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allthingseurope:

Espalion, France (by pe_ha45)

Tourism and economic growth in specific markets with in-deep history and cultures like Europe.

allthingseurope:

Espalion, France (by pe_ha45)

Tourism and economic growth in specific markets with in-deep history and cultures like Europe.

Tags: Tourism
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laterooms:

The incredible Huski Luxury Apartments in Falls Creek village, NSW, Australia

Find our more about this hotel here

Architecture usually adapts itself into specific environments and climate conditions to meet consumers’ tastes and needs.

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Outdoor activities, including zoos, parks, entertainment, them parks and shows can create local business booms for jobs, incomes, happiness and social relations.

Outdoor activities, including zoos, parks, entertainment, them parks and shows can create local business booms for jobs, incomes, happiness and social relations.

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thisbigcity:

jenesaispourquoi:


To a greater or lesser degree, most modern subway diagrams ignore the true geographic locations of lines and stations. Riders need to know which line serves which station, and where to transfer to get there, but actual mileage or accurate compass directions aren’t necessary to navigate the system. A time-scale map agrees, but adds a bit of information that the rider does care about: travel time. Stations are spaced according to travel time between them. (You don’t need to tell me these times are, let’s say,optimistic. They’re based on scheduled travel time from MBTA’s trip planner. Your results will vary.)

This is AWESOME. Click through the photo for the whole explanation :)

Travel times on subway maps - interesting approach, but only really for cities with few subway lines, all going in and out of the city centre. 

Urbanization and globalization can be determined by different factors. A city developer, city development planner, architect, economist, legislator, investor and consumer are all participant and direct idea designer for a future city outlook. Depending on natural landscape, geographic location, economic growth scale, Technological strength, international trade boom, each city has its own unique outlook through landmarks, public buildings, business centers, public transportation systems,  sewage, public parks, entertainment facilities and other service supports. 

thisbigcity:

jenesaispourquoi:

To a greater or lesser degree, most modern subway diagrams ignore the true geographic locations of lines and stations. Riders need to know which line serves which station, and where to transfer to get there, but actual mileage or accurate compass directions aren’t necessary to navigate the system. A time-scale map agrees, but adds a bit of information that the rider does care about: travel time. Stations are spaced according to travel time between them. (You don’t need to tell me these times are, let’s say,optimistic. They’re based on scheduled travel time from MBTA’s trip planner. Your results will vary.)

This is AWESOME. Click through the photo for the whole explanation :)

Travel times on subway maps - interesting approach, but only really for cities with few subway lines, all going in and out of the city centre. 

Urbanization and globalization can be determined by different factors. A city developer, city development planner, architect, economist, legislator, investor and consumer are all participant and direct idea designer for a future city outlook. Depending on natural landscape, geographic location, economic growth scale, Technological strength, international trade boom, each city has its own unique outlook through landmarks, public buildings, business centers, public transportation systems,  sewage, public parks, entertainment facilities and other service supports. 

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enochliew:

Sedus Development Centre by Sauerbruch Hutton
A warehouse for Sedus Stoll AG, a manufacturer of office furniture.

Colors, patterns, shapes, architecture are also modified elements to produce new things serving human lives from year to year.

enochliew:

Sedus Development Centre by Sauerbruch Hutton

A warehouse for Sedus Stoll AG, a manufacturer of office furniture.

Colors, patterns, shapes, architecture are also modified elements to produce new things serving human lives from year to year.

(via goodideaexchange)

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natgeofound:

Afrikaners relax on a sunny, cabana-lined beach in Cape Town, South Africa, August 1953.Photograph by Dr. Gilbert H. Grosvenor, National Geographic

Human-being changes in different perspectives through time, among those fast-changing are fashion, body shape, hair styles, architecture, photographic technology and social relations.

natgeofound:

Afrikaners relax on a sunny, cabana-lined beach in Cape Town, South Africa, August 1953.
Photograph by Dr. Gilbert H. Grosvenor, National Geographic

Human-being changes in different perspectives through time, among those fast-changing are fashion, body shape, hair styles, architecture, photographic technology and social relations.

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fastcompany:

Steal Like Picasso: How Outside Inspiration Can Fuel True Innovation
Picasso’s apocryphal line, “Good artists borrow, great artists steal,” can apply to any industry, not just art—and it can create real innovation, not just derivative knock-offs, if done correctly.
Here’s the story.

As long as designers and engineers can find sources of inspiration to develop new ideas, products and services, consumers can enjoy more innovative and cutting-edge products, components and features.

fastcompany:

Steal Like Picasso: How Outside Inspiration Can Fuel True Innovation

Picasso’s apocryphal line, “Good artists borrow, great artists steal,” can apply to any industry, not just art—and it can create real innovation, not just derivative knock-offs, if done correctly.

Here’s the story.

As long as designers and engineers can find sources of inspiration to develop new ideas, products and services, consumers can enjoy more innovative and cutting-edge products, components and features.

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skyscraper:

platea:

Cities In The Rain by Christophe Jacrot

  1. New York City
  2. New York City
  3. Paris
  4. Paris
  5. Hong-Kong
  6. Tokyo

Beautiful.  I can almost hear the rain drops hitting the glass. 

Rainy days and styles of photography can explain creative power in all weathering conditions.

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smarterplanet:

Hacker Shows How To Attack An Airplane’s Systems—Using A Phone
A German security researcher has demonstrated how easy it can be to hack into the digital systems of an airliner in flight using the right coding knowledge and hardware that’s not hard to get—including a Samsung smartphone.
Here’s the story.

Technologies and security matters for corporations

smarterplanet:

Hacker Shows How To Attack An Airplane’s Systems—Using A Phone

A German security researcher has demonstrated how easy it can be to hack into the digital systems of an airliner in flight using the right coding knowledge and hardware that’s not hard to get—including a Samsung smartphone.

Here’s the story.

Technologies and security matters for corporations

(Source: fastcompany)

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A company hires employees to perform assigned tasks and generate profits by selling products and services. Those products and services specifically meet target customers’ need. Top-management team members also need to understand what employees do during a day. Whether they perform productively and effectively or just kill their times to punch their time cards and call it a day.