Blue Sky Meets Industry – 2012 Photo Challenge

2012 Photo Challenge, Books


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love juxtaposition – mostly because the word sounds so cool.

“I think it’s brought the world a lot closer together, and will continue to do that. There are downsides to everything; there are unintended consequences to everything.” – Steve Jobs on Technology

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