Here at ADG, we’re all a little nerdy in our own way. If you wandered the halls, you’d probably overhear our developers talk about the latest and greatest tech trends, our designers geeking out over Adobe Creative Cloud updates, and our strategists and PMs dishing out advice on the best project management tool to use. So as the temperature rises and vacation plans are on the horizon, we decided to use our collective nerdiness for good and compile some of our best book recommendations to share with you. Check it … Continue readingTweet
According to a recent Super Important Research Study,* most of the content on the internet is basically conjecture regarding the likes, dislikes, preferences and work habits of Millennials (see chart below). This is not at all surprising but given the sheer volume of speculation about all things Millennial, so how do you cut through the billions of articles and statistics and simply figure out what changes to make in your organization to allow for another generation to flourish?Tweet
Sensing a theme, are you? C’mon, though – who doesn’t love a good cult classic? In no particular order, I’ve gathered together 10 of the tops, in both movies and television. Oh, and stay tuned at the end for a few bonus cult classics of the paper variety. *Author’s Note: These are the ones I’m most familiar with, but I’m sure you’ve got a few you’d like to share. Please do so in the comments – I love learning about new cult classics! TOP CULT CLASSIC MOVIES 1. Blade RunnerTweet
Cult Classic: Something, typically a movie or book, that is popular or fashionable among a particular group or section of society. –The Oxford Dictionary Raise your hand if you love The Rocky Horror Picture Show. How about A Clockwork Orange? Plan 9 From Outer Space? Go ahead, raise those hands – I promise no one’s judging you. The thing that connects all these movies is that they’ve all achieved cult classic status. The term “cult classic” shouldn’t be thrown around easily, however; it’s specifically reserved for those films (or television … Continue readingTweet
I am a quirky individual. If you’ve read anything I’ve ever written for this site, then you most likely already knew that. If you’re new to my Brain Juice work, then welcome and I apologize in advance. Quirky books, like quirky things in general, make me happy. So, if you’re a quirky person looking for a quirky read, then you should check out these ten possibilities!Tweet
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