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The New York Times Jumping Off the Screen

Several weeks ago, 30 young professionals crowded into a bare-bones Manhattan office space. It was frigid outside and the workday was long over, but this group was devoted. For nearly two hours, they debated the particulars of time travel, Chuck Berry songs, poodle skirts and the most pressing issue of all: Would they be able to track down a DeLorean?

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The New York Times Staying Home, Connected to the

On March 22, 1876, The New York Times reported that a hot new technology, the telephone — not Bell’s, but a device invented by a German — might mean that people would never have to leave their homes again.

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Storytelling: From Push to Pull…

Storytelling as a tool for communication has been around since the human race first created a common understanding of sounds, gestures and images. Stories retain their basic elements today; a beginning, a middle and an end. Now there are numerous industries and people who capitalize on story as a way to make money, share ideas, inspire and teach – including ourselves here at AE.

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If I move I remember…

Motion, like rhythm, is compelling. Motion is hypnotic, sensual, fun, exhausting & motivating. It is a viral and infectious, it connects to those around you in a way that transcends normal lines of communication. Movement can deliver you to a moment of true release: genuine and pure. A primal, natural, and truly expressive format. There are no words needed. No barriers to entry. Pulse, flow, rush, quickening. Your body keeping time.

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