John Fowles, The French Lieutenant's Woman
In its next step toward ultimately taking over the world, Google just launched its first magazine, Think Quarterly, and it's a knockout. Sixty-two clean, stylish pages created by London-based design firm The Church of London (the minute you go to their site it will make absolute sense why Google chose them to layout their magazine) and made available for public viewing via Issuu (get a free account now - again, the reason will be immediately apparent upon log in). We love the design, the content, and just about everything about Think Quarterly, which is dedicated to the singular topic of data management. View it below, or click here and a PDF of the entire magazine will be downloaded on your desktop within seconds.
If you expect a magazine that will inundate you with new gadgets, new technology, and NEW, faster ways to speed up your already insanely fast lifestyle, think again style. Think Quarterly appreciates white space, time to reflect, and. . . humor. The first issue tackles our data OBESITY problem; it's all about watching your cyber calories these days.
Have a snickers and enjoy. . .
This is, far and away, the most impressive publication we have seen online in a long time. In a society so obsessed with speed, JBCStyle is all about sitting down four times a year and thinking. . . they're just starting us with doing it quarterly, baby steps style.
Gaga for Google style.
*A thank you to Vinny Ahooja for always selecting the life-altering books. The French Lieutenant's Woman, The Catcher In The Rye, Atlas Shrugged, The Intelligent Investor, and on, and on. . .