I love this Chipotle video.
The family of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. has charged the foundation building a monument to him on the Mall about $800,000 for the use of his words and image, an arrangement one leading scholar said Dr. King would have found offensive.
This article is from 2009, but I came across it while reading about the MLK Jr. memorial. Pretty shocking that you’d need to license the image of MLK Jr. and his words to honor him with a memorial.
Fortune.com: How Apple became the best retailer in America
Apple, meanwhile, has not returned the compliment by taking cues from others. “Why copy when you can create?” asks Johnson.
A reprint of an article from 2007, but still an interesting look at how the Apple stores were created.
Gigaom.com: Gallery: Steve Jobs throughout the years
Steve Jobs on magazine covers through the years. The Fortune cover with Bill Gates is priceless.
Grantland.com: The Fall of Austin Kearns and Adam Dunn
Dunn and Kearns will always be linked in the minds of those of us from Cincinnati who, nearly a decade ago, saw them as bookends for what was supposed to be the best outfield in baseball. Before Joey Votto and Jay Bruce, it was Kearns and Dunn — the duo that was supposed to help restore the Reds to championship form.
I really thought that these two would be great players for the Reds and the building blocks for the future.
CNN.com: Bachmann: I’ll bring back $2 gas
President Michele Bachmann has a promise: $2 gas.
“Under President Bachmann you will see gasoline come down below $2 a gallon again,” Bachmann told a crowd Tuesday in South Carolina. “That will happen.”
Not content to just bring the crazy, Bachmann is now promising to bring us $2 gas. Lots of promises, but no details.
WSJ.com: ‘Angry Birds’ Spreads Wings
“Angry Birds” is flapping from touch screens to big screens, books and toys, testing whether one of the best-known mobile apps can become an entertainment franchise akin to Mickey Mouse and Iron Man.
Mr. Maisel says he is talking to potential writers, directors and financing partners about getting an “Angry Birds” feature film off the ground.
If they’re going to do an Angry Birds movie then they need to get Michael Bay to direct it. Giant CGI birds crashing through buildings to save humanity, all in 3D.
Watching the video, you can see how much strength is involved, but it’s hard to get over the fact that it’s pole dancing.
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