I have tons of photos. And usually I don’t make the time to make photo books. This month, I finally made time. I compiled all my photos and made a 2013 book instead of individual events and trips. I really like capturing the year this way.
Click on my book to check out my album.
Thank you for taking Kimye’s trashy video and turning it into a real work of art. Absolutely brilliant!
Cover your boobs up, Kim K. We know you love them. But your boobs made this song even more terrible.
The art of storytelling is alive and well. Done right, it can transcend cultures, language barriers, and even political barriers. This Google ad just made me cry. It’s really beautiful.
Drunken Tiger is a hip hop artist in South Korea. I love the beat and illustrations for this. His wife, Yoon Mi Rae, also a hip hop artist sings with him.
I have been learning about investing for about 10 years now. One of the biggest lessons I have learned is about greed. Greed makes people do all sorts of crazy things.
Greed makes them take risks they shouldn’t. Greed makes them not fold when they should. And greed makes them too damn arrogant.
I have read the stories about Facebook offering Snapchat $3 billion and Snapchat turning it down. Facebook had hoped the idea of images, videos and stories that fade after being viewed might have helped them attract teenagers since they are having problems attracting them.
Some called their move crazy. Others believe all of the press Snapchat received will result in a bigger offer.
Maybe. But none of us are fortunetellers.
Now that they turned down the money, investors will be carefully studying their every move. From revenue to user increase, they will be monitored. And here is where they will sink or swim. Coming up with a brilliant idea is hard. Being able to successfully run your very first company estimated to be worth $3 billion is no easy feat. And if it’s not done well, Snapchat will simply disappear, too.