Socialnomics 2014 by Erik Qualman

Socialnomics 2014 by Erik Qualman

The most astonishing revelation one can take from the 2014 version of the worldwide known Socialnomics video is the fact that senior citizens are taking over Twitter as they belong to fastest growing demographic in the platform. Socialnomics 2014 by Erik … Continue reading

Beautiful Photos of Whales by Bryant Austin

Beautiful Photos of Whales by Bryant Austin

The selection above is just a glimpse of the impressive work you will find on photographer Bryant Austin work portfolio. He dedicated years of his life to capture the most amazing shots of whales, stuff you will not find anywhere … Continue reading

Six-Legged Wolf by Tomoko Konoike

Six-Legged Wolf by Tomoko Konoike

Tomoko Konoike is a highly skilled crafter, as you can see in her work entitled “Donning Animal Skins and Braided Grass”, a life-size wolf made out of wood, aluminium and of course, tiny tiles of mirror. As you could imagine, … Continue reading

Sculptures Made Out of Books by Jonathan Callan

Sculptures Made Out of Books by Jonathan Callan

Jonathan Callan transforms old books into some impressive organic figures completely obliterating their initial meaning. He curls, wraps, and folds booklets to merge them together by using metal screws, and the result is these collection of extremely curious sculptures, each … Continue reading

The World’s First Computer Programmer

The Worlds First Computer Programmer

The computer industry is know to be dominated by men, but it was not always so. One of the most important figures in the history of technology was a in fact a woman, her name was Ada King, and she … Continue reading

Code Kingdoms Teaches Kids to Code

Code Kingdoms Teaches Kids to Code

If you think that learning how to code is something boring, can you imagine how would a six year old would feel about it? That’s the challenge that Code Kingdoms is working on by teaching kids to code in a … Continue reading

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