SOFA - Design, Interfaces & Software Amsterdam, June 9, 2011 We're excited to announce today that Facebook has acquired the Sofa team. When we started Sofa in 2006, we set out to make friendly and useful products that matter to people. WDL Premium: Retro UI Set This week for our WDL Premium Members, we have a set of retro UI elements from Vandelay Premier. The set includes a considerable number of unique elements that are sure to be useful for those who like the always trendy retro style. Be sure to check out Vandelay Premier for more great design resources. Here’s a preview of the set: Download Retro UI Set
Dubai Web Design - About Our Company : Website Experts Why? Well partly because of our proven track record but also because we are passionate about what we do. You could say we've all found our Dharma and when you are doing what you were meant to do, you tend to be very good at it. We are not a huge company. We don't want to be. Hoxton Hotel in the City of London We started doing things differently on the East London scene back in 2006 when we opened The Hoxton, Shoreditch. Back then we were labelled the "no bull shit" hotel, because we took away everything that pissed people off in traditional hotels - no expensive mini-bars, no high rate phone calls and no paid for internet. We became the anti-hotel. Today we’ve evolved, just like the neighbourhood we first started in, but that "no rip-off" policy is still very much at the heart of everything we do.
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Hurricane Drunk Chapter 4, a harry potter fanfic Disclaimer: I do not own anything from the world JK Rowling created! Chapter 3 "C'mon, Luce." I begged as I dragged my feet, my clunky, black Mary-Janes making scuff marks on the shiny marble floor. Now, That's a Bow Worth Keeping! Ribbonesia's Sculptural Animal Bows. ShareThis Ribbonesia is an art project by artist 'BAKU' Maeda. Turning ordinary ribbons into animals and animal heads since 2008, the sculptural bows are a beautiful example of talented artistry and handiwork. Shaped like bears, panda bears, foxes, lions, horses, frogs, seals, birds, dogs and more, Ribbonesia has also begun to sell wearable bows and created a board book of their creations. I bet none of your Christmas or Hanukkah gifts have bows this pretty. Their latest range of wearable bows; Fox, Cat, Lion and Dog shown below, can be purchased:
Pitchdeck Revolutionizing the way people discover, share, and interact with images online. Inspired by Google Images, Flipboard and Pinterest Piccsy embodies all of the redeeming qualities these products provide, plus so much more. Traffic Visitors / Month Unique Visitors / Month Wacom Introduces Inkling To Bridge The Gap Between Paper And Tablets Nearly two years ago, we took a look at the Wacom Bamboo Pen & Touch which lets users write with a pressure sensitive pen and take advantage of multi-touch gestures. For those not familiar, Wacom does not announce new products too often and the ones they do release are generally top-notch. Yesterday, Wacom introduced the Inkling which makes it possible to digitally capture anything written on regular paper with a ball point pen. Solutions such as Livescribe or Papershow generally require special paper which often comes at a price. “Inkling’s inspiration comes from a desire to give artistic people the freedom to draw on paper and to provide an easy way to transition the drawings to digital media,” said Don Varga, Director of Professional Products at Wacom Technology Services Corp.