Music for the people: Interview with Jorby

We’re celebrating the Chinese New Year with Jorby, a rising singer/songwriter from Hong Kong that uses his music as an outlet for his emotions. Jorby wants his work to connect with people and be a representation of them. He never wants to lose touch with the single quality that makes us human, and that is the ability to feel and express ourselves.

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Inkston preserves traditional oriental art and craftmanship

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“My Start of Studying Tao” by Shilo Ren features model Alisha Safo by photographer Jun Yang. The project was made using Inkston Gold Fleck Xuan paper.

My Start of Studying Tao by Shilo Ren features model Alisha Safo by photographer Jun Yang. The project was made using Inkston Gold Fleck Xuan paper. Inkston preserves traditional oriental art and craftmanship through being a leading supplier of high quality handmade art materials from top historical workshops, most of which have not previously had access to internet distribution channels.

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iEvolve is a self-improvement app helping users find their shadow so they can turn into someone more positive

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Can an app on your phone make you a better person? That’s the goal of the new self-improvement app iEvolve from Mohsin Ehsan. It aims to help its users “Defeat The Darkness Within”. I think we can all agree that’s a great goal, but you’re probably wondering how it works. iEvolve is designed to help you become more aware of negative behaviors and thoughts that occur to you automatically.

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Family Orbit is a parental control app to protect your kids online

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Social media and other online and digital activities and forms of communication are a part of the lives of kids more and more each day. Many of them have their own devices, and connection to a whole world of information and influences. Parents are still learning to navigate the treacherous waters of allowing their children certain freedoms, conveniences, and access to these powerful resources while still protecting them from all the inherent dangers.

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Spiceraq allows friends and family to rent and enjoy dining space: Interview with co-founder Aaron Vennard

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SpiceRaQ is a new service that hopes to solve the dinner party space conundrum for big city dwellers. So often metropolis living comes with the compromise of a smaller apartment where the possibility of hosting friends for dinner is an impossible task. Thoughts of “Where will everyone sit?” and “My place is a mess” strike fear into the mind of any party planner.

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Interview with Boom Connections App Creator: Sharing Family Memories is Easy Through Private Social Media

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Boom Connections has simplified social media for family and friends looking for an easy and discreet way to stay in touch during this new age of social media. Developed in Australia by Nick Cartledge, the app (available for iOS and Android) allows family and friends to stay connected with complete anonymity to the outside world.

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Interview with author of The War Stories Chronicles: Addictarium Nicole D’Settēmi on overcoming addiction & mental illness

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The War Stories Chronicles is a compilation of memoirs, journals, poetry books and other creative pieces that share my story of over-coming addiction and mental illness.

Visionary Award Winner, Nicole D’Settemi is a bestselling Amazon author who resides in Hudson Valley, New York with her long-time partner and fellow artist, Miguel.

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French illustrator artist Clémentine Campardou (AKA Blule) creates Prince approved art

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Clémentine Campardou aka Blule is a Paris-born illustrator. After working in the corporate world for brands like L’Oreal and Fila, the current Sydney, Australia resident decided that she missed painting. The wife and mother of two has made quite a name for herself with her watercolor art and has even earned a following among comic book enthusiasts for her sophisticated superhero originals.

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A Private View: Exclusive Interview with Prince’s Personal Photographer Afshin Shahidi

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Prince: A Private View takes you behind the lens on an intimate trip through the extraordinary life of the legendary musician through never-before-seen photos and personal recollections.

Iranian born photographer and filmmaker Afshin Shahidi first met Prince in 1993. After working as his cinematographer on numerous video projects he was invited to document his 2002 One Night Alone Tour, and would become Prince’s personal photographer for a decade.

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