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“Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.”
“Where Do We Go From Here?” (1967)
Since 1973, the Biennale of Sydney exhibitions have presented the work of 1355 artists from 82 countries.
Most of these artists were also brought to Sydney by the Biennale, which often facilitated their travel and coordinated their professional engagements in a national outreach program to art schools and universities across Australia.
The 1960s TV hit Get Smart featured a running gag about a shoe phone — a phone embedded in Maxwell Smart’s shoe. One reason it was funny was that it seemed so far-fetched.
But not to the Motorola engineers who, in April 1973, released the world’s first cellphone. They used to call it the Shoe Phone because that was the only thing they had to compare it to.
Engaging Workspace with Technology – A Planning Approach to Future-Proof Your Investment
New work styles demand a planning approach that jointly considers furnishings and technology. The all-encompassing use of technology in today’s office is driving more mobile, social, collaborative—and less predictable—patterns of work