Monthly Archives: December 2013

One Room, Magically Transformed

Originally posted on Flavorwire:
Korean artist Jee Young Lee eschews Photoshop. Through painstaking attention to detail, she transforms her tiny 3.6 x 4.1 x 2.4-meter studio into surreal, fantastical settings. The sometimes-unsettling scenes from Body of Work take inspiration from Korean…

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Online Courses, Hype or Hope

If you are a student currently, you must have heard about those online courses from those major universities. Not only because that most of those courses are free to access with a full range of disciplines to choose from, but … Continue reading

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Fill Up the Idea pool- Future PR Pursuit

The father of advertising hailed by the public, David Ogilvy once coined the phrase “the big idea” as noticeable, rememberable and could cause action. Most of PR and advertising practitioners do believe that being creative is an essential skill for … Continue reading

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Yelp’s Control of Fake Reviews

It can be very frustrating when a trusted source turns out to be fabricated. There is not much to trust on the Internet, and for that very reason, sometimes comments, statuses, and reviews are the only things one can trust. … Continue reading

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