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Archive for March, 2011

Home Alone: What does your dog do while you are at work?

Wednesday, March 30th, 2011

Some people are so curious that they start videotaping their pets while they are away. Unless you have a puppy that loves to chew and misbehave, most dogs spend their home alone time sleeping or playing with toys’. as far as you know’.


Las Vegas Has More Than Night Life

Wednesday, March 30th, 2011

Believe it or not there’s natural life in Las Vegas once you leave the city of sin behind. ‘This succulent, observed in suburban Vegas’where mineral based soils offer the optimal growing environment, store water at an astounding rate in order to prosper and survive in the arid climate.

Shot on an iPhone and manipulated with the HDR app to posterize and enhance color saturation.

Photo by: Jon Keeling

Business Leaders and Their Books

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

Good to Great, The Tipping Point, Ogilvy on Advertising, and other great business books have played an influential role in the way leaders, across categories of business, think about business, their organizations and relationships.


A Pharaoh’s Life

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

Ancient Egypt bequeath to us more than just artifacts of artistic and religious significance. Rather, an invitation to share a few moments in the everyday life of Egyptians during the time of the pharaohs. From the Egyptian antiquities collection at The Louvre, Paris musical instruments, and toiletry articles bring us into contact with diverse aspects of ancient Egypt life, revealing the culture of daily life.

Shot on an iPhone enhanced in ColorFX and converted to black and white with sepia tone.

Phone by: Jon Keeling

Cognitive Creativity: Q&A With Gary Whitlock

Wednesday, March 16th, 2011

Gary Whitlock is a hybrid of sorts; trained as both a counselor and a designer, Gary’s remarkable approach rests on an intersection of creativity, problem solving and cognitive psychology. Widely recognized as a creative authority, Gary currently serves as Executive Creative Director at the Cincinnati-based design firm Marsh. As a creative director and business leader, Gary leverages a deep understanding of cultural anthropology and the nuances of neuroscience in his approach to brand building and talent development.