Welcome to another edition of Kendeo's Weekender.  We hope you enjoy this collection of cool things we've found for you.

Here's another of our "before" images for some upcoming Kendeo marketing stuff, because sometimes things aren't as clear as they need to be:

How do you live up to your business ideas?

You can't go wrong with a poster of all the Batmen:

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Jonathan Harris, of We Feel Fine, has some words of wisdom for becoming well known:

A bit of advice I give to art students or younger people is this: You’ll become known for doing what you do. It’s a simple saying, but it’s true. When you do something, you will become known as the kind of person who does that particular thing. The only way to start being asked to do something you want to do is to start doing that thing on your own. Eventually, if you do it well, and long enough, people will start asking you to do it for them.

Ever thought about choosing a hotel based upon the quality of its WiFi?  Now you can.

Trying to hire some creative folks?  Pay attention to their body language:

If you want to hire creative thinkers, interview them in pairs, and beware of the over-eager interviewee nodding, bucking, and jiving when you're trying to tell him or her about your company. That guy's probably a little slow. 

Nick Pettit on making time for ideas -- but not too much time:

You can always make more ideas, but you can’t make more time. If you decide to work on an idea, make sure you’re serious about it. Sleep on it, think about it, share it with other people. If you’re still crazy passionate about it, then do it. — Nick Pettit, Treehouse, February 24, 2014.

Why Pinterest Exists: Things That Don't Need to Exist.