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Follow up on entitlement

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010

A follow up on Entitlement post with 2 examples of (1) earned reputation and (2) spoiled brat behavior (aka entitlement attitudes). The latter earns nothing and should stay unrewarded.

Subversive Graphic

Sunday, February 14th, 2010

Oh, the power of images… I just saw this on a local forum: . Harsh, but funny. This graphic is effective, reminds me (in a way) of the missing cat poster, which also conveyed its message very economically. . . . UPDATE: Via Rob Randall, a pointer to PETA‘s adaptation: This one is brutal…

On the road to Vancouver’s 2010 Olympic Madness, one sleeping bag at a time…

Wednesday, August 1st, 2007

Marianne Lepa, publisher of Arts News Canada (see my blog post from July 21), wrote in today’s by-subscription newsletter about Kimberly Baker, an artist who recently graduated from Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design in Vancouver. It’s a story of the ham-fisted 2010 Olympics/ Vancouver Organizing Committee’s approach to “copyright” and marketing rights, and […]

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