This blog is now rarely updated, but remains as an archive of bits and pieces I've collected from around the internet. To see what's caught my eye more recently, find me on twitter.

Wednesday, 14 March 2012

#155;

It's been a while. Feast on this bunch o' goodies.

Inside the creative process of a medical illustrator - wicked awesome:

via

--

Sticking with the illustration theme, check out Thomas Sullivan's food chain illustrations:

--

I really like the sentiment behind this rant/essay from Stephen Fry. A love of language is not the same as inane pendantry.

---

I think there was other good stuff to share, but it's now lost in my readers and read-laters. Just a quick reminder to finish. Check out BPoD - Biomedical picture of the day (which is one of the projects I'm working on at the moment, in my current job). Showcasing the beautiful side of biomedical research.

3 comments:

  1. After a quick overview, I have analyzed completely about your article which contains interesting and amazing information that’s why I like everything about it. Dissertation Writing Service

    ReplyDelete
  2. As display and outdoor signages are crucial for branding and promotion, the demand for thermoformed plastics owing to their low processing costs is surging. Moreover, thermoformed plastics can efficiently attain high volumes with high precision to lure the target audience to consume the product, which is propelling the thermoformed plastics for printing market growth. Over the forecast period, the evolving preference of engineers towards thermoformed plastics instead of metals owing to the lightweight and customisable properties is likely to provide impetus to the market.

    Check it out: glucuronolactone market
    robotics technology market

    ReplyDelete
  3. Thank you for writing this article on #155; I'll do my best to distribute this information as much as possible, and I've bookmarked your page in case anything changes in the future. At the time, I was looking for higher education dissertation topics in the UK and came on your website, which I thoroughly read. It is vital for our people, so please keep up the good work.

    ReplyDelete