Yesterday we went on a pretty awesome rooftop party organized by Jolly Industry, the newly formed clothing brand from Skopje focusing on positive humor, irony and highlighting an independent attitude.
Smiling familiar faces, great music and Pop-Up promotion overlooking Kale Fortress and the city park. Excellent event, we want more please! 🙂 Continue reading Jolly Industry’s Awesome Video Ad
In this video you can see Petar Mladenovic and Mikael Duganov talking about skateboarding in Macedonia in the years around 2002 on a local TV Show called T-Grad.
There is also short trailer for the second SKIROL video.
Continue reading SK8MKD appearance on T-Grad Show
A transparent portal for bike bloggers and the industry – Blogger’s code ensures quality. Writing and riding are two passions, brought together in one platform: The Wriders’ Club (TWC).
The leading trade show Eurobike and the pressedienst-fahrrad are establishing this new platform for bike blogs with the goal of make the work of digital influencers more visible by bringing them together on one single website. This not only makes it easier for bloggers to get in contact with one another. Companies that are interested in working with bike enthusiasts as possible multipliers for their brand will be able to find all of the members of the platform in one place. To ensure a high level of quality to guarantee responsible treatment of the digital public, every participating blogger will be required to sign The Wriders’ Club blogger’s code. Continue reading New Platform for Bike Bloggers: The Wriders’ Club
All you ever wanted to know about Particulate Matter (PM) but were too afraid to ask.
PM stands for Particulate Matter.
It is the term for particles found in the air including dust, dirt, soot, and smoke. These particles can be suspended in the air for long periods of time.
Particulate Matter comes in a wide range of sizes, measured in micrometers or ‘microns’. Like inches, meters and miles, a micron is a unit of measurement for distance, a very small distance. There are 1000 microns in one millimeter and about the same width of a hair on your head. Continue reading What Does PM Stand For?