Archive for the ‘2011, November’ Category

Interesting news for Photoshop fans.  You will soon be able to change the perspective further within an image, as well as print your design work using native 3D printer support. Read more at PC magazine: HERE


Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school. Albert Einstein    


While TV sets with curved screens have been in the news over the last year. Samsung have unveiled a product at CES 2014 in Las Vegas this week that showcases a new technology development. The demonstration unit has an 85″ LCD HD screen that may change from a flat screen to a curved display at […]


People Tweet to inform, share & connect with their extended community of contacts.  But ultimately for self-affirmation; harvesting evidence they exist & matter to others.


Boundaries exist in order to be pushed.  Conventions demand to be broken.  


Sometimes quotes from long ago have an amazing connection to the modern business world. The quote below is from Gaius Petronius Arbiter (c. 27 – 66 AD) who was a  Roman courtier during Nero’s reign: “We trained hard … but it seemed that every time we were beginning to form up into legions we would be reorganized. […]


A very interesting story in BrandRepublic: Here The BBC are set to allow programmes to be downloaded from BBC iPlayer to Apple  iPads, iPhones and iPods. The quality of BBC content will enrich media portability and eventually extend to Android slates and mobile phones too. _________________________________________________________________ The article from Brand Republic mentions: Programmes will be […]


iPhone 5 The above link to the video provides a physical comparison between iPhone 5 and the current 4S.  Launch date rumours range from 13th to 21st September 2012. The new 16×9 longer format widescreen and new power cable connector are both confirmed in the video.  The processor and new smaller sim size remain persistent […]


View on Slideshare: Master of Storytelling This resource provides advice on storytelling theory, as well as lots of links and examples to help you become better at presenting information or proposals. Storytelling makes presentations more memorable, it provokes discussion and primes your audience to act upon your recommendations. Or download here: Masters of Storytelling August 2012


Ecce Homo was originally painted in just 2 hours in 1910 by Elias Garcia Martinez. This week news broke that a woman in her 80′s had tried to restore it to it’s original glory; to a catastrophic result. Within 24 hours digital copies of other art works are staring to surface on the net, featuring […]


Sales for the iPhone 4S push Apple into the global major league for mobile phone sales volume in the first quarter of Apple’s financial year. The sales trend also clearly shows the dip in sales of the current main model in the quarter before each new product is launched (3G, 3GS, 4G, 4); as consumers anticipate […]


TED – Rory Sutherland    


A good infographic from Time Out, May 2012: Here  


HP saw their future in Palm Palm had a track record of quality smartphones using their webOS and bet the farm in developing the Palm Pre range. While critics loved them, consumers gave them a tepid response and Palm achieved only a 1.5% global market share in 2009; posting a financial loss for 11 straight […]



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