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What’s old? Is an iPhone 4 old? Sure, just ask any teen. How about Windows XP? That’s decrepit, right? So says Microsoft. How about a Sony Walkman? So ancient that kids can’t even figure out what to do with it. Betty White’s pretty old, but still kicking well past 90. But even Betty is a mere baby compared to the subjects in a new photography book by Rache

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l Sussman titled appropriately enough, The Oldest Living Things in the World.



Sussman spent a decade traveling the world photographing living organisms that are at least 2000 years old. Things like a 7000-year-old Japanese cedar, 13,000-year-old Australian eucalyptus, and an 80,000-year-old colony of Aspen trees. Can you image what would those trees tell us if they could speak? My guess is “slow down.” And “watch it with that saw.”


You can see the author talk about her experience making the book in this TED talk from 2010.




Might be worth picking up a copy of the book as a reminder of just how young we all really are.


But your phone’s still really old. Nothing’s gonna change that.


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You Have a Book. The Entire World Has an iPhone. Lulu.com has the Answer.

Opening the door to new and emerging marketing opportunities for the do-it-yourself publisher, Lulu.com, the premier digital content platform on the Internet, today introduced its eBook Optimization... Read More


Creative Forecast 2007 Examines the Past Year and Anticipates the Year Ahead

The Industry Measure today released its special report, "Creative Forecast 2007: The Industry Measure Perspective on the Challenges and Opportunities for the Graphic Design and Production Industry in... Read More




New Book: A World in HDR

Renowned travel photographer Trey Ratcliff of StuckinCustoms.com, one of the hottest travel photography blogs, takes readers through the fantastic realm of high dynamic range (HDR) photography in his... Read More


Paper Tips: Trees, Trees, Trees

This story courtesy of PaperSpecs.com).
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The logo of a company breathes life into its image in the market. A logo literally defines your company to a visual onlooker and thus creates a 'first impression' of your company.
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Friends, here’s a set of 13 high resolution blur backgrounds that you can use to display your designs, UI elements,...
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Many business owners today are questioning whether or not they still need to work with a professional web design company to help them establish a successful online presence. But there are some things a cut-and-paste solution to web design can't handle.
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User can also customize these themes according to his requirements and are able to choose different backgrounds, windows’ colors and...
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Here's a good tutorial on how to change the colour of a person’s eyes in a portrait shot in Photoshop. READ MORE...

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We’re big fans of patterns here at CreativePro. They’re fascinating, fun, and useful. And in the case of David Blatner’s awesome vector patterns, free.


And now there’s a new resource where you can grab patterns galore.


It’s simply called The Pattern Library, and it’s home to a growing collection of cool seamless patterns that you can download and use for free.



The designs range from geometric

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shapes and halftone dots to subway lines, postage stamps, and sushi.



source: thepatternlibrary.com


The patterns consist of of jpgs, gifs, and pngs that you can access by clicking a download link.


And if you like to craft your own patterns, you can also submit them to be included in the site. Check out thepatternlibrary.com for details.


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10 Free Vector Patterns, Volume 3

Ten free vector dot patterns you can place into InDesign, Photoshop, or Illustrator, and use how ever you like! (plus one bonus pattern!)
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10 Free Vector Hexagon Patterns

More free patterns to use any way you like!
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20 Free Vector Patterns, Volume 2

Twenty free vector line patterns you can place into InDesign, Photoshop, or Illustrator, and use how ever you like!
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20 Free Vector Patterns

Totally free patterns for you to grab, place into InDesign, Photoshop, or Illustrator, and use how ever you like.
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How can you engage visitors and prospective clients on your website and not set your business' name in jeopardy doing so? With today's competitive e-commerce market, a lot of small and large businesses are struggling to market their goods and services online. Netizens are extremely careful and judicious when browsing websites nowadays; thus, the need for adding professional touch to your website is a BIG YES. It can be quite challenging to stay ahead of your competitors without help from a quality web design service.
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To attract the largest number of customers, a website should overtly provide a maximum of information about the product or service it wishes to sell. Visitors should know, from the instant they access the site, what is on offer and how much it will cost them, paving the way for an informed purchase. The homepage of any e-commerce website should be eye-catching in the first instance, drawing the visitor in.
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