Imagine 250,000 polymer clay beads rolling down the streets of San Francisco. In this Sony video they’re actually colorful super bounce balls. The images are so fanciful and liberating that they had to be shared. You may have seen the ad during the Super Bowl but it’s worth a second look.

And on a more serious note, two reminders from the National Guild.

First, they’re rebuilding their web site and would appreciate having lots of pictures of members’ work. If you’re willing to share pictures from your web site, drop the webmaster an email giving her (Barbara Forbes-Lyons) your permission. Or if you have digital pictures that aren’t already online, send them along.

Second, the Progress and Possibilities 2007 entries deadline is creeping up on us. April 1 will be here before you know it. Diane Villano is waiting for your paperwork.

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