Clippers’ Doc Rivers says ‘we love our team right now’ as trade deadline approaches

LOS ANGELES — As much as time as fans spend pondering trade possibilities this time of year, Doc Rivers knows it’s heavy on players’ minds as well. “Players think more than a lot about stuff,” Rivers said before his Clippers faced the San Antonio Spurs on Monday – with the NBA’s trade deadline looming at noon PT on Thursday. “So, from a coaching standpoint, sometimes it’s nice to just go talk to them, let them know how you feel about them and what you need. “I just think in life, you should be t...
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Google Testing Out Monthly Photo Printing Service

Google is thinking about launching an interesting new venture that uses an algorithm to pick from your best photos and mail you 10 prints every month throughout the year. Why, exactly, the tech giant... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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The Big Game the Morning After (OT)

Turns out my assumptions were out of date. I watched the big game online in perfect quality at the broadcaster's website with no issues. Pretty exciting game. I have to say I wasn't overly impressed with either team, though. Kansas City lost the battle of the line on both sides of the ball, and I'm not sure the much-ballyhooed Patrick Mahomes made a very convincing MVP. For a lot of the game (although it was probably because the pocket kept getting very small very fast), I thought he performed a...
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Victoria Beckham's white trousers cause serious debate amongst Instagram fans

On Sunday evening, Victoria Beckham hit the town wearing a brand new outfit we can't...
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From Ashton Kutcher to Jay-Z, these 12 celebrities are the most active of the 'Hollywood angels' making big investments in Silicon Valley

These 12 actors, musicians and sports stars may have reaped millions using their creative and athletic talents, but they have also won big from bets on startups. From Ashton Kutcher's big early bet on Uber, to Will Smith's on-the-spot investment into a small startup that impressed him with a pitch, these celebrities are establishing themselves as mainstays in Silicon Valley. Business Insider took a look at Crunchbase data to rank the top 12 celebrities by the number of startup investment round...
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A TikTok influencer with 3.6 million followers explains 3 ways to make money from the app — and how much he earns

TikTok has created a new generation of influencers who rose to fame quickly due to the app's fast-growing user base and viral-content-friendly algorithm.   Photographer Alexander Stemplewski, 30, signed up for TikTok at the end of October and already has 3.6 million followers and more than 50 million likes on the app. Like many TikTok creators, Stemplewski charges hundreds of dollars for paid song integrations and earns thousands of dollars from brand partnerships. He also uses the app to recr...
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The Answer is Yes! Now, What Was Your Question?

YOU SHOULD shoot for the moon when it comes to customer service says customer experience guru Micah Solomon. When you are small it is easy to give that personalized service to each customer. But when the orders begin to pour in, the attentiveness begins to slacken. In Ignore Your Customers (And They’ll Go Away), Solomon says that “there’s no such thing as ‘customers’ in the plural. Rather, there’s just one customer: the one who’s being served right now.” He begins with a concept he calls “autom...
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Five epic camera movements you can pull off with your 360 camera and $0 budget

We love DIY camera tricks, and 360˚ cameras open up a whole new world of possibilities. Director and filmmaker Karen X. Cheng has some brilliant ideas for camera movements that look darn epic, yet they require virtually no budget. Grab your 360˚ camera, some stuff you probably have at home, and let’s dive in! Karen […] The post Five epic camera movements you can pull off with your 360 camera and $0 budget appeared first on DIY Photography.
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Insiders reveal how to get a job at Wieden and Kennedy, the famous ad agency behind Nike, Bud Light, and McDonald's

37-year-old independent agency Wieden and Kennedy is known for its ambitious ads for brands like Nike, Facebook, McDonald's, and Old Spice. It's notoriously hard to get a job there, and the agency seeks out people from outside the ad industry, often finding them through nontraditional channels. Executives there said aspiring employees should emphasize their personal passions rather than awards or titles. Click here for more BI Prime stories. With 1,500-plus employees in Portland, Oregon and ...
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Byte tops a million downloads amid spam issues and content concerns

New short-form video app Byte, heralded as Vine’s successor, is off to a strong start despite its issues. The app, built by Vine co-founder Dom Hofmann, brings back the six-second videos made popular by Vine which was shut down in late 2016 after Twitter’s acquisition of the popular video-sharing platform. According to , Byte’s launch has been well-received with over 1.3 million downloads during its first week alone. The U.S. delivered the bulk of these new installs, followed by Great Britain t...
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Sunrise, 7:17.

Actual sunrise time, 7:12.This is 7:09: [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
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Zazie Beetz's 2020 BAFTAs Look Gave a Quiet Nod to Joker in the Prettiest Way

As per usual, Zazie Beetz slayed on the red carpet at the 73rd British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs) in London on Sunday night. Donning a custom Marina Moscone strapless dress, complete with a high leg slit, she made a beauty statement with side-swept braids and a vampy dark-purple lip. And according to her makeup artist, Alex Babsky, Beetz's makeup look fittingly channeled Joker without even meaning to. Working with the color of Beetz's dress, Babsky swiped Lancome's Drama Matte Lipstick in Pur...
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Canon already working on an RF 70-200mm f/2.8 Mark II lens with internal zoom?

It was only October when the Canon RF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM lens went up for pre-order, and they only started shipping a month or two ago. But already, they seem to be working on a new one, according to a patent uncovered by Canon News. The current model RF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM is […] The post Canon already working on an RF 70-200mm f/2.8 Mark II lens with internal zoom? appeared first on DIY Photography.
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The Most Loved—and Hated—Super Bowl Ads, According to Adweek’s Instagram

At Adweek, we're used to sharing our rankings of Super Bowl ads, so why not ask our readers' opinions? Using the voting feature in Instagram Stories we asked our audience to rank each big game ad with a thumbs up or a thumbs down. While some commercials like Olay and Avocados from Mexico split voters,...
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How Will We Talk to Brands in the Future?

On March 10, 1876, after years of research and development, inventor Alexander Graham Bell demonstrated his new invention, the telephone. It was, admittedly, a clunky contraption. The earpiece was too large and the transmitter was even bigger—but Bell’s invention successfully transmitted his voice along a thin copper wire to his waiting assistant. Bell’s achievement was momentous and would eventually usher in a new era of long-distance communication—but not everyone agreed. Bell’s financial back...
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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and music sensation Lizzo apparently hung out during the Super Bowl (AMZN)

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and Lizzo were two of the many celebrities who traveled to Miami to watch Super Bowl LIV on Sunday night. Bezos posted a photo to Twitter posing alongside Lizzo, along with the caption: "I just took a DNA test, turns out I'm 100% @lizzo's biggest fan." Bezos has shown up on social media alongside pop singers before: He appeared with Katy Perry and "Old Town Road" singer Lil Nas X in 2019 after the two performed at a concert for Amazon employees. Visit Business Insider's ...
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The Streamer’s Guide to February 2020: What to Watch at Home to Prepare For This Month’s Theatrical Releases

(Welcome to The Streamer’s Guide, a new monthly feature recommending at-home viewing options from filmmakers with new movies arriving in theaters this month.) If you’ve seen all the /Film coverage from Sundance and gotten eager to sample the year’s first crop of new movies, you’re in luck! A number of them are hitting theaters almost immediately following their Park City debuts (plus a few on Netflix, including Dee Rees’ supposed bust The Last Thing He Wanted), and that’s on top of what looks l...
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For $8-a-Month Google's New Printing Service Will Save Ten of Your Photos From Digital Extinction

If you want your photos to last for generations, you should be printing them out. But finding the time to decide which of your shots are worthy of hard copies can be time-consuming, leading most of us to simply not to. For $8 per month, however, Google Photos is testing a new service that automatically sends you…Read more...
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16×20 Custom Canvas For Only $20.99 Plus Free Shipping!

Please note: This is a sponsored post. Unlimited 16×20 Custom Canvases For Only $20.99 Plus Free Shipping! Discount automatically applied. Can be purchased multiple time.
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Sony may be preparing to launch their own drone

Historically, Sony has jumped onto just about every bit of consumer tech (and even led the way sometimes) as soon as it appeared on the market. Anything that looked like it was going to be wildly popular, they wanted a piece of that pie. So it’s surprised me that they haven’t jumped right into the […] The post Sony may be preparing to launch their own drone appeared first on DIY Photography.
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ArtBox Night Market Bangkok 2020

ArtBox Night Market Bangkok 2020 The first ArtBox night market started five years ago in Bangkok and it is one of the most popular night market at that time. The concept of first ArtBox is using the metal ship containers and selling food, street fashion, design, art with performance and light. It is a very successful concept and many called the first ArtBox Bangkok as the Container Night Market. ArtBox Bangkok night market was a pop-up night market so it wasn’t permanent as finding ...
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How to edit in Lightroom using the “Dark Mode” technique for more contrast and drama

When it comes to processing our images, there are all kinds of weird and crazy techniques out there. This is an interesting Lightroom one from Pye Jirsa over at SLR Lounge, which he calls “Dark Mode”. It allows you to quickly and easily draw a distinction between the lit areas you want to highlight, and […] The post How to edit in Lightroom using the “Dark Mode” technique for more contrast and drama appeared first on DIY Photography.
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Six ways to find time for photography in your busy everyday life

The older I get, the less time I seem to have for photography. Ever since I finished college and moved out of my family home, the “grown-up life” has taken over: work, everyday chores, relationships, other hobbies… Does it sound familiar? Do you also struggle to fit photography into your busy everyday schedule? If you […] The post Six ways to find time for photography in your busy everyday life appeared first on DIY Photography.
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A day in the life of a photographer

While photography is a fun yet serious business, it is often thought that photography is fun all the time. That it’s all about the art and that’s all. This is a myth. That’s why I created this comedic piece to share. While short, it portrays the reality of a photographer’s business. The photography business has way more business aspects than it does photography. Photographers spend more time with clients, in front of the computer, editing, billing, and trying to convert leads to customers. The a...
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See inside Kim and Kanye's mansion

Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West have opened the doors of their California mansion to Architectural Digest magazine, which defines it as a "wildly idiosyncratic family refuge in suburban Los Angeles." The couple had previously shown glimpses of the home via Instagram, but they have now revealed in detail how they transformed the estate -- which they bought in 2014 -- into a "futuristic Belgian monastery," as Kanye put it.
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The 6 Fundamentals Of Storytelling In Photography

In photography, storytelling is usually called a photo essay or photo story and it’s a rather common practice. Here are 6 ways to use storytelling effectively The post The 6 Fundamentals Of... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Arsenal’s Dinos Mavropanos celebrates win and clean sheet for Nurnberg

Arsenal defender Dinos Mavrapanos appears to have made himself at home at loan club FC Nurnberg. The Greek centre-back, aged 22, came under-fire when... Click the headline to read the full story.
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Google Photos test subscription lets you print your best photos every month for $8

I believe that most people print photos only on special occasions once in a Blue Moon. But the new Google Photos test subscription wants to make photo printing a habit. It helps you select the ten best photos you took every month. It will then order prints for you, and they will be delivered to […] The post Google Photos test subscription lets you print your best photos every month for $8 appeared first on DIY Photography.
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Photographer ordered to pay $200,000 after not delivering images to 54 clients

While many photographers struggle to pick up clients, some photographers have no shortage, but struggle to deliver. And some intentionally don’t deliver, as seems to be the case with Arkansas photography company Jonathan Funk Photography, LLC. After failing to deliver photographs to clients who had paid upfront for his services, circuit court judge Tim Fox […] The post Photographer ordered to pay $200,000 after not delivering images to 54 clients appeared first on DIY Photography.
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Jennifer Jacobs Goes from Peloton Instructor to Personal Influencer

The personal fitness industry has undergone as many changes as the rest. And Jennifer Jacobs is at the forefront of the industry’s latest evolution – online technology. Where people used to have to trundle to a gym to work out together, led by a fitness instructor, today it’s different. Companies like Peloton and Nordic Track are connecting the fit and bringing personal trainers into millions of homes across the US. Small Business Radio Show Interview w/ Jennifer Jacobs On the Small Business ...
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