Frrrrriday Rrrrroundup! #46

man standing on a deck with game painted on surface An end-of-weekly roundup collecting fffffive of the fffffoxiest things I fffffind stumbling around the web. More about the genesis here. Every dang Friday Round-Up here, you procrastinating slacker!

Finally saw this trailer for a self-produced feature about people changing the world all over the world at the last stop of the Strictly Business 3 conference tour last weekend and cried like a damn baby, i.e., in the very best of ways. More of this, please. [Facebook-ed]

Money is not the root of all evil (although the love of money might be). And neither is money the root of the problem in marriages, no matter how much it seems to turn up. [delicious-ed, via Penelope Trunk]

Not sure how many communicatrix readers are out there pitching startups to VCs, but this installment in a startup series on building your pitch into a great story is both fun reading and pretty instructional about telling stories in general. [Google Reader-ed]

Everything is right about this Stephen Colbert cover of the now-notorious Rebecca Black hit, "Friday": the spirit, the build, the skill level and mostly, as Bob Lefsetz said in his newsletter pointing out the vid, the inclusion of the audience in the joke and the joy. (NBC, you are an idiot not to let this live on YouTube.). [Stumbled]

xxx c

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