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Brio Reads #2

Brio Reads #2


Our second Brio Reads where we gather the best of the rest of the internet for you to read.

This week we’ve jazzed it up a little including the top apps we’re enjoying.

Of course, if there’s anything you want to see more of on Brio Daily email our editor to make your suggestion!

  • Brisbane photographer Mark Lobo has launched a side project, Ghetto Stereo. Using two disposable cameras he taped them together and manually triggered them at the same time to create his own “Ghetto” stereo camera. The idea came from Photojojo.
  • Does wearing makeup makes women appear more competent? | NYTimes
  • Iconic ice-cream brand Ben & Jerry’s make a move to be one the first brands to support the Occupy Wall Street movement. | Brand Channel 
  • The key to leadership isn’t in management books | Wrestling Possums
  • What is the next technological revolution? | BBC4  
  • Can positive thinking actually make you feel worse? Annie Stevens investigates | Sunday Life 
  • Why we are destined to burn out (found via the great resource that is STWNextness) | Dyske
  • What does a creative’s desk say about them? One blog asks people to submit their desks to find out | From The Desk Of
  • Ira Glass on Storytelling





Top Apps

1. Brief Buddy – a tracking app for the creative brief

2. VLingo – Missing out on Siri? VLingo is a virtual assistant that lets you speak into your phone or type a command to get things done on the go.

3. Simply NoiseConstant office chatter interrupting your flow? Simply Noise blocks it all out and helps you focus.


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