Photograph of a delicate work of art made with 100 percent chocolate. (Credit: Sakurako Kitsa)
Most people think about eating when they see food served on the table. A rare few, see food as potential works of art. Such is the case of Sakurako Kitsa who ingeniously created “The Chocolate Saffragists” using 100 percent milk chocolate, molded and freeform-drawn, except for the clothing, which was made from homemade modeling chocolate.
Ms Kitsa describes herself as a “written communicator, bento artist, bitter ex-medical student, grieving mama, lifelong cancer patient and probable medical-text centerfold. Rampant creator. Don’t touch; I bite.”
Wackyfun Food Art Time Web site includes a collection of 54 works of art beautifully designed by Ms. Kitsa which are equally attractive and……yummy. Sayonara!
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It’s been a while since Microsoft came up with Internet Explorer 7. In the meantime, Apple Safari, Opera and Mozilla Firefox have added a few goodies to their own Web browser. “Enough is enough,” said Steve Ballmer, and instructed its Redmond’s elves to start working on a newer web browser—Internet Explorer 8.
Internet experts are saying that IE8 will probably hit the streets sometime in November, just in time before Santa Claus comes to town. Most of the features you’ll find in this latest release are features you already get with competitive browsers—with a few exceptions.
Don Farber of “Outside the Lines” discusses with his buddy Robert Vamosi some of the new features included in IE8. Please click here to enjoy a comprehensive video on IE8′s features, as well as a couple of links to interesting articles on the subject.
After viewing the video and reading the related literature, the sixty thousand dollar question is, which browser would you prefer, Internet Explorer or Firefox? Good Day!
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