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Artist's pride

To be able to appreciate Vincent’s painting, you must have at least the eye of Vincent’s calibre. If not, his paintings would seem strange. And because his standard was so high, few could appreciate his work and no one bought a single piece from him for many years. 147 more words

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JAMIE'S BLOG - YEAR 7 - KINDNESS  :: DAY 49 strength

And Hope. 

Sitting in our nation’s capital is a powerful reminder to me. I am reminded of many things, some I learned in school, some I learned through the school of life, some I learned through my college roommates who have become¬†lifelong friends. 128 more words

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Herd instinct

A guy decides to prank his friends by spreading the rumour that there’s a huge discount sale going on at Funan IT Store. The fake information spreads over the social media, and soon the guy begins receiving back convincing variations of his original message. 67 more words

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Friday List #4

  • Some really cool looking UI examples are compiled by CodeMyUI.com, lots of nice design. Read here
  • I wrote an article about pizza in Bristol for Buzzfeed, you can comment about how Flour&Ash isn’t on there…
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Bristol

Agloe -a town at the brink of virtuality and reality

Before GPS and Google Maps, paper road maps were in high demand. Competing cartographers would sometimes not bother to survey actual locations but simply copy existing maps and sell the copies as their own to save time and effort. 221 more words

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From Page to Path

“Instead of the thorn shall come up the cypress; instead of the brier shall come up the myrtle; and it shall make a name for the Lord, and everlasting sign that shall not be cut off.” Isaiah 55:13… 857 more words

Polarization amidst globalization

“Especially in the world that we live in now, where many people are in their own social media bubbles, and in their own echo chambers… We just keep reaffirming our own beliefs within that echo chamber, and very rarely do we look across and engage in a conversation.”

– Boo Junfeng

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