Tag: art

Yaw

October 22, 2019 admin123@ No comments exist

Yaw A yaw rate sensor is an advanced monitor in cars. Working with other safety & security devices, it prevents problems with over- or under-steering becoming accidents. But, as in business systems, the best safety feature is a driver who operates the vehicle correctly. Yaw is the rotation around the central vertical z-axis Guessed the…

August 9, 2019 admin123@ No comments exist

Evaporate Traffic “evaporates” as vehicle drivers go on holiday or choose other ways to make their trips.  Walking, cycling or a ride on the top deck of a bus brings an air of freedom & relaxation – enjoy summer in the city! Guessed the Word?           Series 46 (2/4)       …

October 22, 2018 admin123@ No comments exist

Cheese UK cheese sales recovering after falling for 2 years. Spend on bestseller cheddar up 3.9%.  Shops’ own-labels growing ahead of branded cheese.  1/2 the top 20 brands are now in growth.  Cheese-making is both art & science – from identical ingredients & recipes, different cheese makers make different cheeses Guessed the Word?           …

October 15, 2018 admin123@ No comments exist

Afternoon tea A quintessential British pastime since the 1800s to fill the break between breakfast & dinner.  Traditional menu – finger sandwiches, scones, cakes, teas – can be given a modern twist to reflect art, fashion or other cuisines.  For business or pleasure, “there are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to…

Yet

October 10, 2018 admin123@ No comments exist

Yet Shredded, yet twice as valuable as before.  Voted UK’s 2017 best-loved artwork.  Self-destructed via hidden mechanism in frame moments after auction sale of £1.04m ($1.37m) on 5 Oct.  Value isn’t fixed or tangible; it’s embedded in perceived benefit in the beholder’s mind Guessed the Word?                   Series…

April 18, 2018 admin123@ No comments exist

Unregulated The only market that’s unregulated is the art  business. Buying & selling paintings is one way to clean dirty money Guessed the Word?    Series 22 (2/8)     [pic: daniel van den berg]

January 29, 2018 admin123@ No comments exist

Original No good being original if there’s no demand for the product/ service at a profitable priceA sensible economic model underpins every successful business Guessed the Word?     Series 18 (2/5)      [pic: timon klauser]

August 9, 2017 admin123@ No comments exist

Picasso effect Before success –  Picasso: 700+ sketches of Les Demoiselles. James Dyson: 5,126 vacuum cleaner prototypes.  Edison: 10,000 light bulb filaments.  Persistence pays  Guessed the Word?  Series 7  (1/4)    [painting: Pablo Picasso]