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Useless machines ?

In case you don’t already know. Here is an example of what could possibly be the most useless machine ever: I need to get me one of these… Advertisements

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The design behind “on” and “off”

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between these symbols : This link will help you understand the design decisions behind all such symbols. Never again do you have to get confused while using an on/off switch 🙂

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Stop motion

According to wikipedia : Stop motion s an animation technique to make a physically manipulated object appear to move on its own. The object is moved in small increments between individually photographed frames, creating the illusion of movement when the … Continue reading

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Photo manipulation – art? inspiration?

Photo manipulation is one of the most common topics among Photoshop enthusiasts. It is the simple task of taking one or more pictures and representing them in ways unimaginable. Photo manip. is done by everybody, whether its children or photoshop … Continue reading

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A vision of the computing future

Many of you might have seen this, but I think its worth sharing as it gives us a very very good look at what our current generation thinks of the future. Though I love this vision, I am a little … Continue reading

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Everyday Creativity

Learn how to perform some of the most common daily activities faster. Some claim these tricks can save weeks of your life !

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Creative Advertising – the Honda cog commercial

This commercial has been critically acclaimed and has won a lot of awards for its thinking and execution. This ad for the 2008 Honda Accord shows parts from the Accord falling onto each other so as to actually move the vehicle … Continue reading

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