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Online Illustrators Need An Advocate

Well, I found one.  In an article I read a few months ago, Kohi Vinh brought to the foreground the alarmingly BAD illustration and exposure artists are getting online. While I could have written a post agreeing with his post…  I wanted to do one better. Below

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Ferris Bueller and Carl Jung = “Righteous Dudes.”

Salon.com, that ubiquitous source of blogging love that we all have grown just a little bored with recently, spouted a surprisingly great post today. Timothy Goodman, new Salon author, reflects on how social media has changed the direction in which branding professionals like me and others aim

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You’re Going To Die Anyway

Feel that? It’s your life slipping away. Yep. Every second of every minute that you spend reading this post, you’re slowly dying. Breath by breath, each heartbeat with each syllable, you creep closer to the end. oooooooooh…. Pretty ominous, huh? So, why the dark perspective? Well, this

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