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Too Much To Tweet: Television is the New Homework

November 27, 2017 | by Arthur Ebuen | Civilian Water Cooler, Too Much To Tweet

T.V. has become grown-up homework.   Everyone can relate to, “So did you watch (insert T.V. series here)? No? Well, watch it because we have to talk.” Or, “I was trying to catch up on my shows last night but I kept falling asleep.” Thanks to the pendulum swinging from Reality T.V. to the want…

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Too Much To Tweet: Good/Bad Photoshop

November 16, 2017 | by Jessica Little | Creative Find, Too Much To Tweet

The Healing Power of Good/Bad Photoshop   I once had a professor who referred to combining two mismatched photos (see example above) as a misuse of Photoshop’s capabilities. However, I would argue that it is the ultimate use of Photoshop’s capabilities, as well as an enviable skill to possess. Have you ever tried smoothly transitioning…

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Too Much To Tweet: Potlucks

November 3, 2017 | by Mariana Fernandes | Civilian Water Cooler, Too Much To Tweet, Uncategorized

Potlucks are the most delicious and effective tool for employee satisfaction.   From beginning to end, potlucks are a source of excitement and camaraderie. What better way to tell your co-workers you appreciate them than by putting together something delicious for them to try? On the day of, anticipation brews as people arrive with their…

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Too Much To Tweet: Remakes

October 18, 2017 | by Jessica Little | Civilian Water Cooler, Too Much To Tweet

I’m Trying to Keep An Open-Mind, Really, I Am: Heathers The Remake   You’ll notice that nobody in the world of literature is asking John Green to reimagine Wuthering Heights for a new audience, but apparently when it comes to movies, nothing is sacred. Sure, there are the occasional decent, and even sometimes good, remakes;…

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Too Much To Tweet: SaaS

October 11, 2017 | by Isaac Maltzer | Civilian Water Cooler, Digital Trends, Too Much To Tweet

I’ve Got A SaaS Problem The SaaS industry is a multi-billion dollar walking stick that grows by incrementally degrading our intellectual capabilities. Many consumer facing and B2B software companies push their products as ‘groundbreaking new tools and features’ while they are really just providing micro-modifications to our work process; honing in on very specific and…

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