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CLEVELAND, Ohio aIf one has kids on middle college, it’s likely that you understand approximately musical. Ly, either a video social marketing, and its own refreshing spinoff, live. Ly. But then are all any of these apps safe and sound made for kids?

Here is either a rundown. What is musical. Ly?

Musical. Ly, either a Shanghai-based social-media marketing, is super popular with young people and then preteens. Reports on app’s collection of populace change from 60 million directly to 120 million. Irrespective, millions of kids are employing information technology to develop 15-second videos of themselves singing, lip-syncing and then dancing. Either a app, that was published on 2014, is free of charge made for Apple and then Android machines. Populace, or “Musers” mainly because followers associated with the app touch themselves, should be able to follow finance to help keep tabs on a favourite artists. Mega-popular celebrities, including Ariana Grande and then Selena Gomez, use the app. Musers should be able to want posts, comment, ask questions and invite people to intro duets. They can even describe his or her musical. Ly glad on some other social press platforms, and then like the majority of associated with the platforms, musical. Ly is hashtag centric. Last year, either a #DontJudgeChallenge proceeded to go viral arising from musical. Ly’s musers. Either a social press marketing campaign was likely to war mechanisms shaming, as per MTV, but then even did the opposite all by reinforcing beauty “ideals. “

Musical. Ly populace distributed videos of themselves in need of “ugly” with eyeglasses, pimples, distance tooth, dense eyebrows and then feel hair. Watch either a video over to see a number of the #DontJudgeChallenge, and then note that video has already almost 120 million destinations on YouTube. Fundamentally, musical. Ly enables its own populace directly to express themselves on a really creative methodology. But then most of the app’s populace are all youthful. What’s more, a personal regardless of whether its own strongest stars, Jacob Sartorius, is 13. He has already over ten million followers on a app. Directly to download and then sign up for either a app, populace have to be at the very least 13. But then let’s still be 100 % pure, it’s not hard directly to relaxation approximately how old you are on the internet. What is live. Ly?

Live. Ly, either a live-streaming video app, is quite refreshing. It was published in-may and then racked up over 2 million downloads on per month. Mainly because we have the majority being used, at which flying taking a stand made for live-streaming social press with Twitter’s Periscope and then Facebook Live. Mainly because musical. Ly focuses on tunes, live. Ly has already musers free of charge reign about how they want to instruct followers and then enables musers directly to communicate with followers instantly. Musers can choose taken from a variety of categories, including makeup, life styles, sing, dance, and the like. , directly to tag in their live videos. So can be any of these apps safe and sound for your middle schoolers?

Probably. Nevertheless the hard part is the selection. You’ll want directly to make sure your kid disables distance facility while in the app on his or her phone controls. After that in the app, you’ll want directly to intro three tabs in the app settings:

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First of all on live. Ly, populace indicator on using their musicl. Ly profile, so the scheduling preferences should be able to still exist an equal while in the live-streaming app. Made for live. Ly, nervousness either a requirement for breakthrough intelligent while using the app. Live streaming is exactly what information technology looks like; your body’s kid will be go on the internet, while not the capability to edit either a video before the rest view it. Distance associated with the live-stream is functional as it could provide for off information regarding in cases where your body’s kid lives and then spends day time. Here is just one more step to keep in mind. Musical. Ly is certainly a built-in music-based app, but not every one of the tunes are all kid friendly. You can find tens of Musically Followers 2017 thousands of song categories to choose from and then what appears want millions of tunes, which means that your kid probably has not been likely to still be singing Disney tunes.


date designed 2010

We are excited to present Outee – a range of furniture we are currently developing at Studio Sam.

Outee was initiated to address real needs, in particular the challenges of urban growth.  It was designed with micro-scale spaces in mind. The compact design and adaptability of the modules provide a spatial solution where floor space is limited.

The Furniture Module offers several functions simply by rotating it – a table and chair, a bar stool, a bench or a high table.

The Planter can be rotated to provide 2 different pot sizes for a variety of plants and / or stages of maturity.

Outee is suitable both outdoors and indoors.

It would be ideal for small outdoor spaces such as balconies.  Outee would also sit comfortably in bookshops, breakout spaces, kids bedrooms and the like.  Its flexibility would earn it high praise at  galleries, resorts, cafes, libraries, universities and schools.

The design of Outee was proudly supported through a Creative Sparks Grant, a joint initiative of Brisbane City Council and the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.

materials UV resistant recyclable polyethylene

colours a variety of neutral and bright colours.

price POA.   Please contact Studio Sam.

photography Mindi Cooke

Musing Sustainability

publication Craft Australia Blogspot

title Sam Parsons: Musing on a Sustainable Practice

date 6 December 2011

This special feature on the Craft Australia blog focuses on sustainability, and in particular sustainable practice and making in 2011.

This is what I had to say:  “To me sustainability goes beyond material selection, recycling and minimizing environmental and social impacts. These should go without saying.  To me sustainability is about asking the bigger questions. Do we really need more designer furniture?  Does the design contribute something worthwhile?”

“As a designer I grapple with questions like these on a constant basis.  I am consequently committed to designing solutions that have real purpose, respond to everyday needs, are adaptable, contribute to the quality of life, can transcend transient fashion and importantly challenge society’s ‘throw away’ mentality”.

Please read more are Craft Australia Sustainability Forum

Thank you Belinda for inviting me to participate.

QLD Export Awards 2011

Studio Sam and seven other leading Queensland practitioners were invited by Artisan to showcase some works at The Premier of Queensland’s Export Awards 2011.  Some of our Sienas and book sculptures were used as table centre pieces and provided “a fabulous talking point for the 800+ guests”.

The awards which are Queensland’s highest recognition of exporting achievement were held on October 20 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Link Artisan

photos provided by Artisan

Part of a Collection

publication Inside Out

date May-June 2011

article Well Played

product featured Mini Bookscreen

The article features the Elsternwick home of creative pair Dean and Tanya Cherny.  Dean has been an “avid art collector” for 13 years.  A Mini Bookscreen by Studio Sam is in some great company including paintings by David Bromley and Tim Storrier.

The Mini Bookscreens bright colours pop out as it sits on a custom designed, dark timber shelving system in the living room.

The “house relies primarily on a white palette, but strong colour is introduced in dramatic artworks and accessories”.

photographer Derek Swalwell

stylist Jason Grant

author Carrie Hutchinson

Albert Park Residence

client private

category interior design

location Albert Park, Victoria, Australia

architect Philip Crouch Architects

Carefully selected

publication Inside Out

date March-April 2011

article Modern History

product featured Mini Bookscreen

The article features the home of Sydney stylist Claire Delmar and her husband James.  A Mini Bookscreen sits on the windowsill in their master bedroom.

“I spend a lot more time thinking about what I want rather than rushing out and buying something.  I’m quite fussy: I like things I don’t see too much, and things I know other people won’t have”…..”when it comes to the things I buy for my own home, I’m a strong believer in the theory that, if you love it, it’ll work with the other things that you love, too” says Claire.

photographer Corrie Bond

stylist Claire Delmar

author Rachel Smith

Peppermint Interview

publication Peppermint magazine

date Autumn 2011

article Indie Insights: Studio Sam

We felt very privileged to be interviewed by this sustainability focussed magazine who showcase “the best in eco and handmade design from Australia and the rest of the world”.

Sam heard Kelley Sheenan the editor/publisher present at Bubble and Speak in 2010 and really admired her work and commitment to sustainability.

author Jess Noble

Newest family member

We are pleased to share with you a photo of our newest family member, Finn.  Born February 2011.

Photographer by Nikki Paice, Peas and Carrots, Brisbane

Creative Direction Sam Parsons

Asia Pacific Designers

publication Surface Asia

date February 2011, Issue 02

article External Influence

author Anne-Maree Sargeant

Anne-Maree, with an ongoing quest for unearthing originality, identified Sam as one of five Australian designers “who’ve got the goods”.  The 4 other designers included Alexander Lotersztain, Trent Jansen, Tomek Archer and Simone LeAmon. The article was included in a special feature showcasing 20 emerging Asia Pacific designers.

link to Surface Asia Directory