Here are the Top 10 blog posts on the EosGrafx blog for 2012. Thank you so much for reading us and have a wonderful 2013 ahead!
You might have seen this type of stone in some of our photos or elsewhere already. These stone landmarks are called Inuksuk and they can be found everywhere throughout Canada.
In fact, officials in lots of parks have to routinely dismantle the inuksuit built by campers, as they could misdirect hikers from the real markers that indicate the trails. In some provincial parks, notices are issued urging people to “stop the invasion” of Inuksuit.
Guest post by Martin Treanor.
Back in the distant days of early nineteen eighties – when I was a mere cut of a lad of twenty-one – for the want of nothing more than curiosity, I moved from Ireland to London. Whilst there I indulged in all the artful playfulness a twenty-something, young fellah might find in one of largest cities on the planet, and did so until a mistaken belief in the seriousness of life caused me to settle back to Ireland a matter of eight short years later.
Guest post by John Caulfield.
Last night I dreamed I flew back to Cape Town. From the Victoria and Albert Waterfront, the view of the unique, flat-topped Table Mountain is unrivalled. As I stood with my Canon G11 point-and-shoot, I just could not stop snapping away. Cape Town has it all: the mountain looming majestically over the city; the ocean; the sandy beaches; excellent and well priced restaurants with an astonishing range of cuisines; beautiful wine farms where one can taste and buy some of the best wines in the world.
Is there anything that you’ve always wanted to do but never got around doing because it seemed such a big commitment on top of everything else that you have to do daily?
Check out this TED video. It’s short and sweet, so I immediately felt inspired to try this idea.
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Heard about QR codes but not sure what’s with them and if your business could use one? Then read along to learn a few creative ways of using them.
If you really don’t know what QR codes are, maybe take a look first at some good articles on them on the web. Don’t forget to come back to this post after that.
Ever wondered how can you blur images to hide confidential information from screenshots that you are taking? I discovered a neat tool at http://www.resize.it, which helps you do that, in addition to other cool actions to perform on images.
Here’s a great infographic that shows you step by step the process of creating business cards. Take a look at your own business cards and see if the typeface and the other details convey the meaning that you want. Oh, and make sure to scroll to the end and see non-traditional material to print on, such as cookies and meat – meat wrapping, I hope Enjoy!
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