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One will find the everyday trendsetter or just someone stepping out into the world going about business, oblivious to the camera and lost in thought

If you are fashion savvy or even slightly fashion conscious, then there is a good chance that ‘Men in this town’, a men’s fashion journal blog will spring to mind!

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Created by Giuseppe Santamaria, a talented Sydneysider and formerly from Toronto, ‘Men in this town’ captures an array of stylish men in their natural surroundings from jet setting cities across the globe.

Here, one will find the everyday trendsetter or just someone stepping out into the world going about business, oblivious to the camera and lost in thought.

Giuseppe’s journey takes us from London to Tokyo, and from Sydney to New York capturing some interesting characters, fusing the old with the new and the traditional with the conventional.

Earlier this month, the online journal was extended into a coffee-table style hardcover book with an exciting launch held at none other than Harrolds, the luxury menswear retailer in Sydney.

On inspection, we find that Giuseppe’s ‘Men in this town’ hardcover edition is inspiring and entertaining and will interest many, whether you are a photography buff or simply house a penchant for some cool, casual and street smart menswear!

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On closer inspection, we found a new breed of couriers called lifestyle couriers

The hotel industry did not start AirBnB. The rental car industry did not start Zipcar or Car2Go. The taxi industry certainly did not start Uber. These industries are being disrupted and others are sure to follow suit. The question is, who will be next?

A couple of weeks back, we were searching for a courier service and came across a flyer promoting a new service. We checked it out, and boy were we impressed!

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Cleese argues that creativity is not a talent, but a way of operating

Answer: Watch the video below and you’ll see why it’s not important to have an immediate answer to this question. 

 

Though times have certainly changed from 1991, when Microsoft’s MS-DOS 5.0 was a new release, basic principles of creativity have not. That year also saw John Cleese giving a talk about his understanding of creativity which is definitely worth a watch today. He approaches this topic in the way you’d expect – with intelligence, insight, and of course enough lightbulb jokes to drain your iPhone battery.

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