|An artist's impression of an X-ray of an 'intelligent' concept cabin of an aircraft of the future|
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
The futuristic concept for travel in 40 years time has been unveiled in London by planemakers Airbus - and it'll terrify those who already have a fear of flying. Passengers will be able to see everything to the sides and in front of them. So blindfolds might be handy come take-off and landing time.
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
The same place but in a different season, the same thing but at a different time… I thought it might be an interesting idea to see how the environment changes, colours differ and details hide or show up. Light and colours can give the same place an altogether different mood according to the seasons. Every season has its pleasures! Have fun with these interesting photos in winter and summer and don’t forget that “If you give up when it’s winter, you will miss the promise of your spring, the beauty of your summer, fulfillment of your fall…
Sunday, August 21, 2011
Take a look at the graphic below, provided by our friends at Medical Insurance for a closer look at the shittier side of pooping.
These inventions are more like science fiction than real life, but they do really exist in our present life....
Interactive 360º 3-D Holographic Displays
Because English is such a complex language, it is fraught with traps that we all frequently fall into. With this list I hope to clear up at least a few of the confusing words we use every day. This is a list of some of the more common errors people make with English.
1. Practice / PractiseIn US English, practice is used as either a verb (doing word), or noun (naming word). Hence, a doctor has a practice, and a person practices the violin. In UK english, practice is a noun, and practise is a verb. A doctor has a practice, but his daughter practises the piano.