Linnaeus Floral Clock

Wednesday, January 18th, 02017

It took over 250 years to fully realize Carl Linnaeus’ idea of a clock of blooming flowers. You can now download for your Apple Watch a simple flower complication to help you tell the time.

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Red Days

Tuesday, July 5th, 02016

We all look forward to the next holiday, now this is an app to help you count the days left until you can relax.

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Paper Calendars

Wednesday, August 27th, 02014

Staying organized means knowing what is ahead of you. The simplest way we’ve managed to keep-up with requests, new projects and deadlines are simple paper calendars. You can run the world on a page a day calendar.

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02011 Predictions

Wednesday, April 6th, 02011

If we look back at the last 2,000 years of history, we can see some over-arching trends, themes through-out and a look at what is old is new again. This is a re-print of a translated article from Issue 148 of Bit magazine in Portugal from January, 2011.

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Protected Cultural Property

Saturday, January 29th, 02011

On May 14, 1954 the Hague Convention set out to prevent the destruction of culturally important artifacts. In the aftermath of the second world war where many of Europe’s cultural and social works of art and history were destroyed, something needed to be done to prevent this from happening again.

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Posts dealing with time, the past, present and future

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