How can a party never end? Well, when you create dozens of Vines of your employees dancing and post them on a website called Non-Stop Dance Spot, the evidence takes on an air of permanence, as long as the server bills and domain checks are paid. This feels like Friday news, but in the coming season of office parties, we thought it would be worthwhile to show you what’s going on at Dentsu-owned 360i: A lot of two-stepping, some spinning, and mild hip thrusting that gets the job done. The website subs out the Vines every six seconds, so there’s always something new to look at. Somebody put a lot of effort into this silliness. I’m writing about this silliness. But even though it’s silly, it’s certainly unique as far as office parties are concerned.
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