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The Friday Round-Up (from The Good Dinosaur to Video Scribing)

Claude Harrington 12.04.2015

If for some reason your alarm failed to go off on Monday morning, and you accidentally slept through this entire week, then here’s a round-up of some things you might have missed:

IdeaBlog:

Monday: PICK OF THE WEEK: Einstein’s General Relativity (Explainer Video)

Tuesday: 9 Incredible Video Marketing Stats

Wednesday: Which Video Sharing Service Is Right For Me? (Part 1 of 2)

Thursday: Which Video Sharing Service Is Right For Me? (Part 2 of 2)

ICYMI: A Closer Look at Marketing Automation: Act-On

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FROM THE VAULT: 5 Steps to Create Video Marketing Calls-to-Action

“Video marketing without a clear CTA is like fishing without bait. Or a hook. Or a rod…in the desert. Don’t go fishing without bait. If you’re lucky enough to grab peoples’ attention, it’s up to you to funnel that interest in the right direction with CTAs that capture, convince, and convert.”

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Animation News:

Go Behind the Story on Pixar’s Upcoming The Good Dinosaur (via The Disney Blog)

10 Years After Cancellation, Samurai Jack is Coming Back (via Nerdist)

Disney’s Kingdom Hearts Pilot Cancelled (via The Animation Guild)

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Entertainment:

Scott Weiland, Former Stone Temple Pilots Singer, Dead at 48 (via Rolling Stone)

Warner Bros. Release Official Trailer for Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice (via YouTube)

Nintendo Release Karaoke Version of Super Mario Bros Theme Song (via Inquisitr)

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Tech:

Mozilla is Flailing When the Internet Needs it the Most (via WIRED)

How Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan’s Donation Could Save Retirement (via TIME)

Dave Chapelle Uses Clever Technology to Stop People Texting During Shows (via Tech Insider)

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Culture:

Four Ways to Use Your Company Culture as Recruitment Bait (Forbes)

How Many Mass Shootings Are There Really? (via The New York Times)

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