam; and a special focus on West Asia, including work by artists from Turkey through the Middle East to Iran and Central Asia.

Artists
Mohammed Qasim ASHFAQ (United Kingdom/Pakistan) | Asmat artists: Ben AFEX; Amatus AHMAK; Antonin ARKE; Primus ISIMIN; Stefanus JAKFU; Norbertus JOKOMEN; Paulis KOMARE; Paulis POKMAN; Yakobus SERAMBI; Dinisius SIRETS (Papua, Indonesia) | Rina BANERJEE (India/United States of America) | Daniel BOYD (Australia) | Louisa BUFARDECI (Australia) | Neha CHOKSI (United States of America/India) | Tiffany CHUNG (Vietnam) | Lorraine CONNELLY-NORTHEY (Australia) | Michael COOK (Australia) | Timothy COOK (Australia) | Atul DODIYA (India) | Inci EVINER (Turkey) | Graham FLETCHER (New Zealand/Samoa) | Parastou FOROUHAR (Iran/Germany) | Uji HANDOKO EKO SAPUTRO aka HAHAN (Indonesia) | HUANG Yong Ping (China/France) | GIMHONGSOK (South Korea) | Roslisham ISMAIL aka ISE (Malaysia) | Takahiro IWASAKI (Japan) | Susan JACOBS (Australia) | Chia-En JAO (Taiwan) | Tomoko KASHIKI (Japan) | Sangdon KIM (South Korea) | Joanna LANGFORD (New Zealand) | An-My LE (Vietnam/United States of America) | LEE Kit (Hong Kong/China) | Shirley MACNAMARA (Australia) | MADEIN COMPANY (China) | Basir MAHMOOD (Pakistan) | Sheila MAKHIJANI (India) | Richard MALOY (New Zealand) | MIXRICE (South Korea) | NGUYEN Manh Hung (Vietnam) | NGUYEN Minh Phuoc (Vietnam) | NGUYEN Thai Tuan (Vietnam) | Manuel OCAMPO (The Philippines) | PARAMODEL (Japan) | Michael PAREKOWHAI (New Zealand) | Pratchaya PHINTHONG (Thailand) | PHUAN Thai Meng (Malaysia) | PROPELLER GROUP (Vietnam/United States of America) | Sara RAHBAR (Iran/United States of America) | Wedhar RIYADI (Indonesia) | Edwin ROSENO (Indonesia) | RUANGRUPA (Indonesia) | Dominic SANSONI (Sri Lanka) | Greg SEMU (New Zealand/Samoa) | Raqib SHAW (India/United Kingdom) | Dayanita SINGH (India) | Tadasu TAKAMINE (Japan) | LN TALLUR (India) | Fiona TAN (Indonesia/Netherlands) | TE Wei (China) | Sopolemalama Filipe TOHI (Tonga/New Zealand) | TROMARAMA (Indonesia) | Tintin WULIA (Indonesia/Australia) | YUAN Goang-Ming (Taiwan) | ZHOU Tiehai (China) | Papua New Guinea: (Co-curator: Martin Fowler) SULKA: Camilius TEPE (team leader); Paskalis BILL; Moky CAMILIUS; Makude JOESEPH; Tadius LOHALI; Herman PAPE; Antonius SAVUO Jr; Herman TEP; Bernard VIETON | ARAWE: Bruno AKAU; Alfred SAPU | POMIO: Damien GULKLEDEP | COASTAL ARAPESH: Alex GABOUR (team leader); Connor AUKA, James AUSORI; Alex BERRY; Connor KOMONAIN; Joan MABUT; Fransica SALID; Joe SARUM; Rupina SUNA; Baka WILSON | TOLAI: Iatapal Cultural Group; Ravat Cultural Group; Vunapaka Cultural Group | BAINING: Katnanat ELISON; Allana MOVANA | IATMUL: Issac KAPUN; Gibson KAPUN; Aamus KAMDUKA; Ganot KAM; Willie MASO; David YAMANAPI | BRIKITI CULTURAL GROUP: Waikua NERA (team leader); Nikit KIAWAUL; Kano LOCTAI | KWOMA ARTS: Anton WAIAWAS (team leader); Kevin APSEPA; Simon GOIYAP; Jamie JIMOK; Nelson MAKAMOI; Rex MAUKOS; Terry PAKIEY | Senior project advisors: Waikua NERA (Abelam); Anton WAIAWAS (Kwoma); Gesley RIVAN (Tolai); Damien GULKLEDEP (Pomio); Camilus TEPE and Robert DIUA (Sulka); Otto KAMA and Anton AQUI (Iatmul); Alex GABOUR (Coastal Arapesh) | 0 – Now: Traversing West Asia: (Co-curator: November Paynter) Cevdet EREK (Turkey) | Erbossyn MELDIBEKOV (Kazakhstan) | Almagul MENLIBAYEVA (Kazakhstan) | Hrair SARKISSIAN (Syria/Armenia) | Wael SHAWKY (Egypt) | SLAVS & TATARS (Poland/United States of America/Iran) | Oraib TOUKAN (United States of America/Jordan) | The 20 Year Archive: Heman CHONG (Singapore) | {disarmed} imagining a Pacific archive: Torika BOLATAGICI (Australia/Fiji), Mat HUNKIN (New Zealand/Samoa), Teresia TEAIWA (United States of America/Kiribati/New Zealand) | MAP OFFICE (Hong Kong, China) | RAQS MEDIA COLLECTIVE (India) | KID’S APT DRAWING ARCHIVE

via GOMA

1 year ago
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Playboy South Africa ad from Y&R

Playboy South Africa brings you a new spot directed by Jason Fialkov at Egg Films. The idea behind the ad is all about reaffirming the impact Playboy has had on popular culture through the decades. This iconic brand has been going since 1953 and has seen many fads, trends and styles come and go but has always kept itself relevant to it’s readers by delivering more that just a centerfold.

Check us out at www.playboy.co.za and join us on www.facebook.com/playboysouthafrica

1 year ago
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Shit Asian Dads Say

Shit Asian Dads Say. Inspired by Shit Girls Say.

Bloopers:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wG2XQ9deCrQ

Unco Same Hats and JKFilms Merchandise:
http://www.justkiddingfilms.bigcartel.com

FOLLOW US:
http://twitter.com/JKFilms

FRIEND US:
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TUMBLR
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Shit Asian Moms Say

Shit Asian Moms Say. Sequel to Shit Asian Dads Say.

Bloopers:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jDEF4O1rVM


Unco Same Hats and JKFilms Merchandise:
http://www.justkiddingfilms.bigcartel.com

FOLLOW US:
http://twitter.com/JKFilms

FRIEND US:
http://www.facebook.com/JustKiddingFilms

OUR WEBSITE:
http://www.justkiddingfilms.net

TUMBLR
http://justkiddingfilms.tumblr.com/

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You Know You’re Asian If (Part 1)

Looks like there’s more Asian in you than you thought huh? Guess we all got an Asian mom inside of us. Let us know about the Asian inside of you in the comments and we’ll include it in the next one.

Bart’s Shirt:
http://justkiddingfilms.bigcartel.com/product/nigga-sh-t

BLOOPERS:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSFiagFU9xY

GAMER CHANNEL:
http://www.youtube.com/user/JustKiddingGamer

WEBSITE:
http://www.justkiddingfilms.net

MERCHANDISE:
http://www.justkiddingfilms.bigcartel.com

TWITTER:
http://twitter.com/JKFilms

FACEBOOK:
http://www.facebook.com/JustKiddingFilms

TUMBLR:
http://justkiddingfilms.tumblr.com/

Special Thanks:

Dylan Fraser
http://twitter.com/#!/dman_fraser

Credits:
Creative Minds: Joe Jo (@joverdose) & Bart Kwan (@bartkwan)
Director-Casey Chan (@chanmanprod)
Assistant Director- Tom Trinh (@tomttrinh)
Producer- Tommy Trinh (@tomttrinh)
Production Coordinator- Geo Antoinette (@geo_antoinette)
Sound- Thomas Trinh (@tomttrinh)
Behind-The-Scenes- Devin White (@KidHaru)
Production Assistant- Anhieee Nguyen (@Anhieee)

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You Know You’re Asian If (Part 2)

Back by popular demand! Looks like there’s more Asian in you than you thought huh? Guess we all got an Asian mom inside of us. Let us know about the Asian inside of you in the comments.

JOE’S SHIRT:
http://justkiddingfilms.bigcartel.com/product/jkf-logo-shirt-black

YOU KNOW YOU’RE ASIAN IF PART 1:
http://youtu.be/SYpA0d9UXyw

BLOOPERS:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Ii8lQOiqYI

GAMER CHANNEL:
http://www.youtube.com/user/JustKiddingGamer

WEBSITE:
http://www.justkiddingfilms.net

MERCHANDISE:
http://www.justkiddingfilms.bigcartel.com

TWITTER:
http://twitter.com/JKFilms

FACEBOOK:
http://www.facebook.com/JustKiddingFilms

TUMBLR:
http://justkiddingfilms.tumblr.com/

Special Thanks:

Wes “Wuz Good” Armstrong
http://www.wuzgoodonline.com
http://twitter.com/#!/WuzGood

Credits:
Creative Minds: Joe Jo (@joverdose) & Bart Kwan (@bartkwan)
Director-Casey Chan (@chanmanprod)
Director of Photography-Casey Chan (@chanmanprod)
Assistant Director- Tom Trinh (@tomttrinh)
Producer- Tommy Trinh (@tomttrinh)
Production Coordinator- Geo Antoinette (@geo_antoinette)
Sound- Thomas Trinh (@tomttrinh)
Behind-The-Scenes- Devin White (@KidHaru) & Kevin (@Chanterprise)
Production Assistant- Anhieee Nguyen (@Anhieee)

1 year ago
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Saigon 70’s rock scene | Bich Loan va ban CBC

Nhac Vang truoc 1975. Bich Loan va ban CBC.

1 year ago
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Indonesian punks defy state’s re-education attempt

Dozens of punk rockers in Indonesia were arrested and had their mohawk shaved by security officials last December.

They were also forced to undergo a so-called re-education programme in Aceh, the only province in Indonesia with Islamic law.

But now the punks are back on the streets in what they say is their way to protest against corruption and what they consider injustice.

Al Jazeera’s Step Vaessen reports from Aceh, Indonesia.

2 years ago
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Video of the day: A modern day Mad Man in China

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A beautiful short documentary tells the story of a modern day Mad Man. A great journey through the emerging advertising industry in China told through the eyes of an American producer asked to create a commercial for McDonalds. Directed, photographed and edited by Doug Nichol this video will fascinate you, if you work in advertising or even if you are just interested in learning stories about people and cultures.

The documentary has been selected for several Festivals, True/False Film Festival, DOCNYC, Mill Valley Film Festival, Palm Springs, LA Shorts Fest, SF DocFest, Hot Springs Documentary Festival, Big Apple Film Festival, Woods Hole Film Festival, SF Shorts among the others.

2 years ago
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Who are you? A Guide To Recognizing 21st-Century Subcultural Tribes

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Let’s take a flashback :) A Guide To Recognizing 21st-Century Subcultural Tribes. Funny – which one are you??

2 years ago
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Animated GIFs: The Birth of a Medium

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Very geeky. Or even very nerdy if you want. But I bet that you will find it interesting to watch. The story of animated GIFs, a 7 minutes documentary that takes us back in time. A bit of healthy nostalgia for an image file format that nowadays has somehow become a form of art. And this is what the documentary is really about, a collection of conversations to explain what GIFs are today more than what they were in the beginning.

Kudos to PBS Off Book for putting this together, nice job. It ain’t perfect, but it’s definitely nice.

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