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Samsung has just invested not in one, but in two impressively epic, stunt and VFX-heavy TV spots created by London agency CHI & Partners with no small amount of input from MPC … Australian ad agency BMF has partnered with publisher Random House Australia to realise a nifty book donation charity campaign which turns the humble dust jacket into a pre-paid envelope… To promote its offer of a free English tuition trial, online classroom The Tutor Crowd has been correcting some of the capital's mispelled graffiti...
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H² Richard Florida Concedes the Limits of the Creative Class — Joel Kotkin The sad truth is that even in the more plausible “ creative class ” cities such as New York and San Francisco, the emphasis on “hip cool” and high-end service industries has corresponded with a decline in their middle class and a growing gap between rich and poor. Washington D.C. and San Francisco, perennial poster children for “ cool cities ,” also have among the highest percentages of poverty of any major urban center—roughly 20 percent—once cost of living is figured in. Nowhere are the limitations of coolness more evident than in New York, our country’s cultural capital and now one of Florida’s three residences, along with Toronto and Miami Beach.
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Margaret Bourke-White, a pioneer herself (one of LIFE magazine’s original four staff photographers, America’s first accredited woman photographer during WWII, the first authorized to fly on a combat mission, etc.), spent time in 1943 in Gary, Indiana, chronicling “women … handling an amazing variety of jobs” in steel factories — “some completely unskilled, some semiskilled and some requiring great technical knowledge, precision and facility,” as LIFE told its readers in its August 9, 1943, issue. See the photos here on LIFE.com “The story, as I explained it [to Jimmy],” Dennis Stock wrote, “was to reveal the environments that affected and shaped the unique character of James Byron Dean. We felt a trip to his hometown, Fairmount, Indiana, and to New York, the place of his professional beginnings, would best reveal those influences…. I would solicit an assignment guarantee to cover expenses. LIFE
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