The Olive Reading List: April 28, 2016

Here’s a look at some of the things we’ve been reading, watching, and discussing in the Olive studio this week:


A mysterious gift takes a woman on a strange adventure within her own life in the Oscar-nominated short, A Single Life.
— Eliza Green (@ElizaAnneGreen)

The Tokyo Olympics Gets a New, Kabuki-Inspired Logo

After a bit of controversy, a new logo is revealed for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
— Katie Yohn (@KatieLyohn)

Meet 4 Influential Women in Marketing and Media Who Are Creating a Culture of Change

Meet four women leaders that represent the future of advertising, marketing and media. As they work to embrace change, and empower their teams to do the same, they are sharing some insights and expertise.
— Jessie Reagan

The Fascinating Origin Story of Prince’s Iconic Symbol

As we remember the musical legend, Prince, take a deeper look into his symbolic icon.
— Leah Gauquie

Neil deGrasse Tyson thinks there’s a ‘very high’ chance the universe is just a simulation

Is this real life?! Mind, blown (maybe).
— Ben Oberg (@benoberg)

Ikea Just Launched a Cool Sims-Like Virtual Reality App

Virtual reality giving Ikea customers a new way to furniture shop.
— Gabriela Lozada (@gabrielalozada)

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