What caught my eye this week? A freakin’ brilliant global ‘Missing Type’ campaign to address the need for blood. Google’s new virtual tours of U.S. National Parks. And some mindfulness for marketers. (Ah, ohm, I’m not the only one.)
“Global ‘Missing Type’ Campaign Launches in Canada” via Marketing Magazine.
Are you overdue for a vacation or not quite ready to be back? Me, too – in fact, I’m listening to Hawaiian reggae music as I write this post. Fortunately, for all of us visual types, “Google now lets you explore U.S. National Parks with 360-degree virtual views.” via Tech Crunch.
You can take your afternoon Zen even further with this post “Agency president to bring mindfulness to marketers” via Marketing Magazine.
The end of summer not only makes us think of the change of seasons, but reflect on the seasons of life. That’s why this post by Daniel Pink, author of Free Agent Nation, resonated with me. Check out “30 Life Lessons From 1,000 Older Americans.”
Just what you need to recharge your brain and charge ahead this week. And if you need any help getting it all done, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.