A charming exercise in metaphorical thinking and symbolic representation. Rodin believed that his art was about removing the stone not part of the sculpture to reveal the essence of his artistic vision.
[Photographs: Erin Zimmer] My put-an-egg-on-it philosophy applies to most dishes. Got leftovers? Reheat; put an egg on it. Got a salad or sandwich, or pretty much anything else? Put an egg on it, please!
Looking for even more inspiration from the 1920s? Then check out these vintage fashion illustrations from the era. We've gotta say: These guys are looking pretty fantastic. Bootlegging and impending Great
In a never-before-seen clip, Steve Jobs admits that Apple’s legacy will be buried under future innovation. We disagree. Steve Jobs was known for hyperbole–using rhetoric like “magical” to sell us processors
Let's play a game. Quickly name three philosophers of any historical era and write them down. If you are really ambitious, name five. Take your time and think about it. It's OK. I'll wait. Now look at
“In order to control myself I must first accept myself by going with and not against my nature.” With his singular blend of physical prowess and metaphysical wisdom, coupled with his tragic untimely death,
Sure, Evernote is great for jotting down recipes and syncing notes to the cloud, but users lacking in the memory department still had to rely on external alarm apps to remind them of their to-do lists.
Widgets have been around for a long time. It used to be one of the features that made Android better than iOS. These days, our reliance on widgets has waned. Between better designed apps, quick settings,