design-is-fine:

Otto E. Voigt, Coffeepot from Saxonia service, 1904. Porcelain. Meissen, Via Wolfsonian

selfd:

Souvenir (1992) by Cy Twombly

selfd:

Souvenir (1992) by Cy Twombly

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lensblr-network:

olympic national park / washington

verymanypixels:

I took this shot at one of my favorite locations on the shores of Ammersee in Bavaria. The Alps are in the background, with Zugspitze covered in clouds. I’ve long known this gorgeous little pier, and conditions were looking great that day. Long after the busy summer season, I had the place all to myself — a very peaceful experience.
You can buy digital versions and prints of this image over on 500px.

verymanypixels:

I took this shot at one of my favorite locations on the shores of Ammersee in Bavaria. The Alps are in the background, with Zugspitze covered in clouds. I’ve long known this gorgeous little pier, and conditions were looking great that day. Long after the busy summer season, I had the place all to myself — a very peaceful experience.

You can buy digital versions and prints of this image over on 500px.

inonechart:

Network Television Is Imploding

landscapelifescape:

Gibson’s Steps, Great Ocean Road, Australia

by Dee-T

It’s been 20 years since the first major label track went online

mostlysignssomeportents:

image It’s been 20 years since the first major label experiment in putting music online: on Jun 27, 1994, Geffen Music put a WAV file of Aerosmith’s “Head First” on Compuserve, which waved its hourly fee for people who wanted to download the track over their dial-up modems.

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Through discussion, research and reflecting upon past experience, we discover that it is a story the consumer buys, not a logo. A story that sticks in people’s minds, supported by a consistently memorable customer experience creates loyalty.

Consumers can connect with a brand in a myriad of ways – through websites, apps, digital advertising, magazines, events, shopping environment, packaging, product, customer service … the list is truly endless. What is important is that if a customer has a bad experience in one of those touchpoints, it will be difficult to correct that experience. A great logo will not be enough to save the brand.

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Why logos are important in developing markets | Siegel Gale

via Peter Spear

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explore-blog:

How wonderful that a Google Doodle is celebrating the 215th birthday of Mary Anning, the self-trained, citizen-scientist fossil hunter who discovered the very first dinosaur skeleton.

explore-blog:

How wonderful that a Google Doodle is celebrating the 215th birthday of Mary Anning, the self-trained, citizen-scientist fossil hunter who discovered the very first dinosaur skeleton.

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