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#Breadcrumbs February 2nd, 2018

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From Super Bowl ad buzz to social media’s black market and Kim K. Klones, we’ve got some great links in store for you this week.

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  • Oh, how the tables have turned. Paris Hilton poses as her ex-closet cleaner, Kim K., in the new Yeezy Season 6 campaign. ?
  • We can’t wait for the one and only Rocket Man’s farewell tour, which is destined to be a fabulous Gucci explosion.
  • Relive the glory days when the garage scene and collage-printed shirts were all the rage.



  • Amazon’s Alexa loses her voice and gains celebrity ones in this hilarious new Super Bowl ad. ?
  • Past and present unite in this fine art photographer’s latest portrait series. ?
  • Talk about a legal way to light up — HBO took over NYC with giant joints to promote ‘High Maintenance’.
  • Oh, sweet refuge! King Krule’s new Instagram of beautiful skies is a whole‘lotta feel good. ?
  • Adam Rippon, the first openly gay U.S. Winter Olympian, has a lot to say about Mike Pence. #TwirlOn ?
  • #FridayFunFact on why some of our all-time favorite cartoon characters wear gloves.
  • Travel back in time to the Vietnam War with these insightful photos from Sean Flynn’s Leica M2.


  • We live in a digital world where followers, retweets, and likes are the epitome of online success. Get a glimpse of social media’s black market. #DontCopyMe ?
  • Don’t really understand net neutrality? Burger King breaks it down with a quick-and-easy lesson that’s freaking hilarious.?
  • Scientists are highly intelligent — but are they morally intelligent? See how Black Mirror plays into that here.
  • High-speed drone racing is a thing, and it’s actually pretty amazing. ?
  • Hey Gramps, remember when Kodak and BlackBerry were all the rage? Now Xerox is being bought by Fujifilm to stay afloat.
  • You mean we don’t have to even get up? Looks like gestures might be the next big hit in design.



  • Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation zeros in on Russia and all associated lies stemming from the White House.
  • Read this study on why you should smile more in business meetings and less to the guy who tells you: “Smile, sweetie!” on your way to work.
  • It looks like virtual bosses are becoming a reality thanks to Amazon. Their new patented wristband technology tracks employees in real time.
  • Surprising to most, podcast listeners are the super-engaged audience advertisers love to reach.?
  • ICYMI, the Swedish founder of IKEA, Ingvar Kamprad, recently passed away.