An Inca Girl has been perfectly mummified for 500...
did-you-kno: The 15-year-old “Llullaillaco Maiden” was sacrificed along with two other children on top of Mt. Llullaillco, in northern Argentina, at 22,000 feet. In the Inca culture only beautiful, healthy, physically perfect children were sacrificed, and it was an honor to be chosen. According to Inca beliefs, the children did not die, but joined their ancestors and watched over their ...
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Artist Jim Denevan makes large scale art in the...
did-you-kno: Source pretty coooool
How people use their fans
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Google's Management Doesn't Use Google+ - Michael... →
stoweboyd: Michael Degusta makes a pretty convincing case that Google’s senior management doesn’t want to fool with Google+, and that’s just another indication of being socially challenged. See Can Google Go Social from a year ago, long before Google+, where I suggested that Google will fumble the social future: Google made a pile by harvesting the latent value of all the social gestures we...
It’s not the consumers’ job to know what they want– Fastcodesign - Steve Jobs was a user-experience savant. A reporter who asked Jobs about the market research that went into the iPad was famously told, None. Steve just thinks like one standing in the near future, not in the recent past. He is a focus group of one.” (via gregmelander)
Stay hungry stay foolish– Steve Jobs - What Steve Jobs did for design (via gregmelander)