Where to find interesting content?

Do you often find yourself sitting with your iPad, blankly staring at the screen, trying to work out how you can best spend your afternoon? Well, below are two of the great sources of interesting content on the web.

1) Mashable

The web’s number one source for digital, social media, business and tech news. Founded by Pete Cashmore, not in Silicon Valley, but in Aberdeen, Mashable is one of the world’s largest websites and is often the primary source of news for social media and digital developments. It’s strapline states ‘All That’s New on the Web’ – clearly they’re right!

2) Behance Network

Ever wondered how great your recent creative product truly is? The Behance Network offers you the opportunity to upload your work to their online portfolio to be viewed, appreciated or critiqued by Behance users. This is where I discovered the astounding Autentika Corporate Identity to name just one. It’s possible to spend hours on Behance admiring the great work uploaded by creatives from all over the world.

You can also follow both on Twitter via @Mashable and @Behance

 

 

 

 

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