It's been a holiday season full of e-cards! This card from Harry N. Abrams shows a magical image of Central Park. CEO Michael Jacobs writes:
"When I picked this image for our company holiday card--from our forthcoming book Seeing Central Park by Sara Cedar Miller of the Central Park Conservancy--it was around 50° (F) in the city but I thought that the mood it evoked was so perfect and dreamlike that I couldn't resist. If you were in NY now you'd know that it's been snowing intermittently since Friday and the Sheephold is as wintry and beautiful as depicted in this photo. The red brick building in the background is a well known restaurant seen from a different angle and its red brick façade in the snow (not unlike what it looks like outside my window now) is an inspiration as well."
A wonderful e-card from Brian Morris, owner of AVA Books, takes you on a fantasy ride with Santa around the globe, through the works of British artist and illustrator Jacquie Lawson. Click on this link to see the animated card, it is really lovely!
Also received some really nice personal e-cards from friends and colleagues. One from Bahar Gidwani, publisher, entrepreneur, and currently CEO of a new start-up called Sonibyte that allows publishers to convert their content into podcasts. Bahar's card is photo-album of a year of travels, and he certainly echoed my sentiments in his wishes that 2009 be a year of positive change for all of us!
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