The Impossible Project
We aim to re-start production of analog INTEGRAL FILM for vintage Polaroid cameras in 2010!! uhuuu to feliz! :)
A group of men, setting out to revive a Polaroid factory. I once visited the factory in Enschede as a courier and must say it felt a little sacred.
A team of Dutch engineers is trying to re-invent the good ol' white-framed Polaroid snaps.
"We aim to re-start production of analog INTEGRAL FILM for vintage Polaroid cameras in 2010. We have acquired Polaroid's old equipment, factory and seek your support."
"Dont undertake a project unless it is manifestly important and nearly impossible"almost Modern - graphic design
almost Modern - graphic design company in rotterdam.Flickr: Nationaal Archief's Photostream
fantastic photo clips
Amazing collection we can all learn from - Nationaal Archief's PhotostreamNothing - Commercial Creativity
nice website, great illustration of Fiodor SumkinConversie van postcode naar straat + woonplaats
Door de data van http://openkvk.nl bevat #6pp al meer dan 50% van het totaal aantal postcodes in Nederland. Dank aan JWvdV voor de import.Project 6PP ontsluit vrije geografische gegevens in Nederland. Plaatsen, postcodes, straten en geo-coördinaten zijn toegankelijk als wiki, webservice en downloads.
Project 6PP ontsluit vrije geografische gegevens in Nederland. Plaatsen, postcodes, straten en geo-coördinaten zijn toegankelijk als wiki, webservice en downloads310k of pure magik
while the top income-tax rate in the United States is 35 percent, the numbers are a bit misleading. “People coming from the U.S. to the Netherlands focus on that difference, and on that 52 percent,” said Constanze Woelfle, an American accountant based in the Netherlands whose clients are mostly American expats. “But consider that the Dutch rate includes social security, which in the U.S. is an additional 6.2 percent. Then in the U.S. you have state and local taxes, and much higher real estate taxes. If you were to add all those up, you would get close to the 52 percent.”
29 Apr 09 /
Free Loading Free Lance writer extols the collective virtues of the Dutch.
For 18 months now I’ve been playing the part of the American in Holland, alternately settling into or bristling against the European way of life. Many of the features of that life are enriching. History echoes from every edifice as you move through your day. The bicycle is not a means of recreation but a genuine form of transportation. A nearby movie house sells not popcorn but demitasses of espresso and glasses of Dutch gin from behind a wood-paneled bar, which somehow makes you feel sane and adult and enfolded in civilization. Then there are the features of European life that grate on an American sensibility, like the three-inch leeway that drivers deign to grant you on the highway, or the cling film you get from the supermarket, which clings only to itself. But such annoyances pale in comparison to one other. For the first few months I was haunted by a number: 52. It reverberated in my head; I felt myself a prisoner trying to escape its bars. For it represents the rate at whichShowcase Of Web Design In The Netherlands - Smashing Magazine
Great showcase -- some flash, some not
Showcase de websites holandeses, bem legal