PROTEST ART IN HONG KONG

AT A TIME WHEN SOCIAL MEDIA HAS ENABLED US TO SHARE IMAGES ACROSS THE GLOBE IN SECONDS, ART IS THE QUICKEST WAY TO SPREAD A PROTEST'S MESSAGE.

Jan's hero

An interview with the one and only Sagmeister&Co.

Mah Geeks!

Great write-up on the Geeks on a Beach meet-up here in Cebu.

Dave McClure said it so it must be true.

Dave McClure said it so it must be true.

MANILA, Philippines – There's a growing startup community in Southeast Asia, and it's one that venture capitalists are looking favorably at as it develops in the next few years.

Speaking with Rappler at the Geeks on a Beach event in Cebu on Thursday, August 21, 500 Startups Founding Partner Dave McClure talked about how the development of the world's venture capital industry and the Southeast Asian startup sector were both points of interest.

Chad Manzo Paints

A look at a recent project from local rock star artist Chad Manzo did for Converse.

Herzog

The problem isn’t coming up with ideas, it is how to contain the invasion. My ideas are like uninvited guests. They don’t knock on the door; they climb in through the windows like burglars who show up in the middle of the night and make a racket in the kitchen as they raid the fridge. I don’t sit and ponder which one I should deal with first. The one to be wrestled to the floor before all others is the one coming at me with the most vehemence. I have, over the years, developed methods to deal with the invaders as quickly and efficiently as possible, though the burglars never stop coming. You invite a handful of friends for dinner, but the door bursts open and a hundred people are pushing in. You might manage to get rid of them, but from around the corner another fifty appear almost immediately… Finishing a film is like having a great weight lifted from my shoulders. It’s relief, not necessarily happiness. But you relish dealing with these “burglars.” I am glad to be rid of them after making a film or writing a book. The ideas are uninvited guests, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t welcome.

Cartoon Network seeks Filipino creative muscle

Cartoon Network seeks Filipino creative muscle

Cartoon Network has expanded its global creative talent search to include the Philippines, looking for talented Filipino writers, artists and studios who can develop its next hit show.

Called the International Shorts Program, the announcement was made Tuesday at Manila-based production studio Top Draw Animation, opening its doors to local animation representatives and media for the first time for an exclusive studio tour.

A Great Podcast with Seth Godin

Seth Godin — thought leader, Internet guru, best-selling author — on how he found his mission.Listen to it. Trust us.