I’m convinced that the majority of new photographers who go out and spend their hard earned money on a good camera and lens setup do so with good intentions.
How much time should I spend thinking instead of doing? It’s one of the biggest questions I struggle with. One side of me says, “Without doing you will never achieve anything.”
This week, Signify, formerly Philips Lighting, launched one of the first commercial LiFi, or Light Fidelity, systems. LiFi transmits broadband internet through lights, using LEDs to move data and bypass radio signals.
The world has become a very distracting place, you don’t need me to tell you that.
Building a brand that’s relevant, memorable and valuable online requires a lot more than fancy visuals, fast-moving video or knowing how to play the latest Facebook, Instagram or LinkedIn algorithms.
I’m going to make an assumption to begin with. When you think about social media as a resource for research and data, your thinking will be very social science-based.
Gone are the days of trusty Moleskine 18-month planners, scraps of to-do lists and family calendars hanging on the fridge. Full-time jobs and older kids mean more clubs, more appointments, more social life.
have two desks in my office—one is “analog” and one is “digital.”