“The early bird” great in theory. Why not give it a go? The New Habit Challenge: Wake Up Insanely Early | Fast Company | Business + Innovation http://ow.ly/zPDjZ
I can’t tell you how many times I have wished – This Could Be The Last Calendar App You Ever Install ⚙ Co.Labs ⚙ code + community http://ow.ly/zPCTQ
Get your filters checked out! The Emotional Boundaries You Need at Work – Greg McKeown – Harvard Business Review http://ow.ly/zEyYQ
What a great idea.
Talk about solid innovative thinking. The video below showcases the “Current Table” designed by Marjan Van Aubell in conjunction with Solaronix. The table uses Dye Sensitized Solar Cells to create electric current for the work surface. Dye Sensitized Solar Cells can work with diffused light and do not need direct sunlight to create electric current. The process is similar to the way plants create energy through photosynthesis. The entire glass table top surface is in essence a large solar panel attached to the frame and legs which contain connectors for all of your electronic devices. This makes Current Table the first piece of furniture that is harvesting energy indoors where utility and aesthetics are combined in everyday objects. The innovative table has a triangular base made of wood, that neatly holds the bold colored tabletop with a simple, natural based. Great aesthetics combined with high-tech functionality. This is right up my alley.
Amnesty International – Pens on Vimeo http://ow.ly/yA1lP Awesome if somewhat disturbing inspirational film. Deeply moving.
There but for the grace…
I really like the fact that the New York Times has embraced dynamic media and is actively producing high quality video and animations for their website. They could have been like so many other publications and thought of it as secondary to the rest of their content, but they haven’t. CAse in point is the animated series “Modern Love” and the videos they have released not only to the New York Times website, but to their Vimeo channel ad other social media outlets.
The video below was released about a week ago via the Times. Directed and animated by Brookly based designer Freddy Arenas, the animated short takes the story of two individuals with a significant age difference in their relationship. Through a clever use of visual metaphors and visual illusions, the short film talks about the devotion of love in the face of adversity and challenges. The piece has…
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