This is the level of endeavor to which I'd like to see Rituallab experiments rise.

The one thing we have not done is made the commitment to devote the time. What steps can we take to move from pursuit to accomplishment?!

Shut up, already.


Would love to see this implemented on lounge tables, bedroom ceilings, airport floors and personal conversation wrist watches:

"...real-time data visualization projected on a physical table that aims to augment the developing verbal dialog by displaying a representation of conversation to all people present. the visual graph on the table demonstrates turn-taking, domination, interruption & activity throughout a conversation."


You suck and I want to be a part of it.


It said:
You are a cross-discipline creative communicator with a penchant for conversation. Your fundamental abilities of copywriting and design result in meaningful, compelling messages. Your exposure to theory and method populates a metaphysical Rolodex of possible executions. Your nuanced appreciation of audience bends in your favor the odds of impact.

You consider timeliness a qualitative metric. You believe you can make the world a better place and make money at the same time. You refuse to burn out. You find more value in mistakes than in inaction. You can't make a silk purse from a sow's ear, but you can make a saddle blanket for a hamster. What you lack in experience you make up for in tenacity. You suffer from a chronic case of giving a damn. You are your toughest critic.

A STL Loop-based marketing boutique wants you. Yes you.

You, send us a resume and samples.

He responded:

I am interested in applying for the position as advertised on Craigslist. I am quite an original creative person, which is more than I can say for the cliche filled advertisement your company posted. No wonder you are looking for creativity. If you want some creative, humorous work please contact me. If you want to continue with the same cliche filled work that is evident in your Craigslist post, interview the next guy.



And bolstered his argument with this.