This week’s coverage on Flip has explored issues of equality and women in the media, heralding the beginning of Women’s History Month in March. We could think of no better way to show the absurdity of gender inequality than this … Continue reading
Think you’ve had a bad day? Wish you were more successful, more affluent – because maybe that would protect you from slights by the hyper-critical, the unfriendly, or just the plain mean people in your life? Nope. But take heart … Continue reading
What do we mean by that? Take a look at this short but ingenious video from the Canadian Institute of Diversity and see.
The big game is coming. The Seahawks are in the Superbowl and Seattle is a sea of green, blue and 12th man flags. Here at Flip we tend to watch the Superbowl for the fireworks in the commercial breaks–the clever … Continue reading
Batteries are usually not the kind of product that moves us to tears. Unless, that is, if they are part of a powerful story of success against all odds. Seahawks running back Derrick Coleman–deaf since age three and relying on … Continue reading
New Yorkers have a reputation for being cool and sophisticated – even, dare we say, jaded? But clearly they can be won over by the charisma and super talent of our own Seattle sensations, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. Are we … Continue reading
Graffiti art got some unexpected time in the limelight when mysterious British street artist Banksy took up residency in New York for a month last year. But while his work is already disappearing, the inspiring video of graffiti collective Sofles … Continue reading
Let’s start the first month of the New Year with something REALLY relevant: how to avoid catching a cold in the winter time. Finally, there’s hard science to back up the warnings that have haunted you from childhood – those … Continue reading