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The Critical Few: Working with Your Culture to Change It

CULTURE is hard to change. And we’re usually fighting against it. But what if we used the culture to change it? What if by focusing on a few critical elements we could work with our culture instead of against it? In the Global Culture Survey 2018 by The Katzenbach Center, a whopping 80% of respondents say their organization’s culture must evolve in the next five years for their company to succeed, grow, and retain the best people. I think we’re all there, so the challenge is how to make that ha...
Tags: Facebook, Leadership, Instagram, Management, James Thomas, John Katzenbach Gretchen Anderson, Keystone Behaviors, Richard Pascale


These Instagrammers show the REAL Berlin

We all know the glossy Instagram accounts that almost make you think Berlin is a permanently sunny resort where all you see are fit yogis running around with their cute puppies and the occasional elderly couple sitting on a bench in Tiergarten. Well, one look out of the window will suffice to realize that the reality is not all that ideal. But we love that about Berlin – its unpredictable weather, extraordinary characters, and the fact that some corners can get a bit rough. We found three Instag...
Tags: Photos, Photography, Fashion, Instagram, Greece, Berlin, People, EFI, Stories, Street Photography, Kreuzberg, Potsdamer Platz, Museum Island, Shams, Garten, Friedrichshain


New podcast: life as a digital nomad

In this month’s episode of Speaking of Translation, Eve Bodeux and I interview German to English translator Katie Schober about her life on the road as a digital nomad. Katie–a longtime Speaking of Translation listener, who specializes in history and genealogy translations–has spent six months traveling the US with her husband while continuing to work full time, and they’re about to embark on the European leg of their journey. Katie talks about planning this kind of trip, working full-time while...
Tags: Instagram, Podcasts, US, Linguistics, Digital Nomad, Katie, Eve Bodeux, Speaking of Translation, Katie Schober


Samsung Shows Off Foldable Smartphone – New Galaxy Fold Coming April 26

Well, it finally happened. A bendable, foldable phone is coming our way from none other than Samsung and, priced at $USD 1,980, it will be a pretty expensive (read: exclusive) piece of kit when it... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Photography, News, Samsung


Mark Zuckerberg said he doesn't want 'a camera in everyone’s living room,' but seemed to forget that Facebook sells a camera that goes in living rooms (FB)

Mark Zuckerberg recently spoke with Harvard Law professor Jonathan Zittrain as part of his New Year's resolution to host more open dialogues about the impact of tech on society.  During the conversation, Zuckerberg said: "W e definitely don’t want a society where there’s a camera in everyone’s living room." In turn, Zittrain pointed out that Facebook actually sells a camera-equipped device for the living room — Facebook Portal, its smart speaker with video calling. Reactions to Facebook's...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, Instagram, Trends, Zuckerberg, Jonathan Zittrain, Zittrain, Harvard Law, Amazon Alexa, Facebook CEO, Facebook Portal


This 4.9mm Hyperfisheye prototype lens is so wide it can see behind itself

LensRentals has posted some fantastic teardowns with impressive regularity over the years, but it’s rare that we see them put something together. They thought that it was about time to show off building a lens, after shooting timelapse of tearing down the massive C-4 Optics 4.9mm f/3.5 Hyperfisheye prototype lens from scratch, LensRentals founder, Roger […] The post This 4.9mm Hyperfisheye prototype lens is so wide it can see behind itself appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Optics, Teardown, Lensrentals, Roger, Fisheye, 4.9mm, C-4 Optics, 9mm Hyperfisheye


This custom ‘hyperfisheye’ lens can see behind itself

If you’re doing ordinary photography and videography, there’s rarely any need to go beyond extreme wide angle lenses — but why be ordinary? This absurd custom fisheye lens has a 270 degree field of view, meaning it can see behind the camera it’s mounted on — or rather the camera mounted on it. It’s certainly a bit of fun from Lens Rentals, the outfit that put it together, but it’s definitely real and might even be useful. Their detailed documentation of how they put it together piece by piece is...
Tags: Gadgets, Photography, Hardware, Tech, Nikon, Optics, Lenses, Lens, Bender, Lens Rentals


Set Your Calendar for March 26 – New Huawei Flagship Smartphone Coming with Leica Quad Camera

Nothing says high-end like a Leica. But what about four Leica lenses? Overkill, you might say, or just right if you’re a Huawei fanboy. The new P30 flagship smartphone from China’s embattled company... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Photography, News, China, Huawei, New Huawei, Leica Quad Camera


Watch the construction of a giant, widest-ever 270-degree fisheye lens

Think you've seen wide fisheye lenses? Think again. A team from Lens Rentals recently shared a behind-the-scenes look at a custom prototype 4.5mm fisheye lens, which captures a whopping 270-degree view. The post Watch the construction of a giant, widest-ever 270-degree fisheye lens appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Wide Angle Lens, Lens Rentals, Circular Fisheye


Here’s everything announced at Samsung’s Galaxy S10/Galaxy Fold event

Missed today’s Samsung Unpacked event in San Francisco? In all, we have five new phones — one of them a foldable, some new earbuds, a virtual assistant and a watch. Here’s everything you need to know. Samsung’s Galaxy Fold, presented at Unpacked in San Francisco. (Source: Samsung) Samsung’s Galaxy Fold launches April 26, starting at $1,980 The last time we saw Samsung’s foldable onstage, it was, quite literally, shrouded in darkness. The company debuted a prototype of the upcoming device at ...
Tags: Gadgets, Technology, Instagram, Samsung, San Francisco, Tech, Smartphones, Companies, Mobile Phones, Samsung Electronics, Player, Mobile Software, Samsung Galaxy, Virtual Assistant, Samsung Samsung, Bixby


Watch the construction of a 270-degree fisheye lens, the widest ever

Think you've seen wide fisheye lenses? Think again. A team from Lens Rentals recently shared a behind-the-scenes look at a custom prototype 4.5mm fisheye lens, which captures a whopping 270-degree view. The post Watch the construction of a 270-degree fisheye lens, the widest ever appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Wide Angle Lens, Lens Rentals, Circular Fisheye


Adobe confused as to what a Nikon looks like – uses Fuji X-T20 to promote faster Nikon tethering

Adobe has just launched its latest update to Lightroom Classic CC 2019, with a couple of cool new features. One is the new Enhance Details feature (probably nothing like CSI), and they’ve added support for more cameras and lenses, as usual. But the other major highlight of the update is “Faster tethering for Nikon cameras”. […] The post Adobe confused as to what a Nikon looks like – uses Fuji X-T20 to promote faster Nikon tethering appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Adobe, Nikon, CSI, Lightroom, Nikon. Fuji


Another One… BURBERRY Under Fire For ‘Noose-Like’ Fashion Accessory…

Another day, another example of racism in fashion. Several top fashion houses (i.e. Gucci, Prada, Montcler) under fire for questionable fashion have issued “apologies” for their racial insensitivity. [READ: T.I. Proposes ‘Call To Action’ Against Top Fashion Houses…] This time, it’s Burberry. The fashion brand debuted a hoodie during London Fashion week that featured a noose around the neck and even the model who donned it expressed concerns. Details below… (more…) Related Posts ...
Tags: Fashion, London, Celebrities, Beyonce, News, Instagram, Atlanta, Burberry, Gucci, Keri Hilson, Atlanta Gossip, Racial Issues, Clifford "T.I." Harris, Ricardo Tisci, Gucci Prada Montcler, Action Against Top Fashion Houses


Horror of Highlights

This is typical of the way I sometimes chase trails down into holes in the earth and the warrens of history...after seeing the Karsh exhibit the other day I got interested in his association with John H. Garo, the socialite Boston portraitist who lived from 1870 to 1939. Karsh evidently learned a lot of things from Garo, from his public persona and flair for stylish dressing to his way of working with clients. Here's Karsh with his employer and mentor Garo: Nice portrait, although you'll notice...
Tags: Amazon, Photography, White House, Boston, Harvard, Canada, Ronald Reagan, Shakespeare, New England, Michael Johnston, Steichen, Michael C Johnston, Mortensen, Calvin Coolidge, Coolidge, John Singer Sargent


Create Your Own Dank Memes With These Meme Template Accounts

Angel Olson once sang “they made a meme out of my legacy darling,” but I have never found a meme that fully encompassed my lasting effect on the world. Luckily, I can now (easily) make my own bespoke memes, with a little help from template accounts on Instagram.Read more...
Tags: Instagram, Social Media, Memes, Lifehacks, Angel Olson, Meme Templates


Soon you can use your Profoto modifiers on the Godox AD200 with the new AD-P adapter

Despite Bowens being back, Godox seems to have reached something of an arrangement with them. So it looks like they’re turning their sites more towards Profoto shooters with the announcement of a new adapter for the Godox AD200 that allows you to use Profoto accessories with either the bare bulb or H200R round heads. Although […] The post Soon you can use your Profoto modifiers on the Godox AD200 with the new AD-P adapter appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Bowens, Godox, Profoto, AD200, AD-P, EC200, H200R


Samsung’s Galaxy S10 has a built-in Instagram mode

After weeks of leaks, Samsung still managed to save some surprises for today’s event. One of the most interesting among them is a partnership with Instagram that brings Stories directly to the camera app. It’s an interesting partnership and mutually beneficial for both parties. For some, it could signal a kind of return to pre-loaded bloatware, but at least in the case of Instagram, the app is virtually ubiquitous for most users at this point anyway. The mode got a brief demo on stage toda...
Tags: Mobile, Apps, Instagram, Samsung, Tech, Galaxy S10, Samsung Unpacked - Galaxy S10


How To Make A Fishtail Chain Braid Ponytail Hairstyle

Today's hair tutorial is a beautiful and easy braided ponytail hairstyle that we have been seeing all over Instagram recently.  We fell in love with it when we first saw it and have had a few requests for a tutorial, so we knew we wanted to do a video on this style! This ponytail is so pretty and unique looking and the best part is that it is much easier to make than it looks.  If you want [Author: Princess Hairstyles]
Tags: Videos, Instagram, Lifestyle, 2 Strand Braid, Fish Bone Braids, Ponytails, Princess Hairstyles, Chains


Researchers used fake social media accounts to influence NATO troops during military exercise

Researchers were able to use fake Facebook and Instagram accounts to "instill undesirable behavior" among NATO troops participating in an exercise, according to a report published this week.
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Cnn, Nato


Researchers used fake social media accounts to influence NATO troops

Researchers were able to use fake Facebook and Instagram accounts to "instill undesirable behavior" among NATO troops participating in an exercise, according to a report published this week.
Tags: Facebook, News, Instagram, Nato, Stories


Can People Tell When You Look at Their Instagram? We Have Good and Bad News

One of the best things about Instagram is having the ability to anonymously and innocently stalk people - old boyfriends, friends, weird family members, potential dates, etc. If their profiles are public, you can scroll through their grids, check out their photos, and pray you don't accidentally double tap. But have you ever wondered if the people you're creeping on can tell you've been lingering on their page? Or how sometimes the people you look at and don't follow still tend to show up more ...
Tags: Instagram, Religion, Social Media, Tech Tips, Technology & Gadgets, Instagram Stories, Julian Gutman, Instagram Home


Use These Meme Template Accounts to Create Your Own Dank Memes

Angel Olson once sang “they made a meme out of my legacy darling,” but I have never found a meme that fully encompassed my lasting effect on the world. Luckily, I can now (easily) make my own bespoke memes, with a little help from template accounts on Instagram.Read more...
Tags: Instagram, Social Media, Memes, Lifehacks, Angel Olson, Meme Templates


random thoughts on plants, obsessions and “playing hard to get”

Our new home has a lot of light, as well as a cozy patio, so for the last few weeks, I’ve become obsessed with houseplants. I’ve bought indoor palms. I’ve bought outdoor container plants. I’ve started seedlings. I’ve repotted things, for crying out loud. And as each day goes by and they remain alive, I’m astounded.One of the side effects of this new little obsession is that I can’t really go anywhere that there might be...
Tags: Photography, Marcus, Random Thoughts


Don Jr. Writes A Caption Longer Than The Gettysburg Address Yelling About Instagram

Donald Trump Jr. posted an Instagram with a caption exceeding the word count of the Gettysburg Address hollering about what he perceives to be “censorship” of his account due to some amorphous “leftist activism.” “This kind of leftist activism and censorship must finally stop. The attack on free speech cannot be allowed to continue on platforms as large as Instagram and with as much reach,” Trump Jr. wrote. “This is no longer a simple little error or coincidence as they keep claiming. This is...
Tags: News, Instagram, United States, Free Speech, Donald Trump Jr, Trump Jr, Don Jr, Don Trump Jr, Kate Riga, Donald Trump Jr @donaldjtrumpjr


Daily Crunch: Google tries to explain that secret microphone

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Google says Nest’s secret microphone was ‘never intended to be a secret’ When Google announced earlier this month that its Nest Secure smart home hub would double-up as a Google Assistant, the news sparked anger, since Google hadn’t told anyone that the security hub had a microphone inside to begin wit...
Tags: Google, Security, London, Hardware, Instagram, Samsung, Tech, Finland, Nest, Pacific, Soundcloud, Lucas Matney, Ef, Varjo, Daily Crunch, Amazon Music Apple


Khloe Kardashian Likes Comment About Not Blaming Herself For Tristan Thompson Cheating

Knowing her worth! Khloé Kardashian agreed with a fan who encouraged her to not blame herself following news that Tristan Thompson cheated on her with Kylie Jenner’s best friend, Jordyn Woods. Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson: A Timeline of Their Relationship The Good American founder, 34, liked a tweet from a commenter on Tuesday, February 19, that read: “@khloekardashian dont let anyone ever say this is your fault!. He is a sick man and if its true, then she is a terrible woma...
Tags: Instagram, Religion, Nba, Khloe Kardashian, Cleveland Cavaliers, Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Cleveland, US Weekly, Woods, Thompson, Khloe, Jordyn, Sherman Oaks California, Hollywood Unlocked, TOP VIDEOS


Tamron’s 17-28mm f/2.8 E for Sony is official, also 35mm f/1.4 and 35-150mm f/2.8-4 lenses for full frame DLSRs

The Tamron 17-28mm f/2.8 Di III RXD for Sony E mount was rumoured yesterday to be announced today, and now that announcement has come. Tamron has today officially announced development of the new 17-28mm f/2.8 lens, along with two others destined for Nikon and Canon full frame DSLRs. The Tamron SP 35mm f/1.4 Di USD prime […] The post Tamron’s 17-28mm f/2.8 E for Sony is official, also 35mm f/1.4 and 35-150mm f/2.8-4 lenses for full frame DLSRs appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Sony, Nikon, Canon, Tamron, Sony E, Canon EF, Gear Announcement, Nikon F, 35mm F/1.4, Lens Announcement, 17-25mm, 35-150mm


“Robert Mapplethorpe: Choreography for an exhibition” at Museo Madre, Naples

Classic art juxtaposed with the iconic photographer's work in a show that explores human form Symmetry was one of beloved photographer Robert Mapplethorpe‘s obsessions. Now, 30 years after his death, Mapplethorpe is celebrated with a major retrospective at NYC’s Guggenheim Museum and also in a smaller, more precious exhibition at the Museo Madre in Naples. Robert Mapplethorpe. Choreography for an Exhibition (curated by Laura Valente and Andrea Viliani) is focused …
Tags: Art, Photography, Design, Exhibits, NYC, History, Dance, Culture, Italy, Nsfw, Exhibitions, Naples, Guggenheim Museum, Robert Mapplethorpe, MAPPLETHORPE, Choreography


The Best Drugstore Setting Powders To Keep Shine Under Control

When you spend nearly an hour doing your makeup — blending your foundation so it's not spotty, perfecting the cut crease so your eyes look perfectly smoky, making sure your eyeliner matches on both sides — you want every fine detail to stay exactly how it is. And that's where setting powder comes in.This savior product may be the last step in your application process, but we'd argue that it's the most important. The right powder will keep your artistic creation intact all day, preventing your c...
Tags: Fashion, Music, London, Instagram, Cvs, Oréal Paris Infallible, Mascara Sells Every, IRL Maybelline


This guy bought a new Sony A6400 in an A6300 body

The recently announced Sony A6400 has created a lot of buzz, especially with the new real-time Eye AF and AF tracking. Thailand-based photographer Theera Suriyawongse was excited to buy the latest Sony camera, but he ended up buying one with the weirdest mistake ever. He got himself an A6400 – but it was “disguised” in […] The post This guy bought a new Sony A6400 in an A6300 body appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Thailand, Gear, Mistakes, Sony, Mistake, Sony A6300, Sony Mirrorless, Sony a6400



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