The week’s biggest stories in the world of tech, creativity and business.
In lieu of Martin Luther King day, Adweek asks ‘when do brands become exploitative?’
Amazon plans to release 12 movies a year in theatres and on Prime.
Goodbye childhood: Marvel just announced a total reboot of their entire Marvel expanded universe.
Youtube will be hosting its own Super Bowl halftime show with fake adverts.
The UK creative industries is a-booming.
Ever wondered what New York looks like at night whilst hanging out of a helicopter? Beautiful.
Audiophiles unite! Neil Young’s Pono lets you enjoy your tunes in Hi-Hi-Fi.
Is Nendo’s latest chocolate adventure too good to eat? Potentially.
Like the original Macintosh design, but hate beige? This speculative redesign is for you.
Exposure allows you to do something ‘meaningful’ with your photos.
We <3 Guy Moorhouse, and we <3 his blog of gifs even more.
Hate to break it to ya, but you’re a sheep.
This list originally appeared in Moving World Wednesday 20150122
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