The Newport Beach Film Festival European Spotlight had us join them as official print sponsor for their festival night and gala.
We’re sponsoring the Newport Beach Film Festival Pacific Rim Spotlight by putting together beautiful brochures to compliment their event, check them out!
Working with the #NBFF every year has been a privilege, as a way for us to help celebrate the arts as well as giving back to our local community in Denver and Costa Mesa. For the Newport Beach Film Festival Irish Spotlight we’ve put together beautiful brochures to compliment their event, check them out!
From our family to yours, we hope everyone has a Happy Thanksgiving!
Enjoy the food, friends, and festivities.
We’re getting closer to the world of 3D Printing! The latest update from Adobe gives us more capabilities in Photoshop CC for 3D printing design and application – as printers from MakerBot and others become more affordable and mainstream.
Not only that, but if you don’t have a 3D printer, Adobe has made it easy to use SketchFab and other online solutions to share your printable models – so you can order your 3D printed objects from vendors.
Read the original report on Google by Sergey Brin and Lawrence Page – the school project at Stanford University that began the Search Engine mecca you know today.
This amazing article, a shorter version of their entire project, is still original and unedited.
Amazing to consider that Google originally contained a database of 24 million pages, on 109gb of disk space. By comparison, most home computers now come with 500gb of disk space!
Today, it’s reported that Google contains an index of over 45 billion pages! [source]
Though Google has changed a lot since then, if you’re interested in the base of how they pioneered the Search Engine industry, this is a great read. If you’re into Social Media, Page Rank, how to get better ranking in Google, or Search Engine Optimization – this is a necessary read!
Is Printed Marketing Material More Environmental Friendly Than Online Marketing?
Maybe. Here are some interesting facts we read on the internet:
• One email, with a 400k attachment, sent to 20 people, is equivalent to burning a 100w light bulb for 30 minutes.
• Reading the news online for more than 30 minutes can consume 20% more energy than reading a traditional newspaper.
• Performing two google searches uses up as much energy as boiling the kettle for a cup of tea
• Pizza can contain every group of the food pyramid.