U.S.economy is according to some on the verge of the recession, according to others it is already in recession. The stock markets are falling down. Not only in USA, they are falling down across the globe. Breaking News Alert from NYT Stock Markets in Europe Plunge 7 Percent Stocks Open Sharply Lower Despite Interest-Rate Cut [...]
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I received an “8 things you might not know about me” meme, and since it’s a wave rolling through the internet, I’d like to send it on to Nadja Pass author on Share A Brainwave whom I’ve never met, but i imagine has an interesting story to tell.
DON’T WORRY…Share a Brainwave is still vibrant, alive and kicking…and the brainwaving for Reflexioner on Waves will continue here. But now I’m ready to launch the second wave challenge: Waves of Wisdom Waves of Wisdom is a virtual relay race. Curius minds and great thinkers challenge eachother answer and pass on the same question: “What’s [...]
After long nights of dancing, high heels and a somewhat blurry mind the feet call for a wavy, pepperminty retreat.
Some spend hours creating the perfect wavy hairdo – others are blessed with a wavy hairdo au naturel:
When I was a teenager I dug out the old wooden armchairs that used to belong to my greatgrand-parents from the basement in my parent’s house. The chairs were beautiful, old, carved, deeeeeep chairs that invited and inspired my guests to share their thoughts and lofty ideas. But the chairs were old and eventually they [...]
…spirits are lifted, thoughts blur and everything tends to look somewhat wavy…
At Reboot – the yearly international meet-up for visionary inventors, philosophers, tech-geeks and interdisciplinary thinkers – JaiKu-inventor Juri EngestrÃ¶m presented this slide. It shows the fast-blooming-and-dying-cycles of webnetworks that have succeeded in spreading rapidly by having people connect and link to one-another – but eventually die out because they fail to offer a relevant focus/obejct/reason [...]
The June-waveband for Share A Brainwave is created by the Danish photographer Simon HÃ¸gsberg. He describes himself as follows: Photographer Simon HÃ¸gsberg: graduated from School of Media in London in 2001. Since then he has been working as a freelance photographer in Copenhagen. Winner of Anders Bording’s photo prize 2007 for a series of portraits [...]
Yet another piece of wavy architecture: This building near my home has one of the most exclusive adresses i Copenhagen – overlooking the lakes of the old moat. I really like the fact, that it’s a rest home for old people. Old people who grew up in the neightbourhood when it was still a rundown-working-class-hood [...]
Just felt this needed to be here, post-V.Tech.