One of the best thing about Twitter is the abundance Twitter tools, apps, widgets, etc.  Almost everyday, I come across something new and today, it’s @Walter’s Twitter Mosaic via @ljjones.

Twitter Mosaic creates a mosaic of your followers and/or friends (similar to FriendorFollow.com) which can be placed on to a T-shirt, mug, mouse pad and tote bag.  The site also gives you a code to place the mosaic on your blog.  More details here.

As much I appreciate all my Twitter buddies, I can’t imagine wearing all of you on a T-shirt. Please don’t take it personal, it just doesn’t go with my wardrobe and I’m not sure how you would feel about having your ‘image’ be in my wash with my socks. So, I’m posting you in this blog entry.  Cheers! Read the rest of this entry »

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Turned on by Mr. Switch

March 15, 2009

Designed by John Caswell (UK) is looking for a manufacturer for his playful switch plate called, Mr Switch!

@smashingmag says this is “so simple, yet so beautiful” and DesignSpotter says, “Mr Switch’ is designed to add a little character to an otherwise inanimate object.”

I say, “when can I order them!”

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Found two things that really inspired me.

Giovanni Sollima for reminding me of my past cello days…

John Keats for showing how beautiful words can be..

Don’t be discouraged by a failure.  It can be a positive experience.   Failure is, in a sense, the highway to success, in as much as every discovery of what is false leads us to seek earnestly after what is true, and every fresh experience points out some form of error which we shall afterwards carefully avoid. — John Keats

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