Portland, Oregon

Before that Malaysia
Born in Vietnam
Chinese/Vietnamese

Contact:  ducly503 at gmail.com

Inspiration:  www.ducly.tumblr.com http://vi.sualize.us/ducly/

Other photography sites:

www.duclyphotography.com

www.duc.carbonmade.com

www.ducnly.redbubble.com

www.fotoloque.jp/duc

www.flickr.com/photos/ducly

Blurb Book

Blogs:   luxly    duc’s diary tumblr

Paintings:  myARTspace

Architecture:  behance.net/ducly

http://www.linkedin.com/in/ducly

http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/duc

Looking for tools to make me a better diarist.

I’m a traditional diarist who have evolved into a blogger and join the journal 2.0 social applications.
I review paper products on my blog.

I’ve written to many interesting people, companies, and users. I’ve gotten to read interesting innovations and inspirations for a few of the unique brands. I’m glad and thankful to the readers who have discovered some of these products together with me. I hope you’ll stick around for some time. I hope that you won’t be offended by some of my antics and that I want to do a good review for each of these items, no matter how small or insignificant they may be. The ephemera’s of our lives tend to float by un-notices and here I just like to pull them under a scope for careful consideration. I’m always grateful for brands that believe in the experimentation and subject their products to be reviewed on this humble blog.

It’s interesting that in the age of technology, there are new and innovative products emerging in the paper world.
I occasionally write about the metaverse which was introduced to me in a paperback book of Neal Stephenson’s “Snow Crash”.

Although, my educational background is in Architecture, I am currently pursuing my personal interests, be it photography, writing, or architecture. It’s surprising to see that paper products relate to architecture and design. Tom Kelly’s book ‘The Art of Innovation’ has made me realized that products go through a process of design much like architecture. There are a series of ‘fast-prototyping’ and re-design before the final product.
My experience in the Metaverse made me see that architecture can be more then brick and mortar. We experience a built environment, much similar if not the same.

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3 Responses to “About”

  1. Stephen Says:

    Hey, great blog! I will need to look deeper, but I think it would make a great addition to the GTD lens at http://www.squidoo.com/gtdsystem
    Check it out and let me know what you think. I would like to add you to my blogroll as a resource as well. Send me an email and we’ll work it out.

    Thanks,
    S

  2. ducly Says:

    Thanks Stephen for sharing the lens. I try to find your email to write but I can’t find it anywhere.-Duc

  3. bibomedia Says:

    🙂


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