I never was the kind of girl to really get into series, especially one that I never read or kept up with. But, The Hunger Games has gotten me really intrigued, especially with all of the fun commentary going on. After a 45 minute debate over if Peeta is cool or not, I found some great stuff to back it up. If you like The Hunger Games or have any interest in it at all, you’ll enjoy this:
I can’t believe another semester is almost gone and I’m way closer to graduation than I ever was before. With only 3 semesters left and 5 behind me I get more anxious about the future. But, it sure does feel great to cross another assignment or position off my list and prepare for the next. With a successful 16 hours of classes this semester and 2 internships on top of a job and executive position in my sorority I am ready for a much needed break. Next semester will come a lot easier with an internship already secured and knowing I only want to take 12 hours. On top of it I’m ready for another sailing season and to be even more involved than I have in the past three semesters. I’m ready to help UNC rank higher than NCSU and Dook once again. I’m also ready to get prepared for camp again. I’m so excited I’ll be back for another summer. There is no place I feel more accomplished than camp and I’ve definitley needed the positivity back in my life. Camp is a refresher to remind me what is important and what I get so caught up in during the school-year that I simply should not waste my breath worrying about. I’ve got a great family, caring friends, awesome boyfriend and a huge future in sight, but I still never want to grow up.
Some drafts of Happy Hour invitations I did for Etix. Layout needed to be very simple and easy to read for many people at a large conference.
Some work I did for Etix (drafts) leading to a final product.
During a Detroit Pistons home game against the New York Knicks, a young fan Antwain Alexander, 11, and a NBA usher, Shannon Sailes, 46, launched into a dance-off over the Michigan team's dance cam. A video of the moment has racked up more than 5 million views on YouTube since it was uploaded Nov. 19.
As the young boy broke down his moves for
A new app called FaceCrypt can secure data on your iPhone and iPad using a picture of your face instead of the usual complex alphanumeric password.
There are also optional security features that require users to blink to prove that they are human or to prevent an unauthorized user from holding a photo of the owner up to the phone's camera to break into the device.
Just in time for the holidays, British Airways appears to have put up digital billboards in which a wide-eyed little boy stands up and points at the sky every time a British plane flies overhead and magically rattles off the flight number. Londoners can find them in Chiswick and Piccadilly Circus.
We hope the man who bought a promoted tweet to complain about the airline…
Every year, Doritos gives away two free ad spots (worth approximately $4 million a piece) to play during the Super Bowl, literally the only time of year in which people get excited for commercial breaks.
While winning filmmakers usually employ talking dogs, babies, or other adorable animals — even goats aren't off limits — a strange, animal-free submission called "Doritos Dance" is making serious rounds online.
I always have loved this campaign. Another great ad. Working with young women during the summer has really shown me how important it is to be the model for them when it comes to perceiving beauty.