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Written By Aqil Rouf

When it comes to branding your product/service, designing a logo is always a tricky affair. More often than not, logo design is about finding a balance between creating something that is memorable and creating something that resonates your brand's values. A negative space logo, whereby the space around the logo is used (in addition to the logo itself) to convey the brand’s message, is an effective way to achieve this. That said, it takes a certain level of creativity and “thinking outside the box” to be able to exploit this space, so to speak. More on the reverse.

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Written By James Embiricos

If it’s good music you’re after, you have definitely come to the right place! Something for the Weekend is a weekly series rounding up the latest and greatest musical finds - just in time for the weekend! They say you can’t please everyone, we say otherwise; our writers have an eclectic taste in music, so we’re sure there’s a little something for everyone in our seventeenth #SFTW episode. More on the reverse.

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Written By Aqil Rouf

If you have been following us since Blogybuilding.com, then you’ll know that we love a good giveaway. However, since we’re no longer a health and fitness blog per se, we began pencilling ideas for what would make an awesome prize and, moreover, reflect that we are now a “lifestyle and culture news-hub.” The ASUS Transformer Pad is a beautiful piece of machinery. It’s a hybrid, meaning that it’s both a tablet and a PC. How? Well the tablet can attach/detach to and from the docking station, which offers a full QWERTY keyboard and touchpad. More on the reverse.

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Written By Aqil Rouf

Remember when you used to argue with your older/younger brother/sister over who got the bigger piece of cake? Who am I kidding - we still do that! Well, the Cake Divider by Klipy hopes to bring an end to such squabbles by allowing you to divide a cake/pie into equal slices. Simply find the centre of the cake, pop in the gadget, make an initial cut, then line up the guides according to the amount of slices you want, 6, 8, 10, or 12 equal sized pieces – it’s a piece of cake (pun intended)! More on the reverse.

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Written By Aqil Rouf

There is no denying that technology, in its many forms, plays an integral role in our day-to-day lives. However, just when you think you have seen all that the tech world has to offer, along comes a game-changer. There is currently no innovation out there that intrigues me more than 3D printing. If you have ever studied Design Technology (D.T.) in secondary/high school, you should be familiar with the terms computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM). 3D printing utilises CAD/CAM technology; in other words, three-dimensional solid objects can be composed from a digital model. From reconstructing bones and teeth to creating models of buildings, 3D printing has various uses. In fact, Jay Leno has even used a 3D printer to create discontinued parts for his classic cars. The possibilities are endless. More on the reverse.

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Written By Aqil Rouf

The internet is filled to the brim with various works of art and photography. Every now and again, however, you will come across something different. Something that catches your eye. Something that will make smile or even laugh. You get the drift. Tim Tadder’s Water Wigs certainly falls under this category. “We found a bunch of awesome bald men and hurled water balloons at their heads, to capture the explosion of water at various intervals.” Says Tadder, and the results are quite spectacular. More on the reverse.