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Marija Tiurina Draws ‘Fruit as Characters’

April 23, 2020

London-based illustrator Marija Tiurina is pretty lucky to live near (probably) the best greengrocer in the entire city.

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Tax cut task force leader looking to avert Kansas, Oklahoma-like budget disaster

April 15, 2020

  Incoming Senate President Sen. Jim Hendren, R-Gravette, said Tuesday (Nov. 27) that state legislators are studying “safety measures” for the upcoming legislative session to protect Arkansas from budget shortfalls that beset surrounding and nearby states that enacted large tax cuts. “We have refined our work and what you are going to see in all […]

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What’s on the Market in Wearable Tech

April 9, 2020

What’s on the Market in Wearable Tech  Wearable technology has come a long way from the first widespread wearable gadget, the calculator watch. The wearable tech industry has been receiving a lot of attention in the past few years. It is likely on the brink of rapid ascension, especially with big hitters like Samsung and […]

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Walton family disposes of $432 million in Walmart stock

April 9, 2020

Heirs of the the Walmart fortune continue to reduce the family’s holdings of company stock as part of a plan to keep ownership at slightly below the 50% level. Over the summer Robson, Alice and Jim Walton, children of Walmart founders Sam and Helen, sold more than 881,150 shares of Walmart stock in several open […]

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Imagining The Future With ‘House Of Wonder’ By Werner Aisslinger

April 8, 2020

German furniture designer, Werner Aisslinger, conceives an exhibition ‘House of Wonder’ that is now on show at the Pinakothek Der Moderne in Munich.

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Market share of digital wallets

China’s Digital Wallets Offer a Glimpse at the Future of Payments

April 5, 2020

Chinese consumers conduct 11 times more mobile payments than their counterparts in the United States, so as we look to the future of digital wallets, China is a natural place to start. Forecasts for mobile payment adoption in the United States remain flat for now; however, two major brands – WeChat and AliPay – offer […]

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Which Countries Are Set to Attract the Highest Skilled Workers from Abroad?

April 4, 2020

For the world’s most innovative companies, the stated goal of attracting top talent is not simply an HR mantra – it’s a matter of survival. Whether we’re talking about a giant like Google that is constantly searching to add world-class engineers or we’re talking about a startup that needs a visionary to shape products of […]

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Alice Lin Surrealist Watercolors on Rice Paper

April 3, 2020

Beijing based artist Xu Linlin aka Alice Lin, is a freelance painter and 3D Art Director with a passion for new Chinese meticulous painting. She first fell in love with calligraphy and Chinese painting when she was a child with an obvious inspiration with Chinese traditional techniques and Surrealism.

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The Evolution of Computer Science in One Infographic

March 19, 2020

We take computing power for granted today. That’s because computers are literally everywhere around us. And thanks to advances in technology and manufacturing, the cost of producing semiconductors is so low that we’ve even started turning things like toys and streetlights into computers. But how and where did this familiar new era start? The History […]

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Isaac Bonan Illustrations

March 15, 2020

At 24 French illustrator Isaac Bonan live and work in Strasbourg. After studying art-graphic, he decided to start working has freelance illustrator. I really like his style and his colorful paintings / drawings – you can tell that its all hand drawn using gouache and acrylic paint as well as color crayons and sharpie, really […]

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