Let me tell you whats up.

Posted by , 4.03.2014, 10:46 am

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What if the most valued product/service in the world became something you didn’t use or had foreseen any use for yourself. That’s the first thought that came to my mind, when I heard that Facebook had bought Whatsapp, a cross platform instant messaging service*(thats how Wikipedia described it), for a whopping $19 billion. The fact that I didn’t use this particular “Mobile App”, made me question my own importance and relevance as a contributor to the world economy. I thought that I must have passed my sell by date as a potential target, or revenue creator for the corporations, and my need to exist was surely in question. My insecurity in regards to this situation was further justified, when I came to understand that the prevailing reason for this purchase was, that Facebook became worried about losing its younger user base. In danger of being deemed old & worthless, I downloaded Whatsapp, but it didn’t make me feel, any younger or any more valuable. Setting aside my personal anxieties, and looking at this from a more general perspective, it worth considering how this purchase in the larger scheme of technological evolution, would affect humanity as a whole, and the way […]

The Shifting Scale of Economics.

Posted by , 26.11.2013, 10:57 pm

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… and the evolution of the “Maldivian Dream” We have been led to believe that economic success has always been dictated by the scale of the population you are able to reach. This is applicable at every level, from individual to companies to countries. Within an individual level, trading your surplus produce, with your neighbors, was what shaped the conventional economic models that our livelihood is based on, built around the idea of specialization and division of labor. The individual evolved from subsistence livelihood, and formed companies or corporations, extending the scale of production, and with it, the need to reach further geographically, hence the beginning of what we now know as the industrial revolution. Large volume of people were required to concentrate within close proximity to reduce the cost of production, as well as develop the necessary homogenous markets for what was being produced, in order that wealth can be amassed in volume. Turn of the 20th Century saw centralization of mass populous groups into clusters and the formation of standardized urban spaces, more familiarly known as cities. – See more at: topysaeed.com

topysaeed.com looking into ideas in my head

Posted by , 27.08.2013, 12:42 am

Branding | Design Development | Opinion

Mooinc Partner and Head of Marketing has launched his personal blog/portfolio. Please visit topysaeed.com looking into ideas in my head

Paula Scher: Do What You’ve Never Done Before

Posted by , 1.11.2012, 1:20 pm

Architecture | Design Development | Opinion

  About this presentation Sometimes you have to ignore the brief, says renowned designer and artist Paula Scher. With a dry wit, Scher takes us behind-the-scenes on four landmark projects — from revamping MoMA’s identity to reinvigorating a Pittsburgh neighborhood through design — to illustrate how asking questions, pushing into uncharted territory, and doing something you’ve never done before leads to great work. Behance Conference

Some works from Final Year Foundation Art Exhitbition at Cambridge (CATS) 1996

Posted by , 16.09.2012, 1:54 pm

moolab | Opinion | Research

Exploring human form, suffering, & measurements. Most of the work were for the sake of learning the process and techniques, but had to find a context which would take a form that could be made & be seen and assessed.