Tag Archives: Aesthetics

Words about learning: brand

It’s not just soap and cars that have brands. We each have our own personal brand: the way we are represented to others that demonstrates our values, ideas, energy and abilities. Brands are not static. They evolve over time to … Continue reading

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Building a boat: functional and aesthetic aspects of design.

I spent time yesterday walking by the Broads, the great expanse of waterways that run through East Anglia. There are still quite a number of boatbuilders active from small yards by the side of the water, many of them working … Continue reading

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The Haiku of Twitter. Are integrated photos an upgrade, or a change in what micro blogging is all about?

I’ve just uploaded my first photo enabled Tweet. You can see it here if you like: https://twitter.com/julianstodd/status/77657166902870016. It’s not very exciting, just a picture of my ‘office’ as i write about Twitter, but it represents a fundamental shift in what … Continue reading

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