Hipster Model Rages After He Mistakes Photo of Another Hipster Man for Himself in Article Discussing How All Hipsters Look the Same

Self-righteous anger is all the rage these days. The target of the outrage and angst rarely matters, but what does is the self-righteous feeling of indignation that comes from slights, real or... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Canon to Challenge Fuji in the Instant Camera Market?

Doom-and-gloom reports about traditional camera sales are almost an expected thing anymore, but one bright spot in the camera market is that for instant cameras. Whether due to nostalgia or their... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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The Beauty of Physical Prints

...Or, why I chose the Ctein prints I chose for the current print sale. Printmaking—a word that encompasses making photographic prints, and the prints themselves—has always been an exceedingly important part of my enjoyment of photography. I'm both a part of the audience and a maker. I like objects. I like pictures of all sorts. But I especially enjoy well-made photographic prints. Having done it professionally for a spell in the '80s and '90s, I'm aware of some of the problems and pitfalls. Wit...
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Amazing App Uses Your Smartphone’s Camera and Flashlight to Detect Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes and heart disease are two of the biggest killers in the industrialized world. Blame a diet high in sugar and processed garbage or a lack of physical activity – whatever the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Houston We Have a Problem – New Glitch Plagues Hubble Space Telescope

It’s provided us with tons of epic shots from outer space for years. But the Hubble Space Telescope is not without its problems and a glitch occurring on February 28th has NASA’s best working round... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Barbie hotel room Mexico City

If Barbie were real , is there any question if she’d be an Instagram influencer? She absolutely would be. And though somehow Mattel hasn’t put out Influencer Barbie just yet, a new hotel suite in Mexico gets us pretty close. Starting this week and running through December, the Hilton Mexico City Santa Fe is offering guests a chance to spend the night in its pink-tacular Barbie Glamping Experience, a customized suite that duplicates the great outdoors as only a woman made of plastic can. “Glamp...
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Watch as diffused reflected laser light kills pixels in this Sony A7SII sensor

It’s not a secret that things like lasers and lidar can kill camera sensors. You get an intense beam of light pointed towards your camera, and then the lens focuses it into an even brighter point, frying pixels. But did you know that diffused reflected laser light can also cause this to happen? Photographer Andy Boyd […] The post Watch as diffused reflected laser light kills pixels in this Sony A7SII sensor appeared first on DIY Photography.
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KevinMD Spring 2019 keynote appearances

I’m so honored to share my social media journey over the years, and chronicle the continual evolution of the social media-medicine intersection. It’s such a thrill to keynote three conferences this Spring: the 28th Annual Scientific & Clinical Conference of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, Becker’s Health IT + Clinical Leadership + Pharmacy 2019, and Pri-Med West. I’m […] Find jobs at Careers by Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn mo...
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Vtrus Gets $2.9M For Drones That Inspect Indoor Industrial Equipment

Vtrus, a Seattle-based startup developing drones designed to autonomously inspect equipment in factories and other indoor settings, has raised more than $2.9 million to support its commercialization efforts, according to a regulatory filing.Nine investors participated in the equity funding round, the filing shows.Reached by phone on Thursday, a spokesperson for Vtrus declined to comment on the startup’s technology, timeline for reaching the market, or plans with the new cash.Many people first l...
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Open Mike: The Thousand Centuries

["Open Mike" is the anything-goes, often off-topic Editorial page of TOP. It's supposed to appear on Wednesdays, but this has been an atypical week for me. That's my excuse. —Mike the Ed.] Ronnie O'Sullivan, from his Facebook page. With eventualchampion Judd Trump back in the bokeh. Just briefly—I know a lot of people don't care for cue sports, but I'm a lifelong pool buff and, lately, utterly besotted with the quirky put perfect English game of snooker. Snooker currently has a larger-than-li...
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Meet Lali, The Argentinian Music Star With Feminist Flair

With crossover hits like "Despacito" and "Mi Gente," Latin music stars have the attention of music-lovers now more than ever. This has opened up a clear path for Spanish-language stars like Lali Espósito to shine for a broader audience. Already this year, the Argentinian singer has a Latin Billboard nomination, a couple music festivals booked, and cover spreads in Galore and Vogue Mexico.What started as a telenovela acting career has spawned into a multi-hyphenate, international empire. And the...
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Millions of Americans have left Facebook, led by young people aged 12-34

A new report from Edison Research finds Facebook's American user-base contracted for the second consecutive year in 2018, shrinking by 15,000,000, and that the biggest declines have come from the coveted 12-34 year old group. However -- cue sad trombone -- is that large numbers of these people have shifted to using Instagram, which Facebook owns. Facebook recently announced that it would be merging the back-ends of Instagram, Whatsapp and Facebook Messenger, facilitating unified tracking ...
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Think Negative – not Positive

Sounds odd doesn’t it?  Yet believe it or not, the use of something called negative space can be very powerful in photography.  But what is negative space?  The term is kind of hard to describe in words, but the best… Read more → The post Think Negative – not Positive appeared first on CanonBlogger.
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Uber hired a former top marketing exec at Instagram who helped launch Stories

Marketing exec Taj Alavi has joined Uber as senior director and global head of marketing solutions. Alavi most recently was Instagram's head of global brand marketing and led the Facebook-owned app's big recent campaigns that launched Instagram Stories and IGTV. Instagram is currently hiring a global VP of marketing that will report to Facebook CMO Antonio Lucio. As Uber tries to rebuild its damaged reputation, it hired former marketing exec from Instagram who spearheaded several of the Faceb...
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A Week In Phoenix, AZ, On A $57,000 Salary

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Today: a researcher working in engineering/higher education who makes $57,000 per year and spends some of her money this week on ravioli.Ed. note: This OP mentions that she lost a family member to suicide. If you are thinking about suicide, please call the N...
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Flickr says all Creative Commons photos are protected from deletion, not just past uploads

Flickr announced today that all Creative Commons images will remain protected on its site – including those uploaded in the past and those that will be added in the future. The news follows Flickr’s November 2018 announcement where it had stated it wouldn’t delete Creative Commons photos already on its service, after switching over to a new business model which put an end to the free terabyte of storage in favor of a new subscription-based service. There had been concern prior to Flickr’s statem...
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Elizabeth Warren calls for breakup of Facebook, Google and Amazon

Elizabeth Warren has called for tech giants including Amazon, Google and Facebook to be broken up, indicating that proposals to curb Silicon Valley’s growing power will be a key theme of the race to challenge Donald Trump in the next presidential election. The senior US senator and a leading candidate for the Democratic nomination said the companies had “bulldozed competition and tilted the playing field in their favour” as she laid out a plan for strict antitrust rules. Ms Warren said that as p...
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Paris’ Rue Cremieux is Insta-famous

Paris is one of the world’s most Instagrammable cities and Parisians are sick of it. One colorful, cobbled street in particular, the Rue Crémieux in the 12th arrondissement, has become especially popular. Those who live on the street aren’t exactly thrilled, however, to constantly find themselves in the backdrop of tourist photos whenever they walk out of their doors or worse, have Instagrammers posing on their stoop or against their windows. Residents are calling for the city council to rest...
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Godox is getting ready to announce an AD200Pro hybrid strobe

It’s been two years now since Godox released the original AD200 flash. With a swappable head system, it was pretty unique for its time. Since then, Godox has stepped up their game, releasing the AD600 Pro and AD400 Pro strobes with better colour accuracy and super fast recycle times. Now it looks like the AD200 […] The post Godox is getting ready to announce an AD200Pro hybrid strobe appeared first on DIY Photography.
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Flickr axes Creative Commons limit to give free users more wiggle room

Flickr's free option only allows 1,000 images, but now Creative Commons and other free-to-license images are excluded from that cap. Flickr also added an option to keep images online after a photographer's death. The post Flickr axes Creative Commons limit to give free users more wiggle room appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Elizabeth Warren wants to force Google to divest its acquisitions of Waze, Nest, and DoubleClick (GOOG, GOOGL)

In a blog post on Friday, presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren detailed her plans to break up big tech companies — starting with Google, Facebook, and Amazon — to increase competition within the industry.  For Google, Warren said she would "unwind anti-competitive mergers" by decoupling the tech giant from its acquisitions of Waze, Nest, DoubleClick. "We must ensure that today’s tech giants do not crowd out potential competitors, smother the next generation of great tech companies, and w...
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18 Amazing Things to do in Tucson, Arizona with kids or without!

Tucson, Arizona is a big little city. Although it’s spread out with over 1 million people, it still has that feel of a small town with a laid-back atmosphere. Tucson is a college town, being the home to The University of Arizona, and a snowbird destination in the winter months due to its legendary year-round sunshine. But it’s stunning natural landscapes, foodie scene, and arts and culture attracts travelers from all walks of life, even families like us! Tucson AZ is famous for its dramatic bea...
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How To Use The High Pass Filter

The High Pass filter might not be among the most popular Photoshop tools, but it can be quite useful when it comes to sharpening. This filter is not in the Sharpen menu – you can find it in Other... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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This is how different softbox placement affects your portraits

When photographing portraits in a studio, you can create many different looks using only one light. Depending on how you place it and how big it is, a softbox can significantly change the look and mood of your photos. In this video, Jay P Morgan discusses different factors of softbox placement. And when you learn […] The post This is how different softbox placement affects your portraits appeared first on DIY Photography.
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This Week in Photography Books: Nick St. Oegger

  Sometimes, I feel like an armchair Tony Bourdain. (Minus the depression, thankfully.) I still have a hard time thinking about Tony, as his death both hit me hard, and exposed the power of his through-the-camera-charm. When Tony killed himself, there was an outpouring of global grief that I’ve seen very few times. It was big when Pope John Paul died. Sure. And David Bowie. People got really upset about that one. But even a President like Ronald Fucking Reagan made barely a blip, when he finally...
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Elizabeth Warren wants to break up Google, Amazon and Facebook

The influential Massachusetts Senator and Presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren has been a longtime critic of the consolidation of economic power by Amazon, Google, and Facebook. Now she’s making their break-up a key component of her Presidential platform. Warren has just released her plan for breaking up big tech, in what seems like a watershed moment for a Democratic nominee. Since Al Gore famously (infamously?) “invented the internet”, Democratic candidates have turned away from seri...
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Photos: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in action for Liverpool U23s vs Derby County U23s

After 11 months on the sidelines, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has made his return to action. The Liverpool midfielder turned out for the club’s... Click the headline to read the full story.
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Elizabeth Warren's plan to break up tech giants would force Amazon to roll back its acquisition of Whole Foods

  Elizabeth Warren's proposed plan to break up American tech giants would roll back Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods, along with some other massive tech deals.  "Unwinding these mergers will promote healthy competition in the market  —  which will put pressure on big tech companies to be more responsive to user concerns, including about privacy," Warren said Friday.  Amazon acquired the grocery chain in 2017 for $13.7 billion.  A new plan to target America's largest tech companies would ro...
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Elizabeth Warren's plan to regulate tech giants would force Facebook to break up with WhatsApp and Instagram (FB)

Massachusetts Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren just announced a new plan for regulation that would break up tech firms such as Facebook, Amazon, and Google. Under the plan, some acquisitions such as Facebook's purchase of WhatsApp and Instagram and Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods would be rolled back. Senator Warren announced the proposal in a campaign email on Friday in an email with the subject line, "It's time to break up Amazon, Google, and Facebook." Democratic Senator Elizabeth W...
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How to create epic toy photography using tin foil and pillow stuffing

Have you ever found yourself looking at your children’s toys and thought to yourself man that would look great in an image? Well I have, I do and I love creating images this way, trying to create a realistic/surreal image which tells a story from using nothing more than a piece of plastic. A portrait […] The post How to create epic toy photography using tin foil and pillow stuffing appeared first on DIY Photography.
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