Since commissioning John Baldessari to create a set of pillowcases, the team at conceptual periodical The Thing Quarterly has been hard at work to send subscribers delightful (and usable) objects dreamt up by creatives—most recently a 12″ LP designed……
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Down my building, there is a small bookstore entirely dedicated to fight cruelty towards animal. Their main topic is veganism and globally to stop people from eating animals. They are efficient and do their job great, but they can sometimes sound a bit too serious for people. In this post you can see a few […]
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When I’m home for the holidays, one of my most beloved traditions involves sifting through my time capsule of a bedroom, where decades of PC Magazines, PC Worlds, Windows Magazines, and Visual Basic Programmer’s Journals collect dust. These were my bibles as a youngster: magical cocktails of attainable and unattainable technology pulling me forward into an education and career in engineering. If it weren’t for PC Magazine in particular, I’m not sure I ever would’ve touched a line of code. And now, today, I’m a founding editor of a publication that I consider something of a spiritual successor to those classic mags. I’d like nothing more than to be inspiring an eleven-year-old somewhere to pursue a career in technology, the way PC Mag did…
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Are you a freelance creative? Maybe you’re a jobbing designer thinking about making the leap into full-time freelance; perhaps you know an illustrator already going it alone… Computer Arts issue 236 is a freelance special, packed full of essential information, tips and tricks – whether you’re thinking about taking the plunge or are already an established freelance professional.
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There’s no denying that design awards are a divisive issue within the creative industry. For some, they’re a great reward for hard work, but many talented creatives don’t enter them – whether for budget reasons, or simply on principle.
If your iPhone 5’s battery life suddenly took a turn for the worse, it may not just be you. Apple today launched a battery replacement program for some iPhone 5 devices sold between September 2012 and January 2013. According to the company, these devices may “suddenly experience shorter battery life or need to be charged more frequently.” As with other voluntary repair efforts, Apple’s put up a serial number validator for people to check if they have one of the affected units. It’s also offering refunds for people who may have paid to have their battery replaced, which Apple charges $ 79 to do out of its one year warranty.
Looks like WordPress is going to bring in the new feature called issue tracker. Let’s have a look at what exactly it is, and how this feature can help an average user.
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The winning poster created by Creature London The advertising industry may be associated with frivolity, but it’s always keen to use print ads to engage with the serious issues in society too.