Weekend Links: Corporate Buzzword Generator

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Who says film criticism is dead? (besides people I try to get jobs from) One particularly excited and adamant 8 year old explains the appeal of The Expendables. And he even gets to say what every critic longs to yell at stubborn audiences: "shut up anyway! what do you know?"
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From Savannah, a true gem from the internet (and the Annals of Utter Oddity): "I thought it just too strange not to pass on. The video is of an older, enthusiastic (and perhaps loopy) lady demonstrating, as the video states, how to give an opossum a pedicure." (no possums appear to be harmed in the making of this video)
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My Little Pony Mods for Geeks (featured in part before, but there are some new spectacular updates!)
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From links-finder extraordinaire Jan, may I introduce you to Dog Judo. I've only watched a few episodes, but something about it makes me think of the Mighty Boosh. Anyone else? Or just enjoy it for its own bizarre sake!
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We all know that most of the time it's much easier to talk to an actual person when you dial up a customer service line. Dial-A-Human provides a helpful list of shortcuts that can help bypass prerecorded messages or being placed forever on hold.
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Get ready for your Monday morning meetings with this corporate buzzword generator. If you are shifting the paradigm to revolutionize interactive channels to enhance a user-interactive, client-focused, dynamic gameplan then ... where was I?
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In some ways it seems a shame to have cut up these old pulp novels, but the art that came from is pretty cool.
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Masters of Re-purposing: reinventing the Bic pen.
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August 8, 2010 - 7:11am
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