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hitrecord:

WATCH TODAY’S “REGULARITY” HERE!

Today we’re starting to write stories for our new TRASH IS STILL SOMEWHERE collab. There’s a new collab for Songwriters & Musicians called THE UNTITLED HYPOCRITE SONG and for Animators we have the ABOVE IT ALL: ANIMATION collab. Plus, a Q&A RE: MONEY. Links to Collaborations below:

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Come work w/ us on today’s collaborations: 

* TRASH IS STILL SOMEWHERE - CONTRIBUTE HERE

* UNTITLED HYPOCRITE SONG - CONTRIBUTE HERE

* ABOVE IT ALL: ANIMATIONCONTRIBUTE HERE

* Q&A “Enough Money” - CONTRIBUTE HERE

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Thanks again <3

J

Lola, our former cat, and Henrietta and Violet our chickens made the video.

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uxrave:

And then, today, he explains “content parity” with another classic cereal illustration!

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hitrecord:

ATTENTION LA!

Our 1st LIVE RECORDING for “Hit RECord On TV” will be THIS SUNDAY at the Masonic Lodge in Los Angeles. Seating is extremely limited!

GET YOUR TICKETS HERE!

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fastcompany:

The most creative people have a way of relaxing the inhibiting, self-critical parts of the brain when they’re in the flow of performance. Research shows that a moderate amount of alcohol can do much the same. Drinking decreases your working memory—impairing your ability to focus and hemming in your interest in the things happening around you—and increases your creativity.

This is serious. Does drinking beer make you more creative?

Yep.

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aros:

“De Markies” (The Awning). by Eduard Bohtlingk,

I want one.

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An all new Grove.

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fastcompany:

Google salutes moms in a touching Mother’s Day tribute.

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Responsive Retina-Ready Menu
Stéphanie Walter, tympanus.net

View demo Download sourceToday we will create a colorful Retina-ready and responsive menu inspired by the colors of the Maliwan manufacturer of the Borderlands game. The menu automatically changes to one of three different layouts depending on the…

Nice menu concept.

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Why Do NPR Reporters Have Such Great Names?
Deirdre Mask, theatlantic.com

What makes NPR reporters’ names so par­tic­u­lar­ly mel­liflu­ous? There’s that pleas­ing allit­er­a­tion — Alli­son Aubrey, Louisa Lim, Carl Kas­sell, Susan Stam­berg. And it’s hard to match those mouth-filling double-barrelled names. Think Ofei…

For all you NPR fans.