There are usually only a couple of options when you’re talking in great detail and with sincere passion about something that is invisible without some form of serious magnification.
The 1970s phenomenon of the Pet Rock remains today an important event on the timeline of imbuing inanimate objects with our innermost desires for affection and understanding.
The slow-motion ballet of a jet’s departure from an airport gate fairly screams metaphors to the travel weary audience that stares listlessly from above.
Bought the cheap tickets for a concert and your view is of a pillar? You’re not going to like the sound, either, and not just because of acoustic problems.
Like line arrays 10 or 15 years ago, smart loudspeakers seem poised to become the next big thing in loudspeakers.
On one of my first ever visits to Fort Worth, TX several years ago, I found myself in Billy Bob’s, which happens to be “The World’s Largest Honky Tonk.”
It took less than two seconds for the LA Clippers’ DeAndre Jordan to prepare, formulate, and execute one of the most aggressive slam-dunks of the NB A season earlier this spring.
Learning technology in classrooms has been proven to increase comprehension, test scores, and retention.
At the foot of a giant, shiny condominium tower in downtown Dallas stands a shy, diminutive structure with a design far more complex than one would imagine upon first seeing it.
For the duration of my college career, I worked in a small library on the big campus of Boston University.
For those who see piles of snow undulating across the horizon at this very moment, the thought of a beach probably carries with it the notion of warm sand and brilliant sunlight.
If you and your team dread meetings not for their content, but their duration, it’s possible the format needs to change.