What’s better than dubstep cats? Hovering dubstep cats. Saviors of our furry friends and non-profit ASPCA just came out with a new viral video to promote animal adoption. It involves Dan Harris, and some interesting viral-inspiration: Stereo Skifcha. I believe this is what we call an internet-fueled cultural creation. Which prompts the question: will there one day be a dubstep cat Mona Lisa

Sidenote: Our own DIY viral video tip here

-Alexsey Kashtelyan

It’s kind of crazy to think the influential bloggers now seated in the front row of the most coveted brands fashion shows evolved from the lowly role their counterparts played as online diarists. Now, the Gap is ditching the obligatory seasonal catalog in favor of a shareable, constantly changing look book primed for social networks and featuring fashion bloggers. But way back then (the ’90s), things on the Internet looked a whole lot different. Click on the top infographic from Flowtown to see a clear picture of how we got here.  It’s kind of crazy to think the influential bloggers now seated in the front row of the most coveted brands fashion shows evolved from the lowly role their counterparts played as online diarists. Now, the Gap is ditching the obligatory seasonal catalog in favor of a shareable, constantly changing look book primed for social networks and featuring fashion bloggers. But way back then (the ’90s), things on the Internet looked a whole lot different. Click on the top infographic from Flowtown to see a clear picture of how we got here. 

It’s kind of crazy to think the influential bloggers now seated in the front row of the most coveted brands fashion shows evolved from the lowly role their counterparts played as online diarists. Now, the Gap is ditching the obligatory seasonal catalog in favor of a shareable, constantly changing look book primed for social networks and featuring fashion bloggers. But way back then (the ’90s), things on the Internet looked a whole lot different. Click on the top infographic from Flowtown to see a clear picture of how we got here. 

Microsoft announced that our creative capabilities would increase by 20%.

Seems unlikely that a single announcement from a Fortune 100 company could impact a small boutique agency like ours in that way, but last week it happened.