If we're "Creatives", one of the things that helps define us as such is that we have not lost our ability to engage in play. This video has more on the subject:
Shout-outs to Mary Gardner, who happens to be my manager's wife. She is a very cool lady and someone you should all get to know. Here's an excerpt of her blog where she recounts our meeting over lunch today with most of the PHP Team and a couple of project managers:
Theyâ€™re programmers who have a personal interest in social media as well as doing it for their jobs.
So many great things in this video - it's an hour and fifteen minutes, but you really should watch this.
Re-posted from New Group: Jobs on FloridaCreatives.com
Since the beginning of Florida Creatives, the people have always clambered for a place to post and seek jobs. In the past, I have used the FLCreatives blog for this purpose, or some folks have used the Google Groups list: those days are over.
The ground rules:
Also, here's an email Darren sent out to friends and advisors.
No, that's not me in the white suit and glasses.
I was interviewed this month by John Theisen, who runs the Enzian FilmSLAM, the FMF Indie Film Jam, and works for United Arts.
Here's a quick follow-up to last night's post.
Earlier today, Ryan Block asked:
Why should I be concerned? People arenâ€™t coming to Engadget to read about gadgets from 2006, or 1996, or 1896 â€” theyâ€™re coming to read about whatâ€™s going on today. Still, I love that PopSci, so this is gravy!
OR "How the battle became a collaboration".
To the Editors of Popular Science:
Actually, I'm not a quitter, so I'll say this: I've decided that instead of being "versus" each other, some of you Old Media types (can I say Traditional Media? thanks) actually care about your audience. Therefore, we are actually on the same side, you and me. That's why today, I changed the name of my blog to "Ryan Price and the Media". The arc of my story is changing, Act II is beginning (but please wait until the pops are two seconds apart).