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    Archrival representing in the 2014 Print Regional Design Annual with 6 selections making it in, including the adidas RGII trophy edition boxes and The NBCUniversal Curve Report. The Cut Spike packaging took home Best of the Region.

    Happy to say we got a bronze in the Clio Sports Awards on behalf of adidas for their crazyquick RGIII speciality packaging. Nice!

    We are on the hunt for a talented creative strategist. If you think you’ve got the chops, we’d love to see them. All of them.

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    Finishing up from home, have a good thanksgiving everyone. I was going to post this with a picture of a mutilated turkey but then I found this instead.

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    I’d watch it.

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    When Xenia and Trevelyan lock you into an exploding train after you kill Ouromov and rescue Natalya, you need this

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    So I’ve been loving all of the automated beacons that have been popping up lately. The Flic and Signul give you tactile inputs for smart-device actions. You can learn some rudimentary coding too if you’re not careful.

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    “Mike, I want to be one of your chickens”
    — Erin, who apparently has been sitting in too close proximity to Mike for too long

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    I really sorta miss Gibby.

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    Save the testies!

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    This turkey.

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    Hold onto your butts, a sequel is coming.

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    Pretty neat way around annoying PPC ads. Google’s new Contributor program lets users pay to remove ads on select sites, funding the site creators (and Google) directly.

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    There has been a backlash and a huge discussion within the climbing world about Clif Bar dropping its sponsorship of a few high profile athletes. Their stance is that they no longer want to be associated with high-risk sports like free-solo, highline and BASE jumping. Then theres Adidas:

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    Happy Birthday Johnny!

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