Una Mullally

Society, life and culture on the edge

Daily Digest: Friday

Donald Clarke talks to Gareth Evans about The Raid. Who wins big with the Facebook IPO?. Warning: may contain traces of Bono. Photo portraits of of people who attend Burning Man. (Some may be NSFW). Reasons your QR code marketing …

Fri, May 18, 2012, 15:15

   

Donald Clarke talks to Gareth Evans about The Raid.

Who wins big with the Facebook IPO?. Warning: may contain traces of Bono.

Photo portraits of of people who attend Burning Man. (Some may be NSFW).

Reasons your QR code marketing may not be working, plus some great photos of QR code fails, including this one:


via Mashable

Gwyneth Paltrow in talks to star in the Picasso film ‘Guernica 33 Days’.

Dazed and Confused meet up with James Murphy in Paris where he’s doing some Levi’s brand-rep yoke.

Joey Lawrence from Blossom is now a stripper.

The Atlantic has a good run down on the types of TV shows that are coming to the fore at the moment.

Interview in The Ticket today with Tony Clayton-Lea chatting to Sigur Ros. I’m going to see them play in Iceland at this festival. Can’t wait. Sigur Ros are of course behind the worst band interview ever with this legendary NPR fiasco:

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Any excuse to watch that video again.

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