One charity has to decide whether or not to get rid of a historical chair in their client involvement meetings:
"Well, I mean we do need a new armchair and that's great, but like I said we need to say goodbye to the one we have had for so long. I suggest we put up several memos around the building informing the other clients the final date that the chair will be here. Then I think we should get to burn it and have a few drinks around it and say goodbye."
Comedy if you ask me.
WikiLeaks front man Julian Paul Assange and his Icelandic transformation- how did his wish to under-serve those who hold "power without accountability" lead to the disintegration of his own orchestrated press club release? This New Yorker article by Raffi Khatchadourian due out next week explores his undoings in and out of the Bunker.
"If it feels a little bit like we're amateurs, it is because we are. Everyone is an amateur in this business."
Posted: May 31st, 2010
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14500 works from 2000 photographers from 29 countries entered for a prize for this Moscow photo competition. Check out some of the winners.
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