Solutions to First World Problems

First World Problems     According to Wikipedia : FWP is a slang term used to refer to issues in First World nations that are complained about only because of the absence of more pressing concerns. The term “First World problem” first appeared in 1979 in G.K. Payne’s work Built Environment but gained recognition as an internet meme beginning in 2005, particularly on social networking sites like … Continue reading Solutions to First World Problems

Green Power

    After a while, I noticed I was “busy in the process”( of being ), and that I forgot to enjoy myself.  That’s where Lord Quas found me again.  🙂   Absolut  listen &”see” the Lyrics   Quasimoto The names Quasimoto and Madlib have been linked for years, yet they’ve never been seen in the same room together. In fact, Quasimoto’s never been seen in the same room … Continue reading Green Power

technological expansion=artistic manifestation

PressPausePlay The digital revolution of the last decade has unleashed creativity and talent in an unprecedented way, with unlimited opportunities. But does democratized culture mean better art or is true talent instead drowned out? This is the question addressed by PressPausePlay, a documentary film containing interviews with some of the world’s most influential creators of the digital era.     still.beingdoing “ Man lives to … Continue reading technological expansion=artistic manifestation

In search of The Light I have burned the bridges!

It may seem paradoxical to say that there are similarities between a poetical and a commercial mind, but it is a fact that both a poet and a businessman are constantly dealing with problems that are directly related to people and for which sensitivity is of prime importance. The business-like mind is sometimes described as being cold, sober, calculating, hard; but perhaps these are simply … Continue reading In search of The Light I have burned the bridges!