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Issue: 2 Frequency: Quarterly Circulation : 150,000 Launched: August 2010 Publisher: Nick Saglimbeni Art Director: Clint Davis Editor-in-Chief: Katie Pegler Only in it second issue, World’s Most Beautiful 3D (WMB 3D) is aiming to create a magazine category all of its own. Nick Saglimbeni, photographer and publisher of WMB 3D, claims his magazine to be the world’s first fully three-dimensional photographed publication. In 2010, Saglimbeni partnered with an engineer in developing two camera systems utilized for all of WMB 3D’s photography. “After each shot, I earmark the shots that I love in 2D, just as I would for a traditional publication,” says Saglimbeni.
Editor’s note: Guest contributor Joseph Puopolo is an entrepreneur and start-up enthusiast.
When people think of social media in the workplace, it is normally something you stay away from.
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A more accurate version of Facebook’s logout button.
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