Caution: This video may make you laugh uncontrollably.
This guy has the hands of a surgeon and the patience of a saint.
The skill and patience of this is mind blowing.
As we (I) get older, we can have a significant loss of flexibility. My wife is a long time yoga practitioner and has been teaching me some small movements I can do to increase strength and flexibility and this was a big help.
That big black circle we often see in movies and TV isn’t real but some of the images in this post are equally amazing.
I’m old enough to remember lusting after an LED watch when I was a kid. They seemed so cool and space age-y. I had to “settle” for an old Timex my dad gave me that turned out to be my most valued possession for years – just because dad gave it to me.
Let’s make this a Summer Olympic sport!
Along with the four “First Dance” ads we linked to this morning, Apple has added four new iPhone spots:
I was pointed to this old video of Jean-Louis Gassée introducing the Macintosh Portable. Fun and funny to watch.
I’ve test-ridden a previous model of the Zero and they are fun, if weird, to ride.
I’ve known a few people who are color blind but this is the best description I’ve read of what dealing with it on a day to day basis is like.
Apple is caught between the proverbial rock and a hard place on this issue.
I think a lot of people might be waiting for Apple to release the AirPower but, until that day happens, here are some units to check out.
Pixsy is an online platform for creatives and image owners to discover where and how their images are being used online.
Typical well thought out analysis. Keep this Goldilocks Era idea in mind over the next few cycles. Apple is going to be just fine with iPhone sales, even if they can’t hit the historic heights of years past.
I’m not a “storm tourist” – I prefer to be a tourist in warm places like Italy – but there is a real draw, especially from a photography point of view, to these places during storm seasons.
These are stunningly complex and beautiful.
Longtime iPhone photographers will already know these but my non-techy wife found them very informative and helpful.
I’m a general hater of subscription-based services but I have no problem recommending Setapp and, with a seven-day free trial that doesn’t require a credit card, it’s a bit of a no-brainer to try it out and see for yourself.
Photoshop Elements doesn’t get nearly the love it deserves. It’s actually a pretty good photo editor, especially for amateurs.
I am an unabashed lover of most things Ferrari and this video is just a reminder of how many of their cars I’ve lusted over through the years. I’ve always wanted the 308 GTSI (The “Magnum P.I.” Ferrari) and I would murder family members just to drive the 1962 250 GTO.
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I have often wondered. Now I want to know the specs of those cameras.
It may not be the “Best Short Film Ever” but it is damn funny.
What used to be a great app atrophied and died because of lack of support from its owner, not because Twitter is “focusing our efforts on a great Twitter experience that’s consistent across platforms.”
As Bombich points out, this is a fairly specific issue that may not affect many of you but it could be catastrophic to those of you it does affect.
We Canadians love our curling. It helps that we are a “world power” of the sport.
Bottom line? Bigger is not always better. But I still wish I had the scratch for either of those machines.
Facebook once again goes above and beyond to prove they are one of the sleaziest companies in America.