According to Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, there’s no reason for people to be allowed to work at home. This sent much of the tech world into a frenzy as the ever-connected digital world allows collaboration, tracking, and productivity to flourish without the expense and cumbersome nature of an office environment. Those who work at home regularly are often aware of both the benefits and drawbacks of the status. Is it really worth it?
Honda isn’t a car manufacturer known for having missteps, but that’s exactly what they did with the 9th generation Honda Civic which was released last year. The critics were plentiful and the reviews were poor for the iconic car that has always been a leader in the compact segment.
When nature adapts to the machinations of men, the results can be pretty trippy.
The world of hyperrealism is one that is intended to fool the mind and make us question reality. This painstaking style of art requires the skill of the masters and the perseverance necessary to make something as vivid as real life. Here are some of the best ones we’ve found; consider it a sampling of a single piece linked to the sources where more of the magic can be found.
Stephen Shub – “’57 Mercury”
On the Addams Family, we know him only as “Thing”, but he actually has a name: Thing T. Thing. That was the concept of Addams Family creator Charles Addams when he started posting the comic in The NewYorker in the 1930s. This steampunked variation pays nice homage to the silent character.
Creativity comes in many forms. It isn’t always a work of art or a piece of music that moves us. Sometimes, it’s the simple effort put into creating something cool that inspires us to do more. In this case, it might not be inspiring, but as MrSpite and his friend walked along the beach, his friend said, “Hey, this looks like Idaho.”
An hour later, they created something worth sharing.
Okay, fine. So these tracks on Santa Lucia Beach, Camagüey Province in Cuba are actually a way to load boats. That doesn’t mean we can’t imagine, right?