31 Jan 2006
30 Jan 2006
- the difference between an idea and thinking on the way to ideas.
- the difference between strategic idea and executional idea.
- the difference between having an interesting (potentially memorable) idea and bringing it to life (also supporting it with examples meant to support it, show that it is part of a larger thought).
- the difference between an actual idea and collections of the right kind of words.
- the difference between statements of the obvious and powerful communication ideas.
29 Jan 2006
- Spider-Man - created by genius Stan Lee, who gets mad when people don't use the hyphen in Spider-Man's name, hyphen which is vital in order to differentiate Spider-Man from Superman (whatever...). The inspiration for the character came to Lee while he was watching a fly crawling on the wall. Spider-Man is said to be the first introspective super-hero, maybe because he is quite an idiot.
- Superman only gets the fourth position, although is undoubtedly the superhero. His creation story started in 1934, in Cleveland, Ohio, but didn't see print until June 1938.
- Judge Dredd. I don't like this motorcycle guy who goes on saying "I am the law". But apparently he is very appreciated for his executional side.
- Wonder Woman. My second- favourite, but most disturbing of them all, WW was created by William Moulton Marston. Yes, in other words, WW was created by a psychiatrist who also created the lie detector and who admits to have used his knowledge of feminine collective subconscious in order to turn this character into the most famous female superhero of them all.
- The Hulk, another Stan Lee baby, is special cause he's the good guy, although a monster.
- Witchblade, second female hero in the top
Bonus point: it turns out that 73.4% from the total number of struggles take place on a roof.
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12 Jan 2006
Clothes made out of Pakistani newspapers were hung around the store, transmitting the following message: "Is this the only thing homeless Pakistani children will wear this winter? Help them with a gift at the pay desk".
9 Jan 2006
8 Jan 2006
This Saturday's NY Times profile is dedicated to Albert Hofmann, aged almost 100, father of LSD, about which he says "LSD spoke to me. He came to me and said, 'You must find me.' He told me, 'Don't give me to the pharmacologist, he won't find anything.' "
as i was walking yesterday, i caught myself wondering about all sorts of stuff and taking pictures of all sorts of things.
anyway, the first thing which should be mentioned (cause i am proud of it) is that i went to Vlad Nanca's "Ups and Downs" photo exhibition, which was both wonderful and relaxing. The only thing i felt sorry about was that he didn't show more photos. However, i took pictures of the H'art Gallery's wall, which is full of inspirational samples of "street art", some of which i had already posted in this blog. The one with the question mark is for some reason my favourite.
What got me really confused however is what stands written on the Romanian Atheneum. And that would be "Christmas for all". Now what's that supposed to mean?
My holiday is over, so from now on i'll try to post some (better) ideas as well, not just pics and my silly observations. hope that works out.