the art of thinking clearly
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the art of thinking clearly

We all remember traditional animation, that was carried out with hand drawn art. A group of animators illustrated and colored the photos on celluloid. The celluloid was transparent sheets, the location where the hand drawings were transferred. Each of these "cells", as they were called, were then photographed individually using a super 8 or Oxford camera. Whew ! Lots of work? Well eventually, technology has allowed animators to make use of CGI or Computer Generated Imagery to change the "painful" frustrating work of the past. If you were a subscriber of “Entrepreneur Success” or “Business Opportunities” in the early 98, you may have noticed Jeff Paul’s catchy ads, depicting him sitting at his kitchen and in his underwear talking on the phone and counting money and ads like “How I earn $4000 a day sitting inside my dining table within my underwear?” Jeff himself declared he makes 1000’s of dollars each day before his lunch! Those catchy, intriguing and funny ads were run continuously approximately several years noisy . 98. But those ads were suddenly disappeared; Jeff Paul suddenly sunk somewhere in deep marketing competition. In past generations, singing and playing instruments was a fundamental piece of family life.? A great way to express and entertain yourself yet others.? We didn't understand it, but we had been also exercising our brain in the end played, causing us to become creative, more vibrant, smarter, etc.? In our current generation, we tend to be passive listeners and consumers like a society, and being a result, shorting our mental development and our little ones the opportunity to reach their mental potential.