Funny because it’s true. Comedian, star of the Netflix special Everything’s Fine, and Trump lip-syncing sensation Sarah Cooper presents the must-have book you never knew you needed, 100 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings. In it, you will learn how to appear smart in less than half the time it takes to actually learn anything. Continue reading »
Illustrator Sarah Cooper has created a brilliant leadership guide for women. Hopefully it will help you to achieve the ultimate career success. If you value this advice, you should also check out her bestseller How To Be Successful Without Hurting Men’s Feelings which has the full collection of non-threatening leadership strategies for women. Continue reading »
Want to stay in perfect shape while working a desk job? Here are the 12 best exercises to do at your desk, some without moving a single muscle! Created by book author and blogger Sarah Cooper. Continue reading »
Want to stay in shape at work even when working from home during the COVID-19 lockdown? Here are the 12 best strategies to appear smart in emails! Created by book author and blogger Sarah Cooper. Continue reading »
Artist Sarah Cooper has put together a funny and very true list of work meeting achievement badges. See if you can collect them all during a single meeting! Continue reading »
After a year hiatus (and a lot more living), comedian and comic artist Sarah Cooper is back with yet more illustrations highlighting the subtle differences between living in NYC and SF. The New York transplant who spent 5 years in the city before moving to SF certainly notices the quirks of each, pointed out hilariously in this new set of comics below. Continue reading »
You know those good old visual puzzles where you have to spot the differences between two similar images? The Instagram account celebbeforeafter is something along the lines of that, though the side-by-side pictures are always of famous celebrities, showing how they looked then and how they look now. Continue reading »
These Winning Photos Of The 2018 Underwater Photographer Of The Year Contest Will Take Your Breath Away
The ocean is stunning as it is terrifying. Underwater Photographer of the year contest awards those who use their creative skills to capture the stunning beauty of ocean and marine life. The winners of this year contents have been announced, photographers from 63 countries submitted over 5,000 photos in 11 categories.
German photographer, Tobias Friedrich, won the grand prize for his photograph ‘Cycle – War’ which shows a panoramic view of the shipwrecked SS Thistlegorm, stocked with rows of 16H motorbikes loaded into Fordson WOT 3 trucks.
British Waters Compact Category: “Peek-A-Boo!” By Martin Edser, UK
“It’s always fun to dive with and photograph seals but this encounter was extra special. I had not seen any on this dive probably because it was late afternoon and they were enjoying a sensible nap on shore. I was beginning to lose hope when out of nowhere a head popped up out of the kelp and gave me an inquisitive stare. It disappeared again as quickly as it appeared only for the head to pop up again a few moments later in what I can only describe as a game of ‘Peek-a boo’! The water was murky and flash was not really an option, but we were shallow and it was a bright afternoon so anticipating where the head was likely to appear and using a wide aperture and as fast shutter speed as I could, allowed me to capture this memorable experience and the face of my playmate.” Continue reading »
First place, Puppies. Klaus Dyba from Germany took this photograph of Ceylin, a three-month-old Italian greyhound. (Photo by Klaus Dyba/Dog Photographer of the Year 2018) Continue reading »
Here is a collection of vintage, rare, candid, funny, beautiful, weird and awesome celebrity photos. Photos showing celebrities in a way that you are maybe not used to see them. Enjoy! Continue reading »
Mountains are made of rock. They don’t usually move. But they do generate plenty of motion: they allow for streams to carve their way through their slopes. They create habitats for animals and plants. And they are shaped by wind and weather. For us humans, they are a recreational destination, a playground and in a way, a “gym”. Everything in them that moves or is moved is part of “Mountain.Moves”.
In cooperation with partners of eight countries and the support of the IMS, KIKU wants to acknowledge creativity and the powers of observation of all mountain lovers. The best photos will be rewarded with a special prize and the photographers invited to the award ceremony at the IMS. A selection of pictures will be exposed in the city center of Brixen/Bressanone, Italy. Continue reading »