Recycling got its start almost four decades ago, when a U.S. paper company wanted a symbol to communicate its products’ recycled content to customers. The design competition they held was won by Gary Anderson, a young graphic designer from the University of Southern California. His entry, based on the Mobius strip (a shape with only [Read Here]
In my adult years I have noticed a great shift occurring in the American psyche. And the shift could best be described as accepting theories for facts. In my youth I noticed that people were more skeptical towards hare-brained ideas and schemes. The old adage, “I’m from Missouri, show me!” illustrated the caution that folks [Read Here]
Over the course of time, writing has gone through different types of platforms. Some write through classic journals, while some write through huge print publications such as broadsheets and magazines.
However, more than anything else, the simple act of writing has many different benefits itself—it is a form of self-expression.
Today, with the advent of blogs, almost [Read Here]