Curious to see its usability in practice. The outcome of ideas and steps implemented though is spot on, pretty much hits all the steps of creating a viral product. Mentioned by “Made To Stick” by Chip and Dan Heath: Simple, unexpected, concrete, credible, emotional, stories, check! Also in “Contagious” by Jonah Berger: social currency, triggers, emotion, public, practical value (this might be lacking, but in theory it does contain practical value), and stories. Check check. All in all though utter brilliance via design/storytelling!  

3 absolute truths

Since I’m struggling to sleep, a note to my self about the absolute truths of the world/since these are the only consistencies in a world of flux. Which in a way/just a tad helps alleviate the stress/anxiety of living life.

1) Everything is contrived or rather constructed. (Ie. cars=metal+wheels+design, law=social implementations to keep order, restaurants=places to eat together but not, plates=some ceramic object that’s flat, also jobs/job title/power) the more I breakdown the elements the stranger all becomes
2) which brings me to my 2nd point: everything is an illusion: to the core we are nothing but energy bc Einstein e=mc^2, nothing but atoms. Objects are solid because of the frequency of vibration in relation to another. Which means nothing is as it seems/or rather we only perceive so little. Also consciousness is a strange thing, as well as memory-which can be extremely faulty…
3) last because I believe everything happens for a reason which I believe is evidenced by synchronicity or maybe it’s the other way around, there is something/someone greater than us, call it God/the universe.

3 absolute truths for a world of flux.

SDAJFSLDJFD I CANT BELIEVE HOW LONG THIS TOOK, a mere 6 seconds of fishes doesn’t quite show the actual input…but that’s the price of practice, and hopefully perfection. 

parallax effect, aftereffect-2d to 3d.

Side note: loading times for literally everything from rendering to tumblr…sigh my computer/interwebz speed..



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