While we’re so used to seeing our beloved television stars put in elaborate settings perfect for the drama to brew, the concept of placing these celebs in the daily lives of UC Berkeley students evokes a whole different level of excitement. What could be better than watching the thrill unfoldAt UC Berkeley, there are many interesting classes taught, from Drugs and the Brain to Philosophy of Language. However, practical classes that teach you how to properly be an adult are often missing from the yearly curriculum.
All this knowledge about the Greeks, Rome and sculptures has really opened my mind to a whole different realm. Even though the Greeks were about perfecting the outside appearance and all about beauty, this sculpture is not an ordinary piece of work but yet it does tell a story. Line and form was utilized in this sculpture by giving her a depth of sadness and reality, feeling sympathetic for her you begin to feel what she has gone through.
Back to the Experience Map. I’ve gotten some really great comments on it, and if I can find some free time in between this blog, the full time career, and family I plan to update it. I’m hoping that the Interactive Marketing community will embrace (or at least consider) what Experience ers (and planners, architects etc.) have to offer.
Marathon man Butter third of way through epic worldwide challengeBritish ultra runner Nick Butter is almost a third of the way through a journey that will see him attempt to run a marathon in 196 countries to raise money in the battle against prostate cancer. Dorset man Butter is currently in Mauritius ahead of marathon number 64 and has 132 to go to finish his 5,130 mile challenge. The inspiration came from a chance encounter with fellow runner Kevin Webber, who has been running marathons himself since being diagnosed with terminal prostate cancer in 2014..
Portland boom is primarily residential in nature, with a sharp increase in apartment building and an unprecedented number of new hotel units, over 2000, currently proposed or under construction. The city growing pains are exacerbated by the wholesale condominium conversions that took place during the last housing boom that greatly reduced the city inventory of existing rental apartments. Additionally, Portland strict zoning code unintentionally prices most residents out of their own homes by limiting the housing supply in the guise of preserving neighborhood character, a duality that inadvertently pits the preservation of forest and farmland against existing neighborhood aesthetics and density..