Most abstract arts we can see around are just random – in some cases pure ‘sales-bait’; which means some artists can figure out a specific style that they can sell easily. In these cases most likely the artists themselves are unable to explain their works or they’ll simply lie.
Europe starts to slowly ease the lockdown, as an Asian person who is serious with hygiene under normal circumstances and definitely more so now, finds it quite terrifying to interact with people in this continent.
We spend most of our time figuring out – what’s coming next. In most cases we predict the wrong or often we forget what we’ve predicted. The people whom we recognise as successful are mostly doers, who hardly get any time to think about the future.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m not talking about Elon Musk or Bill Gates. They are successful and they talk about future a lot. But they are too heavy to take them as role models. I’m talking about people around me who invented some hacks to have a relatively better life. Most of them are just brave people.
It’s really not so important to be a master on how accurately someone can predict the future. We live in present and we hardly have any control over it. Fearing the future is good as it indicates about taking some risks or getting out of the comfort zone. Bravery is being the only one who knows you’re afraid.
To a brave man, good and bad luck are like his left and right hand. He uses both.St. Catherine of Siena
Sometimes we make mistakes in distinguishing the differences between bravery and stupidity. It’s okay, some stupidities actually made this world a better place.
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these slides were presented at Dhaka Startup Weekend, held in 10 – 12 January 2013. the learnings are real and you can ask for the details. we have the stories to tell you.
so, here i am!
last month i’ve started another website www.201loves202.com. there is a long story behind the name. 201 was my class role and 202 was her. this website is totally focused on our works. so we are adding all our academic and professional works there. as well as we are running there a microblog to let you know about our new ideas.
please give us a visit!
it was a dream to see this site live. i’ve talked with several persons… wanted to work with several people but i had to wait more than a year. it was good. because it gave me space to rethink lot of things… made me more specific about what should i do. after all these ajkerweather.com is live for beta.
i love to see weather sites… somehow the numbers create an atmosphere around me when i see them. unfortunately there is nothing from bangladesh. i hope it’d be a potential platform to serve bangladeshi weather updates. wish us good luck!
It always grab my interest when it’s something about typography. An alphabet isn’t just a character, often it represents some inner meanings – the passion, the anger.
I love to see when it’s very spontaneous, beyond the rules. My nephew was creating something for his class party. He is just 8 and I was really surprised to see when he asked me to see his creation.
I can’t remember any brilliancy like that from my childhood, but I am feeling really good to see someone growing more intelligent.
For last two and half years I’ve spent many hours looking through this window and saw the changes. Some changes were so massive that it was hard to remember what were in the past. After four and half years of my involvement with ebizzsol, I’ve decided to leave!
It was obvious and long pending. I wanted to believe some other things but everyone knew the reality before I came to know!
I always loved to remember the first day I came to this place. I can remember the dream I had in my mind and now the nightmares!
this time it’s something very serious discussion about typography. till february 15, i knew typography from the point of academic activities. i actually didn’t know how it could be used in real life. one of my friends called me then who is working in an largest ad agency of the country. they were looking for someone who can create a full usable set of bangla alphabets. i wasn’t sure but somehow found enough courage to do it. later i came to know it’s for one of the largest mobile phone company who is going to be re-branded within the end of this month. last 30 days i just lived with the alphabets… and the best part is, i’ve came to know about the best typographer i’ve ever met. the deadline was too tight… almost impossible for beginner like us. but we’ve done it somehow! it wasn’t superb but definitely we can treat it as an achievement. congratulations to us!
so, though it’s long time you didn’t see me here, i am feeling good to say you something new… i’ll tell you about the experience soon in my next post.
have nice time 🙂