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That stuff!

timelightbox:

Photograph by T.J. Kirkpatrick—Getty Images
Oct. 14, 2013. President Barack Obama (C) helps bag sandwiches with furloughed federal workers Health and Human Services employee Chantelle Burton (L) and U.S. Census Burea employee Dolly Garcia, while they volunteer at a Martha’s Table kitchen in Washington.
From the last days of the government shutdown and the Muslim holy festival Eid al-Adha to Banksy’s continuing “residency” in the streets of New York and ecological reptile wresting, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

timelightbox:

Photograph by T.J. Kirkpatrick—Getty Images

Oct. 14, 2013. President Barack Obama (C) helps bag sandwiches with furloughed federal workers Health and Human Services employee Chantelle Burton (L) and U.S. Census Burea employee Dolly Garcia, while they volunteer at a Martha’s Table kitchen in Washington.

From the last days of the government shutdown and the Muslim holy festival Eid al-Adha to Banksy’s continuing “residency” in the streets of New York and ecological reptile wresting, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

creativemornings:

“In business and in life, you don’t get what you deserve, you get what you negotiate.”

Kate Kendall, Founder and CEO of The Fetch
speaking at CreativeMornings/Melbourne(*watch the talk)

creativemornings:

“In business and in life, you don’t get what you deserve, you get what you negotiate.”

Kate Kendall, Founder and CEO of The Fetch
speaking at CreativeMornings/Melbourne(*watch the talk)

thenextweb:

Bounce is an upcoming mobile app that uses Google Now-style notifications for appointments by monitoring traffic conditions in real-time to let you know when to leave. It also adds in a customizable buffer for all that extra time like walking to the car or finding your keys. An Android prototype has already notched more than 12,000 downloads and is getting some pretty enthusiastic reviews, and the company has now kicked off a crowdfunding project to raise money for the iPhone version. The team says they’ll make the app when they hit 5,000 $5 backers and they’re aiming to release it by mid 2013. Backing the project will guarantee a copy of the app, which will cost $5 a month when it goes on sale. (via Bounce wants to help you and your loved ones be on time - The Next Web)

itsjohnsen:

Two women wander through the ruins of London. The Blitz, 1940. The Illustrated

itsjohnsen:

Two women wander through the ruins of London. The Blitz, 1940.
The Illustrated

changed the game all together. But as I see the things from 1980 those evolved. It started with the big IBM servers and then came to PC and the of course the Mac. PC started evolving as more of personal area and then there was a clear segmentation for the personal space for the computer people started writing the documents, keeping the accounts, playing the games, reading the news on internet and sending the mail. This was the time when PC flourished in its various colours. Then came the Laptops which made PC look like a big fat Girlfriend of yours who was a charm of yours some time. The laptops also enabled us to write

There are times when you do hang out with your friends for birthday’s for parties and of course the Friday nights. You take photographs and yes those look awesome. Those photographs can tell stories and what if you group them all? The story becomes awesome !! So for the same purpose I came across an app called Picframe. Which lets you create collage of your photographs. Below are the features of the app.

creativemornings:

Just be honest. Be honest with who you are, be honest with your industry, and be honest with the clients.
Zack Arias, Photographer speaking at CreativeMornings/Atlanta (*watch the talk)

creativemornings:

Just be honest. Be honest with who you are, be honest with your industry, and be honest with the clients.

Zack Arias, Photographer
speaking at CreativeMornings/Atlanta (*watch the talk)