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Good Designers Copy, Great Designers Steal

Posted by gaurav on February 2nd, 2011 under Author, Books Reviews, Design, Inspiration, OthersTags: , , ,  • No Comments

Good Designers Copy, Great Designers Steal —Pablo Picasso Pablo Picasso was the first living artist who was featured in the Louvre. I heard this quote so many times but never knew why did he say this? But one day I was listening Guns N’ Roses‘ Use Your Illusion and while enjoying songs I checked the […]

Inspirational Author: Dan Brown

Posted by gaurav on February 2nd, 2011 under Author, Books ReviewsTags: , ,  • No Comments

What is an Art? When I finished my graduation in multimedia I was still searching the answer of this question. During my graduation I learnt about shapes, colors, textures, animation and so other things but there was something missing. I didn’t have any idea but there was something. I did multiple jobs in fields of […]

The Gift

Posted by jposwal on April 7th, 2010 under Books ReviewsTags: ,  • No Comments

The Gift Cecelia Ahern I had simply fallen in love with PS, I Love you when I saw the movie. Later on I came to know that it is based on a novel. I went out that day only and bought the novel. The novel was way better than the movie. Since that day I […]

Paths of Glory

Posted by jposwal on March 22nd, 2010 under Books Reviews, OthersTags: ,  • No Comments

Paths of Glory Jeffery Archer Another great book by the great storyteller. By the time I hadn’t read any of his books, calling him the Best Contemporary English writer seemed like a overstatement, but since the day I got hooked to his writing, This title seems like a understatement. He is one of the best […]

To Cut a Long Story Short

Posted by jposwal on March 19th, 2010 under Books ReviewsTags: , ,  • No Comments

To Cut a Long Story Short by Jeffrey Archer I have always been a fan of short stories, be it by Sir Doyle, Munshi Premchand or Archer. The best part about short stories is that you can finish one or two stories in just under an hour and then move on with your work. Whereas […]

Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking

Posted by jposwal on February 22nd, 2010 under Books Reviews, OthersTags: ,  • No Comments

Today we’re going to start a new section called “Books Reviews”. In this section we’ll talk about books. First article is about a book named ‘Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking’ written by Malcolm Gladwell, a British-born Canadian journalist & author based in New York City. His first book The Tipping Point, discusses the […]

 

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