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Maurice Sendak

RIP Maurice Sendak, may we all venture forth to find our own Wild Things and have our own Wild Rumpuses.. thank you for paving the way of adventurers. Life has hard parts, and life has scary parts, even when you're a kid. Maybe it's
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Animated GIFs by Dain Fagerholm

Do not adjust your monitor. The brain shaking you are experiencing is the incredible work of Dain Fagerholm. Dain hails from Seattle, WA but his work is from another world entirely. An illustrator by trade, Dain has created an entire portfolio of hand drawn
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Tiny Art

Think small! In our culture of super-sized everything, from cars to meals to homes to the waistlines of the denizens that live here, it's easy to forget the power of the little.
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Cloud Storage: Which is the Best?

Cloud storage is nothing new. It used to be primarily designers for file sharing and easy accessibility between clients, but as technology advances sharing services have grown in popularity and accessibility.
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Creativity and Boredom

While we sit and fret about the state of the next generation, their lack of conversation and obsession with technological gadgets, let's wait in line at the grocery store, in a long line and check for text messages, send your partner a message saying
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Well Hello, Adobe CS6 and Creative Cloud

Adobe hosted a special event this past Monday in San Francisco to officially unveil Creative Suite 6 and the highly-anticipated Creative Cloud to the design world.
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Etch A Sketch Shakes America Up

Etch A Sketch, the classic children’s toy made by Ohio Art, met the phrase, “any press is good press” face-to-face last month when Mitt Romney’s 2012 presidential campaign aide Eric Fehrnstrom related Romney’s political positions to an Etch A Sketch. “Well, I
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On Origin

Think of the last toddler you saw who so desperately wanted to know "Why?" Part of us is still that toddler wanting to know why the sky is blue. Why is this logo green? Why is the bag brown? Why is my bankcard gold?