Michael S. Rivette
Graphic Design extraordinaire who enjoys long walks on the beach, tasty pink alcoholic beverages, and the occasional design challenge.
Management Secrets: Core Beliefs of Great Bosses. A few years back, I interviewed some of the most successful CEOs in the world in order to discover their management secrets.
I learned that the "best of the best" tend to share the following eight core beliefs. 1. Business is an ecosystem, not a battlefield. Average bosses see business as a conflict between companies, departments and groups. They build huge armies of "troops" to order about, demonize competitors as "enemies," and treat customers as "territory" to be conquered. Extraordinary bosses see business as a symbiosis where the most diverse firm is most likely to survive and thrive. 2. Average bosses consider their company to be a machine with employees as cogs. Extraordinary bosses see their company as a collection of individual hopes and dreams, all connected to a higher purpose. 3.
Average bosses want employees to do exactly what they're told. Bespoken Art - Art that Speaks Volumes. Oh Beautiful Beer - Page 12. June 14, 2013 | Designed by Marque Brand Consultants June 13, 2013 | Designed by Guru Design June 12, 2013 | Designed by Flint Design Co.
June 11, 2013 | Designed by Melodic Virtue June 10, 2013 | Designed by Marcin Szewczyk. Font Management in OS X. This section examines each of the various OS X releases (Panther, Tiger, Leopard, Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion, Mavericks) and provides the recommended minimum list of the fonts to be stored in the System folder for that particular release of the operating system in order for it and most third party applications to run properly.
These lists also include the fonts most needed for the web, iLife and iWork. The fonts listed should always be active on your Macintosh for OS X and should not be removed. Note that this first part of Section 1 covers only fonts required in the /System/Library/Fonts/ folder. There is also a root /Library/Fonts/ folder with its own set of required fonts, which will be addressed in the second half of Section 1. From the font lists below, Keyboard.dfont, LastResort.dfont and LucidaGrande.dfont are used mainly for menus and other system font display purposes; therefore, they are the most important to the OS itself.
/System/Library/Fonts/HelveLTMM. That 70's Hotel - Sharon Springs, NY - NYFalls.com Community. I cannot give up the real name, exact location of this ruin, and/or entry information due to a few reasons.
There is an understanding in the Urban Exploration scene that you only share this information privately and not on public forums. This is to keep vandals, scavengers, salvager's out of these PRIVATELY owned buildings and sites. The sites that I post are all posted, if you enter them, you enter at your own risk of injury, death, arrest, jail-time, etc. I post only for your amusement. This hotel is a beauty! AbandonedPorn: Abandoned everything. T-shirt Printing, Custom T-shirts, Hoodies, Kids Tees, Baby One-Pieces and Tote Bags - Skreened. Abandonments.
Diabetic Recipes. DropMocks. Design. Print Instagram photos. What are you working on? Welcome to Gallery1988 Melrose & Venice, Los Angeles. What children’s drawings would look like if it were painted realistically. By Rian on 4 December 2011 The Monster Engine is one of those projects that make me love the Internet for its ability to expose amazing creative talent to a worldwide audience.
Illustrator Dave DeVries started with a simple question: What would a child’s drawing look like if it were painted realistically? In his own words: It began at the Jersey Shore in 1998, where my niece Jessica often filled my sketchbook with doodles. While I stared at them, I wondered if color, texture and shading could be applied for a 3D effect. The Monster Engine is the 48-page outcome from that curiosity, and it looks wonderful. I project a child’s drawing with an opaque projector, faithfully tracing each line. Below are some of my favorite illustrations from the project.
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