The 2014 Sony World Photography Awards have today announced their winners for the Open and Youth categories, selected from over 70,000 non-professional entries. By jove they’re impressive.
The year did not disappoint for incredible photos of the awesome power of nature and glimpses into the human spirit. Take a look at some of the very best.
The Twitter bio is one of the most overlooked features on Twitter (with lists). Many people think that no one looks at it anymore. Nothing could be farther from the truth.
Every time I check a Twitter profile, the first thing I focus on is the bio. If I find it relevant to me, I will have then read some tweets, and peruse lists.
Making a Twitter bio shine is not difficult. Aaron Lee has some great tips for us. My favorite is #4: including the username of your employer.
Read the article at http://www.postplanner.com/awesome-twitter-bio-ideas-to-entice-followers/
This is the art that was all-but-inescapable in 2014.
Art Basel Miami offered $3 billion worth of work, Peter Lik sold the most expensive photograph ever ($6.5 million), and a second Mona Lisa was discovered, making 2014 a monumental year for art. Whether it was Kara Walker’s sugar sculpture, Miley Cyrus’ solo show, or even Shia LaBeouf’s #IAMSORRY performance, this year was filled with works we couldn’t stop seeing, sharing, or talking about.
The players and trends shaping changes in the massive credit card-processing industry.