- m o o d a h o l i c - Mr. Moodaholic
This is my "photoblog" or "photographic web log". The purpose is to get better in spotting, taking and presenting the photos. In the startup I posted a new photo daily, but a have recently been forced to slow down things a bit. I hope you will visit regularly anyway, you never when I update! ;)
The photoblog of Kenny Weng, Denmark. Features weather, drama, vivid colors, the unexpected & much more.
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in Media > Photography > blogs/albums/galleries
Note: Referred by: Martin Andreasen of http://martinandreasen.dk
- What The Heck Journal - Martin Andreasen
A photographic diary This Journal(photoblog) is my photographic diary. I post one or more photos every day from places I went, people I met, situations I encountered etc. I have decided to do this as a challenge to myself, and also to evolve as a photographer, since I have to make at least one decent photo a day. I did a journal in 2004, where I learned so much, that I decided to do it again this year.
What The Heck Journal-PhotoBlog: A Room Without a View
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- Living Reviews
'Living Reviews' is a unique editorial concept for the publication of high-quality scientific content. 'Living' review articles are 1. as the name suggests, review articles, providing insightful surveys on research progress in the fields they cover and guiding readers to the most important literature in the field, 2. solicited from experts in the field by an international Editorial Board, 3. subject to peer-review, 4. open access publications 5. and, most important, 'living' which means that the articles are regularly being updated by their authors to incorporate the latest developments in the field.
Journal portal for peer-refereed, solely online scientific journals publishing invited review articles. Reviews are kept up to date by their authors. All reference information is collected into searchable databases. http://www.livingreviews.org/ is a free resource to the scientific community. Living Reviews in Relativity is published by the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational
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in Educational > Cosmology by 2 users
- Musings of the Masters: An Anthology of Miscellaneous Reflections by Raymond Ayoub
The anthology is a collection of articles contiguous to the humanities written by renowned mathematicians of the twentieth century. The articles cover a variety of topics that, for want of a better name, shall be referred to as humanistic. An important criterion, thereby limiting the choice, is that the articles should be accessible to the literate reader who may or may not have technical knowledge of mathematics. The articles span roughly a century in time and a wide range in subject. They are by mathematicians acknowledged by their peers as outstanding creators whose work has added richly to the discipline. Each article is preceded by a brief biographical sketch of the author and a brief indication of the content.
Amazon.com: Musings of the Masters: An Anthology of Mathematical Reflections (Spectrum) (9780883855492): Raymond Ayoub: Books
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in Educational > Mathematics > Textbooks/Books
Note: Melbourne maths library got it (of course!): http://cat.lib.unimelb.edu.au/search/XMusings+of+the+Masters+An+Anthology+of+Miscellaneous+Reflection&f=&searchscope=30&m=&l=&Da=&Db=&p=&SORT=D/XMusings+of+the+Masters+An+Anthology+of+Miscellaneous+Reflection&f=&searchscope=30&m=&l=&Da=&Db=&p=&SORT=D&SUBK ...moreEY=Musings%20of%20the%20Masters%20An%20Anthology%20of%20Miscellaneous%20Reflection/1%2C32000%2C32000%2CB/frameset&FF=XMusings+of+the+Masters+An+Anthology+of+Miscellaneous+Reflection&SORT=D&1%2C1%2C
- Veerle's blog 2.0
I'm a graphic/web designer living in Belgium. My personal journal is an online source for topics ranging from XHTML/CSS to graphic design tips. I began my career in 1992 as a freelance graphic designer under the name of Duoh!. The first 3 years were mainly filled with print orientated work such as logos, stationary and brochures. From 1995 onward, designing websites and user interfaces for intranets together with multimedia development was my main focus.
in Design > Digital Design by 14 users
Note: Very impressive stuff. Defintely worth looking into is the following: http://veerle.duoh.com/blog/comments/creating_grunge_brushes/ and http://veerle.duoh.com/blog/comments/creating_flexible_buttons_using_photoshop_shapes_and_styles/
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