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"After learning Human-Computer Interaction, only then I know that my personal tendency is towards baroque-style. No wonder my interest Chrome theme is “marlies|dekkers” which I never changed it since first time using it. My famous preferred sites to list is “Taylor Swift”, “Sophie Kinsella”, “Kate Spade” and adorable “Benefit”! (oh these just show how much I love to be a lady! and this is the first time I share to others what my fav bookmark.hurmph). Nevertheless, in interface design, baroque shouldn’t be an option for it lead to visual clutter which not suitable for practical use in learning application and any other tech design. On contrary, baroque will always be my eye-capturing art in either clothing line, art, photo or as simple touch home add-on.
I don’t always share or babbling about small thing, but when I do, it means a big influence in me I want to talk about it to everybody! Good day!"

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Awesome man.

Awesome man.

You AND I seems a NEVER, but we AND God is an ALWAYS.

You AND I seems a NEVER, but we AND God is an ALWAYS.

I love this tee when I really miss my family very much

I love this tee when I really miss my family very much

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rozanes:

ReCraft Your Room Divider: Just fold it
 
A modulare room divider Just Fold It ? That’s cool. But, this is so much more!  It’ll stand up to a stiff breeze, making it a great choice for an outdoor event. It’s super-flexible for whatever size is needed, be it a warehouse-sized divider wall, or a small privacy panel for a powder room. But, you know what I like best about it? The panels can come back around and attach to themselves, making a pillar, or hollow base. Cap it, and you have a quick, but dramatic base for a huge arrangement. I wonder if they got this idea from traveling stage shows? No matter, it’s a great concept! 
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rozanes:

ReCraft Your Room Divider: Just fold it

A modulare room divider Just Fold It ? That’s cool. But, this is so much more!  It’ll stand up to a stiff breeze, making it a great choice for an outdoor event. It’s super-flexible for whatever size is needed, be it a warehouse-sized divider wall, or a small privacy panel for a powder room. But, you know what I like best about it? The panels can come back around and attach to themselves, making a pillar, or hollow base. Cap it, and you have a quick, but dramatic base for a huge arrangement. I wonder if they got this idea from traveling stage shows? No matter, it’s a great concept! 

Read More on Kathy’s Column

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