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The 20 most popular movies from Netflix and other streaming services in 2019, so far

Netflix has rolled out some hit original movies recently like "Bird Box" and "Triple Frontier." Analytics company Jumpshot provided Business Insider a list of the most popular original streaming movies of the year so far, and Netflix dominates. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The Sandra Bullock-starring thriller "Bird Box" was released in December, but it's still one of the biggest movie hits for Netflix this year. Analytics company Jumpshot provided Business Insider a lis...
Tags: Hollywood, Texas, Trends, Earth, Netflix, Atlantic, New York Times, Sandra Bullock, Usa Today, Hulu, Rotten Tomatoes, Sam, Roma, Bahamas, Mel, Texas Rangers


Grey Goose: A Moto Guzzi 1100 Sport from San Francisco

One of the wonderful things about customization is that it can breathe new life into otherwise unloved motorcycles. Need proof? Just look at the number of amazing Honda CX500s and Yamaha Viragos on the scene. This Moto Guzzi 1100 Sport is another poster child for realized potential. The original wasn’t the ugliest or slowest bike Moto Guzzi ever made, but despite having 90 horsepower on tap, it was porky and not very exciting. MCN was particularly harsh; “Track days often end in tears,” they ...
Tags: San Francisco, Motorcycles, John, Honda, Exif, Adam, MCN, Suzuki, Grey Goose, Monterey CA, Yoshimura, Moto Guzzi, Guzzi, Custom Motorcycles, Café Racer, Motogadget


Class Act: A millimeter-perfect BMW airhead from Sinroja

In just four years, Sinroja has become one of the most talked-about custom shops in England. As immaculately finished bikes set sail from the workshop run by brothers Rahul and Birju Sinroja, word on the street builds. Life in the Midlands city of Leicester is a far cry from the small town in India where Rahul and Birju grew up. But that’s where the brothers learned their skills, playing with lathes in their father’s factory, before they moved to the UK. Like all good custom shops, Sinroja...
Tags: Usa, UK, England, London, India, David, Motorcycles, Dubai, Leicester, Bmw, Richard, Exif, Glenn, Rahul, Midlands, Custom Motorcycles


The Omen: A Yamaha MT-07 With a Custom Perimeter Frame

There are many ways to visualize a custom motorcycle before actually putting grinder to metal. Some builders start with a pencil and paper, while others use Photoshop or create 3D renders. But how about building a 1/10th scale model out of stainless steel? It sounds crazy, but that’s how Jake Drummond conceptualized this show-stopping Yamaha MT-07, dubbed ‘The Omen.’ Jake’s only twenty-five years old, and lives in Oshkosh, Wisconsin—but his whole life has revolved around design and engineerin...
Tags: US, Motorcycles, Exif, Yamaha, Morris, Jake, Oshkosh Wisconsin, Custom Motorcycles, Yamaha motorcycles, Yamaha MT-07, Brembos, Jake Drummond, Zach Visser


Re: [svgwg] Agenda conf call 15-April-2019

Initial thoughts on SVG Static, from an initial scan ahead of the call. (I will raise any that remain unresolved after the call, as individual GH issues) IN general: Some notes seem to be normative here. So don't call them notes. As the bikeshed-included appendix says, "Note, this is an informative note.". "SVG Static is a subset of SVG 1.1" 1.1 not 2.0? Needs xlink:href etc? but later "Note: This spec will likely be rebased on [SVG2] in the near future." "CSS (among others)" probably m...
Tags: Css, Svg, Exif, Chris Lilley, ITPC


Introducing the $10,000 Rizoma Design Challenge

Are you a designer looking to kickstart your career in the moto industry? A major new competition launched today by Rizoma could be just the leg-up you need. Anyone who follows the custom scene will know the Italian company Rizoma. It’s one of the big names in premium motorcycle accessories, with a massive range of beautifully designed parts—mostly machined from lightweight billet aluminum. The Rizoma Design Challenge is a competition for designers, engineers, and students—with two prizes ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Milan, Adobe, California, US, Vw, Motorcycles, Ducati, Exif, Pasadena California, Behance, Custom Motorcycles, Miguel Galluzzi, Rizoma, ArtCenter College of Design


Spanish Flyer: A Honda CB1000R tweaked for the track

For power junkies , the Honda CB1000R is one of the best roadsters on the market today. The build quality is superlative, the Fireblade-derived inline four pumps out a stonking 143 hp, and the Showa suspension is top-notch. We’re on the fence when it comes to the ‘neo sports café’ styling though. So news of a custom competition to revamp the CB1000R piqued our interest at EXIF HQ. Dealer competitions are usually a bit hit-and-miss, but the standard is remarkably high in this one. It’s run ...
Tags: Motorcycles, Honda, Balearic Islands, Exif, Pirelli, BRIDGESTONE, Brembo, Impala, Spain Portugal, SolidWorks, Honda Motorcycles, Custom Motorcycles, Jared Mees, Enric, Flat Track, Honda Iberia


Fighting Talk: Harley design boss Brad Richards

Harley-Davidson is under a microscope right now: its every move is dissected, examined and critiqued. And there have been plenty of moves lately. They’ve killed the Dyna while relaunching the Softail. They’ve announced a barrage of new models, including the Livewire. But although revenue is holding up at the moment, sales figures have been declining for several years—and were down 10% in 2018. It’s a challenging time for the Motor Company. So I sat down in Milwaukee with Harley’s VP of Styl...
Tags: Interviews, Milwaukee, Spain, Motorcycles, Ford, Briggs, Harley-davidson, Joe, Exif, Ford Motor Company, Harley, Yamaha, Stratton, Brad, Custom, Brad Richards


A Honda CB350 restomod built by a jet aircraft mechanic

It’s quite rare for a CB cafe racer to land in the Bike EXIF inbox these days. And we politely turn down most that do. But this CB350 from New Jersey went straight to the top of the pile: it’s an absolutely state of the art restomod, and so beautifully finished we’d almost be scared to ride it. It comes from Merlin Cycleworks, which is run by 56-year-old Mark Kouri. Mark’s been an aircraft mechanic for over 30 years—repairing jets for United Airlines—and you can see his attention to detail...
Tags: Texas, Basf, ASV, Motorcycles, New Jersey, Estonia, Honda, United Airlines, Continental, Exif, Mark, Buchanan, Alcantara, TIG, Rick, Brembo


Another Case of Theft Winning a Contest?? OnePlus India #ShotonOnePlus Winner Cropped Another Photographer’s Pic

Back in September 2018 OnePlus India held a contest “Shot on OnePlus” where they asked photographers to submit their best photos taken with their OnePlus-branded smartphone. You know the drill – people across Instagram and the like had to tag their photo with #ShotonOnePlus and then contest judges from the company would pick the winner. Photographer Pratyush Yadav won the contest with his photo of a corridor famed for its architecture located at the Forest Research Institute in Dehradun, Uttarak...
Tags: Photography, News, Instagram, India, Exif, Yadav, Canon DSLR, Bhargava, PetaPixel, Pexels, Dehradun Uttarakhand, Forest Research Institute, Pratyush Yadav, Silvie Lindemann, Aman Bhargava, ShotonOnePlus Bhargava


This CB750 cafe racer roams the capital of Pakistan

There are around 2.5 million motorcycles on the road in Pakistan. Which sounds impressive until you learn that the population is over 210 million—and most of those bikes are tiny Chinese- and Japanese-made commuters. The custom scene is virtually non-existent, because the import duty on motorcycles is a whopping 50%, and there are sales taxes on top. Which also explains why there are only about a dozen Honda CB750s in the whole country. This is one of those CB750s: a 1977 Super Sport owned...
Tags: Pakistan, Motorcycles, Honda, Barnett, Islamabad, Exif, KARACHI, Honda Motorcycles, Custom Motorcycles, Café Racer, Motogadget, Honda CB750, Haris, CB750 cafe racer, Honda cafe racer, Haris Aziz


The new Two Minutes Hate

You see it first on Facebook or Twitter. Something contemptible: an image, or a video, or a tweet. One accompanied by a furious, snarky caption, highlighting just how awful and unacceptable it is, a dunk fueled by rage. The outrage rises within you. How can it not? You’re primed for outrage. We all are, now. Outrage grenades just waiting for our pins to be pulled. Usually, if you dig down behind the outrage to its fuel, it’s because our most cherished beliefs, the ones with which we most strongl...
Tags: TC, Facebook, Opinion, Tech, Party, Oceania, Exif, Eurasia, WINSTON, Eurasia Oceania, Eastasia Eurasia, Eastasia


500px Smashes Photographer with Ban Hammer for Pics Not Being “Photographic”

One man’s photograph is not 500px’s it would seem. A photographer finds himself banned from 500px after the photo service told him his collection wasn’t photographic enough. Image via Pixabay from Pexels.com. According to PetaPixel, Tim Gamble is a Manchester, UK-based light artist who does all of his work entirely with a camera. But apparently it doesn’t look like it enough for 500px which deleted his account for “posting non-photographic content.” As anyone would do, Tim reached out to 500px...
Tags: Facebook, Photography, News, Lightroom, Exif, Tim, Manchester UK, Pixabay, Pexels, PetaPixel Tim Gamble, PetaPixel Gamble


"Facebook's '10 Year Challenge' Is Just a Harmless Meme — Right?"

Writes Kate O'Neil in Wired.Imagine that you wanted to train a facial recognition algorithm on age-related characteristics, and, more specifically, on age progression (e.g. how people are likely to look as they get older). Ideally, you'd want a broad and rigorous data set with lots of people's pictures. It would help if you knew they were taken a fixed number of years apart—say, 10 years.Sure, you could mine Facebook for profile pictures and look at posting dates or EXIF data. But that whole set...
Tags: Facebook, Technology, Law, Aging, Looks, Exif, Ann Althouse, Creepiness, Kate O Neil


Facebook's '10 Year Challenge' Meme Could Train Facial Recognition Algorithms On Age Progression, Age Recognition

If you've spent any time on social media lately, you've probably noticed a trend where users are posting their then-and-now profile pictures, mostly from 10 years ago and this year. While this "10 Year Challenge" appears harmless, founder of KO Insights and the author of Tech Humanist, Kate O'Neill, says all this data "could be mined to train facial recognition algorithms on age progression and age recognition." She adds: "It's worth considering the depth and breadth of the personal data we shar...
Tags: Facebook, Tech, Kate, Joe, Exif, Neill, New City, University of Whatever


Mihov EXIF Renamer 3.0

Rename image files with use of the EXIF data.
Tags: Software, Exif, Mihov EXIF Renamer


Street tracker gold: building a road-legal Harley XR750

The biggest cliché in motorcycle journalism is the ‘listicle’ of the best-looking bikes ever made. If we ever run out of ideas and succumb at EXIF, you can guarantee that the Harley-Davidson XR750 flat tracker will be in our list. And we’d lament that it was never street legal. So this streetable XR750 from Brad Peterson is right up our, er, street. And it’s no replica or lookalike, either. Power comes from a genuine factory race motor, used briefly in 2007 by National #80 Rich King, which...
Tags: Motorcycles, Washington State, Harley-davidson, Exif, Yamaha, Brad, Bellingham, Brembo, Darcy, Magura, Corbin, Custom Motorcycles, Trackers, Brad Peterson, Lyndall, Flat Track Racing


Editor’s Choice: An Alternative Top 10 for 2018

It’s that time of year when we throw the data out the window and pick our personal favorite customs of 2018. Our traditional Bike EXIF Top Ten is based on bikes that melted our servers—but these are the bikes that also melted our hearts. There are a few ground rules: we only include bikes that we’ve written full features on (sorry, Bikes of the Week alumni). And we don’t feature more than one from a particular builder. We also exclude machines that have already popped up on our data-driven To...
Tags: Harley Street, Alaska, Motorcycles, Ducati, Portland, Bmw, Honda, Cw, Alex, Harley Davidson, Max, Exif, Derek, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Bandit


Revealed: The Top 10 Custom Motorcycles of 2018

What a year it’s been for the custom scene. With so many great bikes crossing our radar, it’s almost impossible to pick out any personal favorites. So it’s just as well that our annual Bike Of The Year roundup is purely data driven. It’s based on page views, incoming links, and the number of social media shares. As always, it’s also weighted according to how long ago the bike was featured. A couple of interesting points to note: If we weren’t dealing with customs here, two factory bikes wou...
Tags: Facebook, Wes, Thailand, Motorcycles, Ducati, Bmw, Jackson, Honda, Pacific Northwest, Harley Davidson, Exif, Billy, Harley, Yamaha, Daniel, CB


7 Great Gift Ideas for Motorcycle Riders

There’s a bewildering amount of gear available for riders these days—we’ve never had it so good. And with Christmas looming, the tills are starting to ring. So we’ve put together a tight selection of gear and gifts that are exceptionally popular with our readers, or likely to strike a chord with the motorcyclist in your life. We aim for quality rather than quantity when choosing which products to stock, and the gear we sell is tested by the guys who operate our London-based store. If it’s n...
Tags: Europe, Usa, UK, London, Star Trek, Motorcycles, Portugal, Poland, Exif, Barstow, ECE, Li Ion, Motorcycle Helmets, Motorcycle Gloves, Motorcycle Gear, Motorcycle jackets


Why Do So Many Apps Ask For Your Location, and Which Ones Really Need It?

When it comes to smartphone privacy concerns, location data is usually at the top of the list. The thing is, so many apps ask for your location now that we never really stop to think why they ask in the first place. A bombshell report was recently published by The New York Times detailing just how much location data apps have on you (it’s more than you might think), and how they use that data to make money from targeted advertisements. This concept is nothing new and is already widely known, bu...
Tags: Crafts, New York Times, Exif, Don


SS1000 Carbon: A rapid Ducati 900 SS from Moscow

We don’t see many customs from Russia. But Moscow-based Birdie Customs and their founder Ilya are doing their best to remedy that, with a slow but steady stream of classy performance customs. Birdie’s Ducati 900 SS knocked us out a year ago, and they’ve just returned with an even faster 900 SS, built in a different style and taking on board lessons learnt with the previous Duc. It’s sleek and stylish, and there’s nothing else quite like it—especially in the Federation. “Sadly, Russian cust...
Tags: Russia, Motorcycles, Ducati, Moscow, Exif, Federation, Ilya, SolidWorks, Birdie, Custom Motorcycles, Café Racer, Motogadget, Ducati Cafe Racer, Ducati 900 SS, Birdie Customs, Birdie Customs Facebook


SS1100 Carbon: A rapid Ducati 900 SS from Moscow

We don’t see many customs from Russia. But Moscow-based Birdie Customs and their founder Ilya are doing their best to remedy that, with a slow but steady stream of classy performance customs. Birdie’s Ducati 900 SS knocked us out a year ago, and they’ve just returned with an even faster 900 SS, built in a different style and taking on board lessons learnt with the previous Duc. It’s sleek and stylish, and there’s nothing else quite like it—especially in the Federation. “Sadly, Russian cust...
Tags: Russia, Motorcycles, Ducati, Moscow, Exif, Federation, Ilya, SolidWorks, Birdie, Custom Motorcycles, Café Racer, Motogadget, Ducati Cafe Racer, Ducati 900 SS, Birdie Customs, World Ducati


The Honda CB500 cafe racer that staved off bankruptcy

Building custom motorcycles can be a tough game. And the Swedish builder Fredrik Pål Persson was ready to throw in the towel, just before the commission came in for this rather chic Honda café racer. His shop, Malmö-based PAAL Motorcycles, has been operating for five years now. But last year, the business almost closed down. “We basically hit rock bottom,” Fredrik admits. “We were paying for costly mistakes we made, and we had to downscale everything. We sold everything we could sell, and ...
Tags: Bluetooth, Motorcycles, Honda, Firestone, Exif, Kawasaki, Paal, Fredrick, Honda Motorcycles, Custom Motorcycles, Motogadget, Fredrik, Motone, Tarozzi, Honda CB500, Fredrik Pål Persson


Custom Bikes Of The Week: 25 November, 2018

A new Kawasaki Zed from the Japanese restomod kings AC Sanctuary, a retro-futuristic BMW R80 from Holland, and a $30,000 Yamaha WR450F supermoto from Slovenia. BMW R80 by Moto Adonis The concept of the ‘cafe racer’ is being stretched in so many directions at the moment, the term has almost become meaningless. We’ve seen more styling developments in the last five years than the previous half century, but if this R80 RT from Holland is a precursor of things to come, we’re all for it. The BMW...
Tags: Japan, US, Motorcycles, Ducati, Arizona, Slovenia, Holland, Bmw, Droog, Honda, PIP, Exif, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Brembo, Custom Motorcycles


The Bike EXIF Moto Photo Contest is back

We all like taking photos of our bikes, capturing memories of weekend jaunts and adventurous road trips. So once again we’re giving you a chance to win riding gear and motorcycle accessories from four of our favorite moto brands: Velomacchi, REV’IT!, NEXX and Rizoma. The theme is simple: ‘My Favorite Road.’ Show us where you like to ride, and include your bike in the image. It might be a twisty mountain road, a wide-open highway under big skies, a forest track, or even a tight city street. We...
Tags: Motorcycles, Photographers, Livingstone, Exif, Motorcycle Gear, People 's Choice, Velomacchi Speedway, Jose Gallina, Lance Koudele, IT Trench GTX, Eccentrico Mirrors Total Value


Organize Your Photos With This Windows App 

Windows: I wouldn’t be surprised if you have have folders upon folders of photographs that you swear you’ll get to sorting “someday.” For me, that day was this weekend. For whatever reason, I felt like spending a few hours trying to tackle my lifetime of photographic history that I’ve dumped into a big “To Sort”…Read more...
Tags: Photos, Photography, Windows, App, Collection, Lifehacks, Exif, Organize


Leica Just Got Better Without Changing a Thing

Designed with clever assists from London-based design firm Little Voice, the Leica FOTOS app elevates the brand’s lux digital camera lineup to a whole ‘nother level.The all-new companion application gives Leica users the ability to transition seamlessly between and mobile device. The digital design of the app takes a no-frills, intentional approach to integration with any of the brand’s 9 camera systems and uses a straightforward, intuitive UI with a few familiar design elements from Leica’s sig...
Tags: Photography, Design, Technology, London, Cameras, Product Design, Exif, Leica, Little Voice, Leica Camera, Leica FOTOS, Little Voice the Leica FOTOS, Vlad Khokhlov Dmytro Izotov


Leica's FOTOS App: When Iconic Industrial Design Heritage Meets The Mobile Age

As your typical designer type who occasionally likes to dabble in a bit of photography, it's always surprised and, frankly frustrated me just how poor the connectivity experiences of leading camera brands can be. Stumping up the cash for a high-end DSLR, you'd expect that these kinds of smart features would be meticulously thought through. All too often though, the simple act of getting your photos from your camera to your various devices can be clunky, convoluted and unreliable, performed with ...
Tags: Photography, Design, London, Ux, Dslr, Skype, Exif, Leica, Little Voice, Nico Köhler, Vlad Khokhlov, Dmytro Izotov, Sony Nokia Microsoft, Das Wesentliche


‘Godzilla: The Planet Eater’ Review: King Ghidorah Helps End Netflix’s Anime Godzilla Trilogy in a Grand Fashion

Netflix’s anime Godzilla trilogy has suffered in some ways from the staggered method of its release. The installments have been spaced out about six months apart from each other so that the movies could enjoy a theatrical run in Japan before their worldwide Netflix release. In retrospect, this is a series that might benefit more from a binge-watch. The concluding film, Godzilla: The Planet Eater, vindicates the trilogy in a way that manages to stay true to it while also being true to the fra...
Tags: Japan, Hollywood, Movies, Sci-fi, Earth, Features, Netflix, Movie Reviews, Anime, Godzilla, Exif, Shin Godzilla, Gareth Edwards, Rodan, Aaron Taylor Johnson, Yuko