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- A 12-year-old App Developer
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Posted: 14 May 2012 04:48 PM PDT
Some people have all the luck. You know the type, they always seem to be in the right place at the right time, have all the inside news and are always one step ahead.
If you feel like you are lagging behind, here’s a great tip from Milton Berle, a famous actor and comedian who worked in early Hollywood.
Opportunity is a product of how much effort you make. Think positive, lift your chin high and make your own opportunities happen!
Posted: 14 May 2012 03:10 PM PDT
This is the classy new workspace of VideoHive author Darkpulse. You can almost tell that Sebastian lives in France by looking at the room he works in. The textured wallpaper, chic poster, and chrome lamp work together with panache.
From this angle you can see that his workspace is larger than it first looks. He has a MacBook Pro on one side of his corner desk, and a nice monitor speaker on the other. This angle also shows more clearly the texture in the wallpaper.
What do you think of Sebastian’s workspace? Let us know in the comments.
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Posted: 14 May 2012 03:00 AM PDT
Over on the Tuts+ Premium blog, Skellie has listed 20 Must See TED Talks for Creatives. This is one of them.
"Most 12-year-olds love playing videogames — Thomas Suarez taught himself how to create them. After developing iPhone apps like ‘Bustin Jeiber,’ a whack-a-mole game, he is now using his skills to help other kids become developers."
Posted: 13 May 2012 10:44 PM PDT
This week, teams from both the University of Leeds in the UK and the Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology in Japan, have found that microbes (bacteria) could be the future in making super-fast hard drives.
You never know, maybe these tiny bacteria will be making the next generation of hard drives for your computer or smartphone!
What do you think about using bacteria to make hard drives? Tell us what you think in the comments..
You can read more here.
Posted: 13 May 2012 05:42 PM PDT
With 939 posts and counting, Aetuts+ is the perfect place to learn about video effects. With tutorials for beginners to advanced users, you're bound to find something right at your level.
If you'd like to keep up to date with the latest tutorials from Aetuts+, you'll find it on most social networks.
There's always a lot going on, so follow us in multiple places so you don't miss out! So how often do you visit Aetuts+? Let us know in the comments.
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