Monthly archive for ‘ December, 2014 ’

Pot of Gold in Web Design

23rd December 2014 | 1 Comment

The web designing world just like any other business has its juicy clients that they are sure to earn a lot of money. It is like the big money ticket that everyone is eager to get. This, however is a bit different in the case of the web designing community. Ben Shaoul does this kind […]

Dollar Origami Based Microscope

9th December 2014 | 1 Comment

  An ambitious team (James S Cybulski, James Cemments and Manu Prakash), has engineered an affordable, portable microscope made of folded paper, allowing it to be effectively stored, transported and used in remote locations. Published in peer reviewed journal, Plus One, their paper outlines the science behind the product, as well as its advantages and […]

Terry Richardson, Fashion’s Punk Eye

5th December 2014 | 1 Comment

If you’re into fashion, photography, or art, you have certainly known the work of Terry Richardson. And if you’re not into those things, you have no doubt still seen his work: he has become the ubiquitous go-to guy for anything a little bit edgy. Even his look is edgy, a little bit of punk-meets-hipster. Richardson […]

Prehumans May Have Created Art

3rd December 2014 | 1 Comment

We know that our prehuman ancestors were like modern humans in many ways. They had similar social structures, omnivorous diets, and rudimentary toolmaking ability. However, there is one area of development that human beings believed set them apart from all of their ancestors: art. Artistic inventiveness was thought to be a uniquely human trait, but […]