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Apr 30, 2012

Do not be limited by what works, because that is history. This applies to best practices, tried and tested solutions, quick fixes etc. Instead, understand that the subject is changing and may be changed/driven by different forces than before. Do not follow advices and apply blindly.

Apr 28, 2012

Our prime years should be spent living out adventures in pursuit of our dreams.

Mar 1, 2012 / 6 notes
Feb 27, 2012

Day of Awakening

It is at the end of the tunnel that man discovers light pouring in from a non-linear world, one free of any predetermined storyline, one filled with limitless possibilities.

It is such a realisation that man discovers that he has the power to choose what he desires, and that that need not necessarily be sinful. In fact, man discovers that it is hardly the easy way out, just that now he embraces challenges that he seeks to overcome for his own accord, and not suffering because he was told to do so.

And so man discovers what living is really about.

moneyisnotimportant:

[Buy it here]
Feb 18, 2012 / 479 notes
springwise:

Insulated bag enables low-carbon cooking via heat retention


Cooking is a major source of carbon pollution in the developing world, inspiring the innovation of carbon-negative alternatives such as the LuciaStove from Rwandan Inyenyeri. Offering a different approach to the problem, the Wonderbag is an insulated device that greatly reduces fuel use by enabling cooking via heat retention. READ MORE…
Feb 18, 2012 / 7 notes

springwise:

Insulated bag enables low-carbon cooking via heat retention

Cooking is a major source of carbon pollution in the developing world, inspiring the innovation of carbon-negative alternatives such as the LuciaStove from Rwandan Inyenyeri. Offering a different approach to the problem, the Wonderbag is an insulated device that greatly reduces fuel use by enabling cooking via heat retention. READ MORE…

timelightbox:

Felipe Dana—AP
February  8, 2012. Morgue workers remove the body of a man killed during a shooting from the crime scene at Itinga neighborhood in Salvador, Brazil. About one-third of Bahia state’s 30,000 patrolling police went on strike last week. During the strike the murder rate in Salvador, the nation’s third-largest city, doubled.
From snow storms in Rome and Superbowl XLVI to protests in Egypt and Queen Elizabeth II’s Jubilee, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week. See the whole gallery here.
Feb 18, 2012 / 24 notes

timelightbox:

Felipe Dana—AP

February  8, 2012. Morgue workers remove the body of a man killed during a shooting from the crime scene at Itinga neighborhood in Salvador, Brazil. About one-third of Bahia state’s 30,000 patrolling police went on strike last week. During the strike the murder rate in Salvador, the nation’s third-largest city, doubled.

From snow storms in Rome and Superbowl XLVI to protests in Egypt and Queen Elizabeth II’s Jubilee, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week. See the whole gallery here.

Feb 18, 2012 / 1,774 notes
photojojo:

A Fuji X100 as seen through the eyes of a Canon 5D Mark II. That’s a lucky photographer!
Photo by Tоny Eccles; via e-pic
Feb 18, 2012 / 684 notes

photojojo:

A Fuji X100 as seen through the eyes of a Canon 5D Mark II. That’s a lucky photographer!

Photo by Tоny Eccles; via e-pic

I think I found a language, how to show things, that can make you look at things in a slightly different way than what you’re used to.
Rineke Dijkstra | (via Art Photo Collector)
Feb 18, 2012 / 37 notes
infographed:

Weather modification technology is improving more and more.  There is also a project being tested in the Gulf of Mexico that involves a fleet of ships changing the temperature of ocean currents in order to divert hurricanes.
Feb 18, 2012 / 9 notes

infographed:

Weather modification technology is improving more and more.  There is also a project being tested in the Gulf of Mexico that involves a fleet of ships changing the temperature of ocean currents in order to divert hurricanes.

Feb 18, 2012 / 663 notes
Feb 18, 2012 / 19 notes

fastcompany:

“We want brands to view us as a place full of their fans and influencers,” says CTO and cofounder Pasha Sadri. To that end, last fall it introduced the Polyvore Intelligence Report, a monthly set of analytics that breaks down the demographics of Polyvore users and tracks their top trends and items. The report is sent for free to select retailers, designers, and editors, revealing what shoppers want now. (Hot: fisherman sweaters and studded handbags!) 

Most Innovative Companies: #28 Polyvore

allthingseurope:

Plitvice, Croatia(by coolhandluke)
Feb 18, 2012 / 1,468 notes

allthingseurope:

Plitvice, Croatia(by coolhandluke)

fastcompany:

Tumblr is about to grow its design staff to two people. How did they become so design-centric when so few designers work there?

How Tumblr Created A Design Culture With No Design Team
Feb 18, 2012 / 130 notes

fastcompany:

Tumblr is about to grow its design staff to two people. How did they become so design-centric when so few designers work there?

How Tumblr Created A Design Culture With No Design Team