“Touch Me” says ThingLink to All Facebook Users
Innovation / Leaders & People / News/Media

“Touch Me” says ThingLink to All Facebook Users

ThingLink goes global today giving access to the next frontier of social media engagement to all users on Facebook. Kiss goodbye those static images with superficial messages imposed. Be curious, hover over the images, ‘touch’ them and experience the spontaneity of learning through curated links. The next generation of web social engagement has arrived for … Continue reading

ThingLink: Innovation at Its Best – Creative, Engaging and Global
Art / Innovation / International / Leaders & People / News/Media / Photography / Science

ThingLink: Innovation at Its Best – Creative, Engaging and Global

Innovators, risk what is accepted for what is possible, with no boundaries, no limits. ThingLink is the next frontier on experiencing what is possible in exchanging information on the web, whether for education, news or entertainment and most certainly for businesses to present their brand and engage with their customers with measurable results. ThingLink began in … Continue reading

Antiquity / Art / Greece / International / Leaders & People / Politics

Returnism: A Modern Day Tale of Greed, Art, Monuments and Justice (Part 1)

Delicious irony when Greek mythology filled with gods for love, wine and harvest is trumped by Biblical parables on theft, sibling rivalry and coveting someone else’s property. Only the absurd can be told in an imaginary tale of a king, his sons and their choices in art. Continue reading

Art / Leaders & People / News/Media / Truth

Art of Gaman: Truth and Beauty at Renwick Gallery, Washington, DC

Art releases the soul. Whether free or imprisoned, the soul needs to express, release and share its truth. Across the street from the White House on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C., the Renwick Art Gallery of American Art presents The Art of Gaman: Arts and Crafts from the Japanese American Internment Camps from 1942 to 1946. The show is introduced with the following passage on the wall, “Everything was lost except the courage to create.”
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