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What is a classic? What makes a movie a classic, or classic literature, and even classic logos? What I love about this very concept of a ‘classic’ in human society is the poetry in it. Does something being classic, invoke…

June 19, 2012 by

The location of navigation controls in Web browsers seem to have become less efficient over the years. Originally clustered together on the left-hand side of the URL bar to minimize the amount of mousing required, the Back, Forward, Stop and…

June 12, 2012 by

Over the last little while (yes that’s a time frame) there has been a HUGE influx of vintage-inspired designs. People seem to seek a more handmade feel in their product’s branding. Perhaps because much of our lives are spent in…

June 5, 2012 by

Smartphones are quickly becoming commonplace for mobile communication, organization and anytime access to the Internet. However, staying aware of various notifications and even the current time is not very convenient when you have to keep pulling the phone out of…

May 29, 2012 by

What makes something stand the test of time? Is it love? A combination of beauty and function? Love, for me at least, is hard to put into words, but whatever it is, it is not often without its dramatics. In…

May 22, 2012 by

A red dot award-winning design by Daniel So, the Duo Tapware effortlessly transforms from a mild-mannered faucet to a drinking fountain. Flip the handle up to turn it on with water exiting from the downward-facing port. Swing the handle clockwise…

May 15, 2012 by

Watch “Topsy Turvy” About the film Being ever resourceful and clever, the Eames used toys to illustrate artistry, again showing how everything is connected. Toys were in several of the Eames’s films, including “Tops” (1969), a purely visual film that…

May 8, 2012 by

Although the search box in Firefox’s toolbar is handy, it’s really not necessary for searching the Web. Unless you take advantage of having other search engines available via the search box, you can get rid of it completely to regain…

May 1, 2012 by

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