Cute kids, cute Jimmy Fallon and The Roots and cute old school instruments–even the Grinch’s heart is melting a bit for this video.
We played this song TWICE at our 12 Beers of Christmas event, so we’re obviously already mega fans.
Over the last 3 years as the Director of Marketing I have sometimes found it challenging to tell the story of the Gladstone. That’s because the Gladstone is more like a person than a brand. It has human values instead of typical business values and it actualizes those values instead of having them only exist on an about page or in an annual report.
The Gladstone’s values aren’t simple, and nor is the actualization of these values. We’ve had our ups and downs but overall we’re proud of what we are and how we have supported our community.
Our values are built on the values of writer Jane Jacobs, Gladstone owner Christina Zeidler who originally conceived of the Gladstone in it’s contemporary form, it’s staff who work passionately to make it work and the community who breathe life into it.
We put together this infographic The Gladstone Hotel: A Slice of Cake to help ourselves understand how we work and we thought we’d share it with the people we are working for: you.
Comment on this post with one of your personal values and be entered into a draw to win dinner for 2 and 2 The Gladstone Hotel: A Slice of Cake, 24″ x 36″ posters.
Jonathan McCabe’s Into the Colourflow
Three processes interact to make this animation. A spontaneous differentiation due to a multi-scale Turing instability causes the development of dots and lines of various colors. Each color is also a movement, leading to a compressible flow which smears and obliterates the dots and lines. The third process is an overall exponential growth or inflation. Small structures expand, and the Turing instability causes sub-structures to form.