Whatever happened to the days when you could buy stuff from the guys actually making it? Can we avoid the middle-man without forcing him into bankruptcy, or are we heading towards a world of one-stop shopping?
Elneff is tired of feeling bad about hoisting the Danish flag on birthdays, out of fear of being categorized as a right wing bigot. Here’s the solution.
There’s been a good deal of discussion about the new logo for the British Space Agency. This is Elneff’s reply to Robert Day who asked (in Fast Company) why we criticized without showing what we would have done.
Elneff has a few words for the half-baked monkey that created the new identity for the city of Copenhagen. These days, it’s questionable whether open is really a virtue.
You know those soaps in the men’s-room that you have to pee on before they smell good? This is like that. And then again, perhaps not quite.
Everyone is telling stories. But rather than copy/pasting from the last book you’ve read, you might want to consider simply telling your own story.
Last week Copenhagen revealed the winners in the competition for a bike sharing system. And Elneff is NOT happy with the results (or the contestants)