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What Twentysomethings Say Vs. What They Actually Mean. THE NERDDESS, guyfitblr: moynmoyn: So yeah, my finale step... Top Stories of All Time. Hier sind 30 brilliante Beispiele, wie man Dinge wiederverwendet, die man sonst weggeworfen hätte. Diese Ideen sind genial. Bevor du das nächste Mal etwas wegwirfst, denk darüber nach.

Hier sind 30 brilliante Beispiele, wie man Dinge wiederverwendet, die man sonst weggeworfen hätte. Diese Ideen sind genial.

Wenn du zum Beispiel eine runtergebrannte Kerze hast, die in einem schönen Glasgefäß steht, muss du das Glas nicht wegwerfen. Du kannst statt dessen das restliche Wachs entfernen und es als Aufbewahrungsglas nutzen. Das nennt man "Upcycling". Beim Upcycling "werden Abfallprodukte oder nutzlose Stoffe in neuwertige Produkte umgewandelt, die eine höhere Qualität haben oder umweltfreundlich sind. " Und das ist nicht nur etwas für Leute, die handwerklich begabt sind. 1.) EtsyEtsy 2.) YicongluYiconglu 3.) Bored Panda 4.) EtsyEtsy 5.) Bored PandaBored PandaBored Panda 6.) EtsyEtsy 7.) Bored Panda 8.) Real Simple 9.) EtsyEtsy 10.) Tothgergodizajn.blogspot.tw 11.) Etsy 12.) Instructables 13.) Benjamin-bullins.artistwebsites.com 14.)

Flickr 15.) 12 Things They Don't Teach You In School About Being A Designer. My wife Andy and I started Paper Leaf in 2009.

12 Things They Don't Teach You In School About Being A Designer

We were not bad at design (I think we’re pretty damn good now), but we were really green at business. In some ways, our naivety was a bit of a blessing; had we known what we know now, we probably would have talked ourselves out of starting the business. And that would have been a mistake—we love what we get to do. Regardless, there are a number of blunt realities we faced (and still do face) and things we’ve learned in running Paper Leaf that we either never anticipated, or never really bought in to if we read it elsewhere. Here are some of the big ones. 1.

If you want to be a designer, you don’t want to start a design business. I’m fine with that—I love the business side of design—but if you want to be producing design work the majority of the time, you should realize that starting an agency might take you down a different path. 2. Not every project will be great. 3. It’s just a fact. 4. 5.

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Umrechnungstabelle cm - Feet - Eine wichtige Info für die nächste USA Reise. Kooikerhondje Zucht. Befitandchase: lospaziobianco: . . . . ... 50 Faces in Everyday Objects. May 7, 2013 Have you ever looked at an object or building and thought, “hey that kind of looks like a face!”?

50 Faces in Everyday Objects

It’s actually a psychological phenomenon known as pareidolia. Pareidolia involves a vague and random stimulus (often an image or sound) being perceived as significant; it’s a form of apophenia (seeing meaningful patterns or connections in random or meaningless data). Online you can find entire communities dedicated to finding faces in everyday objects, places and buildings. On Flickr, the group FACES IN PLACES has over 6,365 members and a staggering 23,563 pictures. You can also find countless Tumblrs, blogs and hashtags dedicated to this fascinating phenomenon that so many of us experience.

Sources: – Faces in Places on Flickr – /r/Pareidolia on Reddit – Know Your Meme: Things With Faces. Bilder, die für sich selbst sprechen. 40 Maps That Will Help You Make Sense of the World. If you’re a visual learner like myself, then you know maps, charts and infographics can really help bring data and information to life.

40 Maps That Will Help You Make Sense of the World

Maps can make a point resonate with readers and this collection aims to do just that. Hopefully some of these maps will surprise you and you’ll learn something new. A few are important to know, some interpret and display data in a beautiful or creative way, and a few may even make you chuckle or shake your head. If you enjoy this collection of maps, the Sifter highly recommends the r/MapPorn sub reddit. You should also check out ChartsBin.com.