Articles Posted in the Creative Category

  • Death defying adventures in photography

    Without the judgmental filter of Photoshop running through the brain, Kerry Skarbakka’s images can be disturbing. We’ve all seen enough bad news stories to imagine what happens when we see scenes from Skarbakka’s photographs. Someone falls off a ladder with nothing to grasp, or head first down some stairs, or in a bathtub, naked. The naked ones particularly cringy – unless you’re Heidi Klum and Seal who are rumored to not be very bothered by nudity.

  • What would you do with more senses?

    What would you do with more senses?

    Latest news says that a man in Italy is able to experience the sense of touch through his robotic arm and he can control it with his thoughts. Meanwhile there is also word that one…

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    Electronic Pick Pocketing WREG

    Electronic Pick Pocketing It’s new technology being used in credit and debit cards, and it’s already leaving nearly 140 million people at-risk for electronic pick pocketing.  It all centers around radio frequency identification technology, or…

  • A welcome mat for defectors?

    Your new employee starts today. Roll out the welcome mat. Balloons. Flowers. Cake. We love cake and red carpets. Now there’s word that a company out there is rolling out said red carpet for employees…

  • Cold Calling Brand Refresh

    Much has been written about the + (-) of cold calling…if you’re reading this you are probably familiar with those and curious as to the future of it. The paradigm shift, or perceived shift that our economy is experiencing/seeking/reacting to is bringing up the question as to whether it is still an effective sales tool.

  • Technology on-the-fly and more

    That the age of computing has changed music isn’t news to anyone, not even the folks living under a rock. But over the past few years the curious trend called “Livecoding,” or on-the-fly programming continues…

  • The man of opera and CDs

    Who would have guessed that the size of a CD had anything to do with Beethoven’s Ninth? If this is true we should all be singing a song of joy in celebration of the life…

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    Hover Bike allows Riders to Float, Star Wars Style

    US manufacturer Aerofex releases footage of its new device hovering in the desert, performing a series of maneuvers. The ‘hover bike’ can be suspended up to 15ft in the air, and can reach speeds of 30mph.…

  • Turn your sketches into photos

    Turn your sketches into photos

    When is a photograph not necessarily a photograph? That would be when it’s a Photosketch. Above average sketchers have probably thought of their work as being comparable to photographs but now some students in China…