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SpaceFinder Update

I thought it would be useful and possibly even interesting to share recent progress with our SpaceFinder project since Kirsten’s excellent post two weeks ago. Firstly I should say if you don’t know what SpaceFinder is yet the very best thing you can do is go back and… 861 more words


Concept of the Day: BMW 3.0 CSL Hommage

Bit of an overdue catch-up here, but we’ll start with this BMW 3.0 CSL Hommage concept shown at Villa d’Este last week. Design-wise, you can read the full lowdown… 529 more words


The Marathon Drive

“The miles is the goal” says Ryan Bingham (George Clooney) in the movie “Up In The Air”. He is talking about the frequent flier miles he aggregates on living life out of a suitcase, as he travels across the states in air. 465 more words



Well, that’s been a long time ago.. It’s a shame it took so long before I started blogging again, but good news: I’m back!

I can give you a lot of excuses which are related to my graduating and other activities I had, but instead of that I would love to give you some (trend) inspiration by showing you my… 38 more words


Chiropractic and Ortho-Bionomy

I’m often asked “What is Ortho-Bionomy?” My response of “a way to remind the body of how to stay in comfort” is not always enough information. 449 more words

Experiences With Ortho

Throwback Thursday: The Power of the Conceptual Lens

Two years ago, Lynn Erickson, author, trainer and creator of a systematic method for designing curriculum called Concept-Based Curriculum and Instruction, was gracious enough to contribute to Ed to Save the World as a guest blogger. 501 more words

Stage 3: Concept Based Curriculum And Instruction

Nerf, or Naught

This project is based on the new Nerf Modulus, due to be released later this year. I’ve always liked the design of Nerf Blasters, mostly due to the way they are partway between a toy and some sort of sci-fi movie prop; I especially like the way they have parts that can be attached and detached. 535 more words