When reflecting on the city of Rome, scenes of beautiful ruins or sculptures of the gods may come to mind. But let’s not forget that if there’s one thing the Romans have always done well, it’s throw lavish parties worthy of bringing down empires (behind building aqueducts and naming things, of course). Every astute traveler… Read more »
Humans are visual people. You often hear the phrase “too long and no pictures” and its derivatives. In Internet-speak the term is tl:dr, meaning “too long; didn’t read”. The truth is, more bloggers and website owners are using infographics to get points across. A wall of text is never attractive to anyone browsing the web…. Read more »
The modern office is a temple to the art of multi-tasking. But as new Technology has become an increasingly important part of our daily lives, it is also becoming more difficult to focus on what we should actually be doing – namely working! We check our Smartphones, answer an email, Tweet, update our Facebook status… Read more »
People don’t seem to collect things any more. Movies and music are often digital and people are conscious about waste. Never has buying a gift been so difficult. For children it’s not so hard, but for adults looking for gifts for their partner, it can sometimes be a nightmare. So what do you do? Practical… Read more »
In this fourteenth edition of Musical Interlude we feature new Music videos by Cold Mailman, Woodkid, Samantha Crain, Tonique and Foals, as well as a short documentary on the New Orleans “Bounce Music” scene. That B.E.A.T. by Abteen Bagheri My Recurring Dream by Cold Mailman I Love You by Woodkid Never Going Back by Samantha… Read more »
In the fifth collection of Photography Inspiration, we have collated 30 of the best photographs taken recently. Whether you are looking to improve your own technique or just want to admire some excellent Photography, you are sure to find some Inspiration in these exceptional examples.
Madrid is arguably the liveliest city in all of Spain, and in this European capital city, partying is a way of life; bars don’t typically get busy until 11pm or midnight and clubs stay open until sunrise. An influx of university students and international travelers have only helped maintain the city’s status as the ultimate… Read more »
Marla Mase is a writer/performer/producer/singer/songwriter from New York City. She writes songs, plays, monologues, short stories, erotica, blogs, and poems. Marla is known for her provocative, raw performance style and intelligent lyrics and is regarded by her peers as being a true musical pioneer of our time. She is backed by the Tomás Doncker Band…. Read more »