And the why doesn’t have to be a catastrophe. “It could be that you like your life better now,” says Hamill. “Quality of life is a real and legitimate why. You just need to be clear on why a change is important. The reason can be very different for every person.” … [Read more...] about How to tell your boss you’re not ready to return to the office
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WHY WE CARE: John Lewis, current reigning champion, and in fact primary instigator of the Christmas Super Bowl of British Advertising season, has delivered its 2016 Christmas spot. Oh, the speculation prior to this moment; would the soundtrack be a David Bowie song? Or, maybe Prince? Will it be as much of a tearjerker as last year’s “Man on the Moon”? Anticipation reached such heights that some people mistook the work of a media studies schoolboy for the real thing. … [Read more...] about Let The John Lewis Christmas Ad Lift Your Spirits For A Moment Or Two
“We wanted to do four animation films for a programme called ‘Prevention of Violence against women and children’. We, being an NGO, had budget constraints. We took quotes from other agencies but hardly found anything within our budget. When we approached Filmboard, they asked our budget upfront and sourced people accordingly. Plus, we had a one-person contact, and there was no need to talk to 10 people for different services,” she said. … [Read more...] about Filmboard can show you how to stick to your budget while making ad, short films
“You could say it’s the illusion of interactivity you’re experiencing when you’re watching my drones,” Tempest, who has been a director’s fellow at the MIT Media Lab and taught a course there on using magic as technology design inspiration, told the streaming audience for the talk at the Association for Computing Machinery’s well-known graphics conference. “They would do everything they do without me even being there.” … [Read more...] about What magic can teach us about the future of technology, according to an MIT magician
In normal times, owners of large office buildings would typically not entertain a one- or two-year lease extension for a large tenant, said Franklin Wallach, senior managing director of the New York Research Group at Colliers. “They see that new leasing activity has dropped off while the amount of sublet space coming into the market is on the rise, so the average landlord wants to keep the tenant in the building.” … [Read more...] about COVID-19 | Manhattan’s office buildings are empty. But for how long?