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Living the Dream as a Nature Photographer With Arthur Morris

On Episode 75 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with Arthur Morris who’s living the dream as a world renowned nature photographer! He’s sharing with us the story of how it all began!

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The Art of Bird Photography With Arthur Morris

On Episode 74 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with Arthur Morris, world-renowned nature photographer, writer, & educator! He specializes in birds and is author of the book, The Art of Bird Photography.

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How to Measure Positive Outcomes and Achieve Effective Design

Today on the Edge of Innovation, we discuss positive outcomes and how important design is with researcher and author Victor Yocco.  Learn more about Victor and his new book Design for the Mind, here: http://www.victoryocco.com/

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Letter Fountain – A stunningly well-crafted bible…

Letter Fountain – A stunningly well-crafted bible of typographyLetter Fountainby Joep PohlenTaschen2011, 640 pages, 7 x 9.8 x 2 inches$46 Buy a copy on Amazon In one thick, magnificently printed volume we get a whole course on typography. The back of this 638-page book contains a roundup of the major font families and what makes them special with plenty of printed examples. The front of the book is the best orientation to the logic of fonts that I’ve seen. There may be better books about using the art of typography on a page, but this is the master on the subtleties and dynamics of different fonts. Watch how adding or subtracting serifs changes the emotion of the page. Why are some letters thinner or longer? This book’s knowledge…

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Letter Fountain – A stunningly well-crafted bible…

Pressing The Button

The Mytro Project is almost over. Over the past few months I’ve been writing about my experience crowdfunding and self-publishing a YA fantasy book called Mytro. After running an Indiegogo campaign and coming out with almost $20,000, I’m at the point where I have to start delivering books. When I started writing Mytro I wanted to go the traditional publishing route. I sent it to two agents who, I presume, didn’t trust it to sell enough units and, for all I know, they could still be right. However, I didn’t listen to them and so far I’ve been successful. Here’s what I did to prepare the book over the past few months. I started by rereading what I had written …

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