Splendid Sundays Volume 109

Sunday, November 11, 2012

A handful of splendid finds from around the worldwide web:

*Measuring what matters: why Klout or the number of Likes a status has aren't important. [Seth Godin]

*How fashion bloggers are cashing in. [The Guardian]

*Nike nears deal to sell Cole Haan [Financial Times]

*Can the rule-breaking font designers of three decades ago still break rules? [The Atlantic]

Noteworthy from The Splendid Collective:

*The Western U.S. Wedding Market Report is now available to purchase from Splendid Insights.

Recent wedding job postings:
Wedding Planning Intern at Engaging Events by Ali (Chicago, IL)
Event Designer at Mita Productions (Union City, CA)
Seamstress at Tears of Joy Seamstress Services (Orlando, FL)
List an opening for a wedding-related job or internship

Wedding Statistics: 72% of couples in the Western United States want to see more real weddings featured in wedding media and only 2% want to see fewer real weddings featured.

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