GUEST: Artificial intelligence is no longer the sole domain of tech companies like Google, Facebook, IBM, and Amazon. Recognizing the potential of exponential technologies like AI and bots, creative agencies like Ogilvy and consulting firms like McKinsey and Accenture now proudly feature AI departments. Show More Summary
Flickr Photo by Real Blades, Creative Common License This year, I was really looking forward to taking a holiday break and not feel stressed about deadlines, tasks, or the never ending parade of meeting requests and emails. I’m overwhelmed getting back into the daily grind, how about you?… Read More
Games, creative activities give 360-degree view of common sight words
Creative Commons has launched the beta version of a new search engine which is designed to make it even easier to find free-to-use images. The post Creative Commons Launches New Search Engine for Finding Free, Legal Images by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
The Met Museum in New York recently published over 375,000 images under Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license. In other words, this is 375,000 images to use as you like, free of charge and without any restrictions. There are photos of artworks and different historical items in the collection. Show More Summary
Do you aspire to live a creative life but are not sure where to begin? It’s a common problem. We... The post Creativity Isn’t A Talent. You Can Actually Gain It By Doing These 3 Things Daily appeared first on Lifehack. Don't believe those who tell you that you aren't creative. You most certainly are. You just need to free your mind and unleash your ideas.
It is common knowledge that we need to drink more water. But between its sheer blandness, the inconvenience of having... The post 4 Interesting Ways That Help You Drink Much More Water Easily appeared first on Lifehack. Find creative ways that trigger you to drink more water. The more you think the more, you'll drink.
The notorious, Hitler-endorsing, Brexit-backing, anti-vaxx, cancer-scare-promoting, compulsively lying, photoshop failing, plagiarizing, M15-creating, hateful, lethally transphobic, Creative Commons misunderstanding, evil, teacher-demonizing,...Show More Summary
The search engine helps publishers find free and legal images easily.
Creative Commons has launched a new search engine to help you find free-to-use images. CC Search, which lets you find images to use under a Creative Commons license, is currently in beta. Which means Creative Commons is actively seeking feedback from people like you. Show More Summary
The Met's collection contains over 375,000 images of art in the public domain; they've made these directly searchable and browseable, there's a Github repo of metadata, integration with the Creative Commons search tool, and extensive collaboration with Wikimedia and GLAM Wiki. (more…)
Creative Commons has released a beta version of their new search engine that makes it easy to find and give proper credit for images that are free to use on the internet.
Photo: Flickr/BetterDCRegion/Creative Commons On Monday night, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted to back Rex Tillerson, President Trump's pick for Chief Diplomat, clearing the way for approval by the full Senate. Every nominee...Show More Summary
Pro-lifers are nothing if not creative. Over the decades, they have produced thousands upon thousands of “visual aids,” from the simplest black and white one-sheeter to full-blown movies—and everything in-between. The common denominator is—to adapt a cliché—to help the public get its collective head around both the humanity we share with the unborn child and […]
Intelligence is not enough to create extraordinary work. If you have ever channeled all your energy and time towards finishing an artwork, a composition or a passion project, you will understand what it means to lose yourself in a meaningful work.
Post by Liz Alterman. When it comes to naming their baby, most parents want a unique and creative selection that isn't going to be super common. Even if you're a parent who enjoys being ahead of the curve, you might be surprised to see...Show More Summary
Photo by WOCinTech Chat, via Creative Commons. Nick Corcodilos started headhunting in Silicon Valley in 1979 and has answered over 30,000 questions from the Ask The Headhunter community. In this special Making Sen$e edition of Ask The...Show More Summary
It's a common misconception that art and science are vastly different; that they never overlap. But creativity is as essential to the scientific process as it is to the artistic method. Artists and scientists share a curiosity for the unknown, an appreciation for the beauty of the worlds they explore and an interest in creating something new.
Great Big Story visited with Alyson Moore, Chris Moriana and Mary Jo Lang, all of whom work for the Sound Department at Warner Bros in Burbank, California. Foley artists Moore and Moriana explain the many number of ways they can form common sounds (such as walking in the snow) through very creative means. Sound mixer […]
Photo credit: John Eisenschenk via Flickr Creative Commons By Kica Matos This week my Facebook page has been flooded by posts from friends memorializing the departure of the Obamas from the White House, taking stock of his legacy (for...Show More Summary