Shwagingha
March 10, 2016

Shwagingha (pronounced: ShwaG-ing-Ya | commonly mispronounced: Shwa-gin-gah and Shwa-ging-ah) is the natural name of the Hidoori elftonic pipester that appears only once every synthetic diamond jubilee (that’s once every 75 Cubit Zirconium growth cycles). In fact, the image seen on … Continue reading

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Art Nouveau Oasis
August 28, 2015

Oasis of thought in a desert of aspiration Can you guess the source of inspiration which launched this creation from within an art nouveau tapestry? Take me to the face that you show where everyone knows it is not OK. … Continue reading

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Dreaming
June 13, 2015

Klingner’s Art Deco famous poster seems perfectly relevant for the concept of dreaming. The topic of dreaming is the subject of the following song, which some critics have said reminds them of elements of the song Hearts by the band … Continue reading

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Olde Time Rhyme
April 29, 2015

Photo Credits: Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) Wall Street and Canal Rhyme #WallStreetAndCanal The fields of France are not filled with cheeses for the milked cows who have made their way back home And the old rectangle and mingle, … Continue reading

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Do All Translations Betray?
March 7, 2015

Why Translations Don’t Always Get It Wrong #SaveTranslators As seen in this video, most websites do not have good support for multilingual site use. They tend to serve one or a small handful of languages, at best. The fact is, … Continue reading

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