Sunday, 22 February 2015

Random Stuff I Posted on Twitter: February 21, 2015


Watch by Nigel Van Wieck (b 1949); artist web site; American Gallery



Vase: Tumblr Wasbella102






Guardian (Myorca) by James Watson, Canadian artist; Imagekind



TIME (Mar 13/2014) How to Make Your Life Better by Sending Five Simple Emails by Eric Barker
I’ve covered a lot of research on how to make your life better but many people struggle with implementing changes because it seems like a major undertaking. It doesn’t have to be. You can make strides in 5 fundamental areas by just sending 5 emails.

HAPPINESS
Every morning send a friend, family member or co-worker an email to say thanks for something.

JOB
At the end of the week, send your boss an email and sum up what you’ve accomplished.

GROWTH
Once a week email a potential mentor.

FRIENDSHIP
Email a good friend and make plans.

CAREER
Send an email to someone you know (but don’t know very well) and check in.


It's always the quiet ones: Pinterest: Saints & Sinners 18+ (B/W)



Yoco Nagamiya, graphic design, fashion illustrator; Pinterest



Published on Apr 7, 2014 by Jordan Bijan
YouTube: 5 Year Old Jordan Writes A Hip Hop Song In 30 Seconds
5 year old Jordan shows you how to write a hip hop song. All music played by Jordan. Jordan is from Brampton, Ontario.



References

my blog: Villa La Gaeta, Lake Como, Italy - Feb 18/2015
A beautiful vista, a classy locale, and an interesting bit of trivia for a movie fan. In 2006, the world was impressed by a reboot of the James Bond franchise when Daniel Craig took over as our favourite spy in the movie Casino Royale. ... I won't delve into the movie and its plot, but the final scene of the movie shows the mysterious Mr. White driving up to Villa La Gaeta on Lake Como, Italy. It is a fabulous residence with a spectacular view. Breath-taking. This has to be how the truly wealthy or the truly evil live.

my blog: Animated GIFs - Mar 19/2014

my blog: Cinemagraph: The Work of Kevin Burg and Jamie Beck - Mar 23/2014
Cinemagraphs are still photographs in which a minor and repeated movement occurs. Cinemagraphs, which are usually published in an animated GIF format, can give the illusion that the viewer is watching a video.

my blog: Seeing New York City Through the Eyes of Kevin Burg and Jamie Beck - Mar 24/2014

my blog: Animating Still Photos - Mar 27/2014
When I think of an animated GIF, I immediately think of a mini-video: either an extract from an actual video looping over and over, or something like a cartoon where several frames are presented one after another to give the illusion of movement. Recently, I discovered that people had found the means to add movement to a still photograph with stunning results.

my blog: More Animation - Dec 11/2014

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