PHD International’s media planner Shona Read looks at what has been inspiring people this week;
“Enjoy the little things in life because one day you’ll look back and realise they were the big things” – Kurt Vonnegut
- To the runners – A rare insight into our vulnerable side when we go for a run. By far the best thing you will watch this week
- Why thinking you’re ugly is bad for you – About 10,000 people a month Google the phrase, “Am I ugly?” brought to you be TED
- The cutest pancakes – Even the humble breakfast can be a little more creative
- Votr – Like Tinder, only for the issues that really matter
- How music can really bring a film to life – Although it can’t save a really poor one like a rom-com without the rom or the com. An interview with Debbie Wiseman, a TV and Film score composer.
- The next greatest generation – Everything from finding your place to finding a better way, anyone in the millennial generation should listen to this collection by TED
INTERESTING ARTICLES, STORIES OR SPEECHES
- 2014 Wildlife photographs of the year – The winning photo is a black and white
- Hidden messages in these logos – You probably notice most of these whenever you look at these logos but did you see the lion and the gorilla?
- What has changed on Earth since you have been born? – To celebrate the launch of BBC Earth, you can now figure that out. Some of the stats will blow your mind, e.g. If I lived on Mercury, I’d be in my late 90’s!
- You can have an easy life, or an awesome one – Choose wisely
A pioneering therapy, that sparks conversation around the opportunities for cell therapy, has allowed a paralyzed man to walk again after a cell transplant (see main picture)