24 October 2011


(Definition) "Droste Effect" : depicts a smaller version of itself in a place where a similar picture would realistically be expected to appear. This smaller version then depicts an even smaller version of itself in the same place, and so on (in heraldry is termed 'mise en abyme'). Example

The mess of Knowledge Management groups on LinkedIn

Scientists bend nanowires into 3-D structures

Screw Viral Videos

Modern Day "Shakleton Recruiting Ad"

(Video) Law of Attraction in Action  Via

"... when your thoughts become things, and your dreams start coming true, they invariably bring along with them totally unexpected, life-changing manifestations that just blow your mind ..." - The Universe
"To be in touch with creativity on a daily, even hourly, basis may just happen to edge yourself closer to divinity." - Robert Genn
"The best creatives think, 'Go big or go home.' If they are going to go to the trouble of writing a book, preparing a speech, or recording an album, they might as well make the biggest impact they can." - Michael Hyatt
"The great artist is a slave to his ideals." - Christian Nestell Bovee
"He was not merely a wild man; he was part of the wild, one with untameable elements of life; in his veins ran the blood of the wolf-pack; in his brain lurked the brooding depths of the northern night; his heart throbbed with the fire of blazing forests." - Robert E. Howard, Excerpt from 'Black Colossus'

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