“Tune your television to any channel it doesn’t receive and about 1 percent of the dancing static you…”
There’s a poem in here, somewhere, methinks.
What did you learn today? The perils of fungal infections on lens elements. And now, back to editing.
The Toxic Nature of Email – don’t feel guilty. There’s only one of you, and only so many hours in a day… http://bit.ly/9Kn7BN
How your email account may have been hacked (hotmail, anyone?) and advice on passwords… http://bit.ly/bQFelI
“What poet would we most like to have construct a Heaven for us…?” – James Dickey on Marianne Moore, via firmuhment – http://bit.ly/8X6LSd
“She has asked, and the world has answered, for it understands, in all its billion of parts, how to answer when questions are rightly put”
I don’t really post images on here much these days (unless they’re my own) - I save that for one of my other blogs. This one by Joshua at thelongbrake.com broke through my in-built content filter. Head over to Joshua’s site for a series of images depicting the disassembly and repurposing of an old Goldstar television. Because who needs a screen when the content’s that good?
Youtube Think Video on social media – “connecting people with one another is what works online…” http://bit.ly/bkB67r
“…vast distances are joined, the brain’s landscape equal to the stars.” – Brian Turner, VPR http://bit.ly/cixyLY
Yes. Except, as Nathan goes on to say, it’s so easy to fall into collecting old film cameras, once you get started. For someone who’s not a photographer by trade, I’ve already accumulated a tidy little collection of 35mm cameras - though with the acquisition of the Yashica, everything else is gathering dust. I shoot Canon (500D), Yashica (124G) and iPhone. I hereby pledge to stop scanning Ebay for other alternatives that I don’t really need.
I know. I'm turning into a bit of an Apple (iPad) fanboy. But have you seen Scrabble? http://bit.ly/aa6kAQ
“Bigger is only better when you’re talking vision.” Jarvis/Sagmeister on keeping it real… http://bit.ly/b2jZEK
Miguel Atwood-Ferguson plays each instrument individually in one of a series of beautiful and inspiring videos from The Qualities of Light.
“Our mission is to creatively cultivate a series of visual displays to highlight the lives of inspiring people or organizations within the Los Angeles area. We are sharing distinguished people in action doing what they love and investing time into making a positive difference in this world and the lives of others.”
There’s only three up so far (at time of posting), including a rough home-studio session with Computer Jay, and a pretty inspiring glimpse into the life of esteemed artist Augustine Kofie. Long may they continue.