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How to Make Use of Wallpaper Background for Your Online Business

June 4, 2010 Leave a comment

If you own a shop or restaurant, you would probably take serious effort on interior design and decoration for branding. You are also keen on personalize your belongings, like put a sticker on your newly bought laptop to hopefully show how unique you are. This is nothing new either for businesses or individuals. The same applies to online community. We focus a lot on web designs to suit our own identities. The wallpaper background, which is perhaps the largest available space online, could have more potential usages than just being nicely designed and filled up to attract eyeballs.

One usage is to enrich your end-users’ consuming experiences at your site by letting them personalize the background themselves. Read more…

Join the Crowd-Source Opera for Finland’s Festival in 2012

May 8, 2010 Leave a comment

Finland’s Savonlinna Opera Festival has launched a Opera by You project (www.operabyyou.com) on May 6 aiming to crowd-source the whole production and stage a premiere in a medieval castle built in 1475 in the summer of 2012.

So anybody signed up on-line can submit his own creation of story, libretto, music, costume and/or stage design from beginning to end with full access to the whole production crew including soloists, a chorus of 80 and symphony orchestra. Who knows, some cellphone salesman or housewife might find his/her talent shine directly in front of 60,000 people next summer and many more through media sending.

St. Olaf's Castle, the venue of the festival

Actually this is even cooler than the reality talent shows in my eyes. It will probably Read more…