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Artist Delicately Hand-Cuts Leaves to Create Detailed Works of Art [PHOTOS]

Artist Omid Asadi decided on an unconventional canvas for his artwork: leaves. Asadi hand-cuts designs into leaves to create tiny, delicate pieces.

Source: dashburst.com

 
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4 Types of Logos That Would Never Be Outdated

Probably, the most desired reward for any logo designer is the worldwide appreciation of his/her logos. Even though we are living in a globalized world, the cultural differences are significant and it’s extremely difficult to satisfy everyone’s tastes. Altogether, some designers created logos that seems to be positively appreciated by almost every viewer.

Source: ibrandstudio.com

 
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How to sculpt tweets for maximum engagement (Infographic)

Take a look at this great infographic from The Media Octopus to find out how to carve the most engaging tweet out of 140 characters.

Source: www.dotrising.com

 
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Sometimes you just want to say thank you #TDThanksYou

TD turns ATMs into Automated Thanking Machines to create some very special moments for customers across Canada. 
A thank you can change someone’s day. #TDThanksYou

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Twitter Picked Up 16M Active Users In Q2

In its most recent quarter, Twitter didn’t just report stronger-than-expected financials. It also showed continued user growth, which has been an ongoing concern for the company.


Twitter says there were an average of 271 million monthly active users, compared to 255 million in the first quarter of this year. (Of that total, 211 million active users were mobile, representing 78 percent of all active users.)


That’s an increase of 16 million users, or about 6.3 percent quarter-over-quarter, and an increase of 24 percent year-over-year.


Concerns over user growth were reportedly a big cause of Twitter’s executive shakeup last month. The company’s active user base has never actually declined on a quarterly basis, but its growth appeared to be slowing, reaching a low of 3.9 percent at the end of last year.

Source: techcrunch.com

 
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