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Putting a British Scissors Company Back Together
In 2014, I shared a short film by Shaun Bloodworth called The Putter about Cliff Denton, a master scissors craftsman for a company called Ernest Wright & Sons. A person who makes scissors by hand is called a putter, short for putter togetherer.
23 hours ago
Captain Of His Destiny: The Man Who Has Lived On A Cruise Ship For 13 Years
Most guests on Seven Seas Navigator may not find anything unusual about the distinguished-looking man who eats alone every day, at lunch and dinner, at the same corner table of the Compass Rose dining room.
23 hours ago
Ian Svenonius' Rock 'n' roll Resume is Stacked
Whether it be his punk rock beginnings with Nation of Ulysses, the “gospel yeh-yeh” sound of The Make-Up, the psychedelic leanings of the Scene Creamers and Weird War or the roots revivalist racket of Chain & The Gang, it’s Svenonius’s provocative lyrics and spastic onstage antics that, in
music  iansvenonius 
yesterday
Secondary Dominants- Write Better Chord Progressions! [MUSIC THEORY / SONGWRITING] - YouTube
Get the PDF at my Patreon: https://bit.ly/2zFwzOO Prerequisite video on Major: https://youtu.be/M8eItITv8QA Secondary Dominant chords are a great addition to the 7 chords we normally see in major keys and their modes, they are outside of the key but will take us to chords in the key. This occurs a LOT in modern music, especially the V7/vi, and learning your secondary dominants will help you write better and more interesting chord progressions.
music  video 
10 days ago
Nervous Eaters "Loretta" - YouTube
b/w Rock With Me Out on Penniman Records. Also covered by Neko Case and The Sadies.
music  nervouseaters  nekocase  thesadies 
10 days ago
Roy Clark - 12th Street Rag - YouTube
The Jimmy Dean Show Roy Clark 12th Street Rag Guitar Instrumental live on The Jimmy Dean Show When The Cowboy Sings facebook https://ift.tt/2GV5LbR When The Cowboy Sings website https://ift.tt/2lE2Uet KWC Americana Radio Station https://ift.tt/2GVKjmN
guitar  video  music  royclark 
16 days ago
My Own Private Tokyo | WIRED
I wish I had a thousand-yen note for every journalist who, over the past decade, has asked me whether Japan is still as futurologically sexy as it seemed to be in the '80s.
japan  williamgibson 
16 days ago
Vintage Unboxing: Leica M5 50th Jahre/Anniversary Edition - YouTube
The Leica M5. If you're a Leica rangefinder fan, you either love it or hate it. After 47 years since it's release and 43 years since its discontinuance, I decided its time to re-visit this camera by unboxing not just one, but two 50th Anniversary editions, both released in 1975. Since the M5 has been around for many decades, the interesting thing about the unboxing wasn't the cameras themselves, but the paperwork that came along with it. I also do a comparison with the original Leica M3 and the modern Leica M7. Thanks for watching and happy shooting!
leica  camera  film 
18 days ago
“He Doesn’t Believe in It”: Mark Zuckerberg Has Never Cared About Your Privacy, and He’s Not Going to Change | Vanity Fair
In May 2010, not for the first time, people were in an uproar about Facebook. The social network had recently revised its privacy policy to require users to opt out of features that tracked them on the site, suddenly making private information public by default.
socialmedia 
20 days ago
'The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society' at 50: Every Song From Worst to Best | Billboard
Fifty years ago, the Kinks dreamed of greener pastures. Thursday (Nov. 22) marks the 50th anniversary of their nostalgic, pastoral classic The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society, first released in 1968 and commemorated last month (Oct. 16) with a 50th anniversary boxed set.
music  thekinks 
20 days ago
How to Scan Colour Film (Ft. Silverfast 8.8) - YouTube
Showing you some tips and tricks for scanning your Colour negatives at home. Black-and-White video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6WAxU8IyA0 Slide Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74yQW_QP9w4
video 
23 days ago
Martin Parr | The Talks
Mr. Parr, can you still recognize the England that you photographed in the 1970s when you look at the country today?
martinparr  photography 
23 days ago
Everything on Amazon Is Amazon! - The New York Times
The infinite retailer appears to be ushering untold numbers of stealth brands into your life, even as it plans to take over the East Coast. If you like Ween Charm, you’ll love Austin Mill! In 1618, an aspiring alchemist in Constantinople named Avedis created his first copper alloy cymbals.
23 days ago
How the Ballpoint Pen Changed Handwriting - The Atlantic
Recently, Bic launched a campaign to “save handwriting.” Named “Fight for Your Write,” it includes a pledge to “encourage the act of handwriting” in the pledge-taker’s home and community, and emphasizes putting more of the company’s ballpoints into classrooms.
23 days ago
Trump’s Rages and the Case for Optimism | The New Yorker
If Donald Trump were not so unbalanced, were he not exacting such immeasurable damage on the domestic welfare and the national security of the United States, you might find it in yourself to feel a tinge of sympathy for one so lost.
politics  trump 
28 days ago
The legendary Horst Wenzel — Rennie Brown Photography
I recently had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Horst Wenzel. He's legendary in Vancouver for his repair and servicing of vintage and world class film cameras like Rolleiflex, Leica and Hasselblad. Kind thanks to talented local photographer and artist Ross den Otter for directing me to Horst.
film  rolleiflex  photography  vancouver 
29 days ago
Show Us Your Junk! Ep. 18 - Lee Ranaldo (Sonic Youth) — EarthQuaker Devices
In thirty short years, Sonic Youth produced one of the largest and most stimulating bodies of work of any American rock band.
leeranaldo  guitar  sonicyouth  music 
29 days ago
Jeff Tweedy | Chicago magazine | December 2018
A lot of people have a fantasy about creativity — that you just sit around and wait for the stars to align and the barometric pressure to be correct, then you’re struck by this bolt of lightning and inspiration.
jefftweedy  music  wilco 
29 days ago
fIREHOSE - Down with the Bass - YouTube
Music video by fIREHOSE performing Down With The Bass. (C) 1991 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT
firehose  video  music  mikewatt 
4 weeks ago
Through Her Lens Darkly: Diane Arbus’s Life Was as Raw as Her Work - The New York Times
DIANE ARBUS Portrait of a Photographer By Arthur Lubow Illustrated. 734 pp. Ecco/HarperCollins Publishers. $35. The poet Paul Valéry wrote that anyone preparing to venture into the interior of the psyche had better go armed.
dianearbus  photography 
5 weeks ago
Robert Frank at 90: the photographer who revealed America won't look back | Art and design | The Guardian
Filled with images of loneliness and shadow, Frank’s The Americans stands as one of photography’s greatest works, while later works personal loss• Frank: beauty and horror of 1950s America – in pictures 08.51 EST Last modified on Friday 7 November 2014 14.
photography  robertfrank 
5 weeks ago
Remembering Sonic Youth - YouTube
The documentary about Karen Carpenter: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vj5Y6OxdWGI Join us on discord to chat more about Sonic Youth: https://ift.tt/2SJ1pvt INFO: In New York back in 1981 a rock band was formed that was gonna shape the new landscape of rock music culture. The band was praised for having redefined what you could do with a guitar. They used unorthodox tunings and used objects like screwdrivers and drum sticks to alter the timbre as they were strumming.. During the late 80s the band accumulated an underground following for their no-wave and noise rock based music, while they in the 90s achieved mainstream success because of their novel approach to mixing avant-garde and punk rock with pop sensibilities. In this video, we’re gonna sum up Sonic Youth’s story from their humble beginnings to their hayday in the late 80s and early 90s
music  sonicyouth 
5 weeks ago
Riding Along On Brad Barr's Sonic Expeditions - GuitarPlayer.com
Canadian Brad Barr is a folk-rock explorer always seeking creative ways to conjure fresh sounds from traditional sources, and much can be learned from his many discoveries.
5 weeks ago
Jason Lee: The American Photo Roadtrip - An ILFORD Inspires film - YouTube
Our ILFORD Inspires 'Legends of Skateboarding' series concludes with Jason Lee's ‘THE AMERICAN PHOTO ROADTRIP’.Discover the philosophies behind Jason's signature aesthetic during a journey through rural Texas highway 380 to document the abandoned yet cinematic American landscape. A former Pro Sk
photography  jasonlee  film 
5 weeks ago
Jason Lee: The American Photo Roadtrip - An ILFORD Inspires film - YouTube
Our ILFORD Inspires 'Legends of Skateboarding' series concludes with Jason Lee's ‘THE AMERICAN PHOTO ROADTRIP’. Discover the philosophies behind Jason's signature aesthetic during a journey through rural Texas highway 380 to document the abandoned yet cinematic American landscape. A former Pro Skateboarder, Jason has established himself as a pillar of the film community making him better placed than most to identify the parallels between skateboarding and photography. Filmed and edited by: Exploredinary (Sarah Reyes & Daniel Driensky) Score by Raymond Molinar End credits song "At The Cathedral" by Jason Lee and Eric Pulido Image credits copyright Exploredinary. Shot on ILFORD HP5 Plus
photography  video  film 
5 weeks ago
Has Mueller Subpoenaed the President? - POLITICO Magazine
Nelson W. Cunningham has served as a federal prosecutor in the Southern District of New York under Rudolph Giuliani, general counsel of the Senate Judiciary Committee under then-chair Joseph R. Biden, and general counsel of the White House Office of Administration under Bill Clinton.
politics  trump 
6 weeks ago
Why Russia Did Not Put a Man on the Moon - The Secret Soviet Moon Rocket - YouTube
It’s probably the most well known peacetime battle between the USA and the Soviet Union, in both technological and ideological terms of the 20th century. Patreon : https://ift.tt/2hHoZdM Paypal.me : https://ift.tt/2pIvFc4 You can now translate this and other curious droid videos, see my video about it here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLPVgIytKyg Although the USA won the race to the moon, if you’d been a betting person from the mid 1950’s to 1960’s, the chances are that you would have thought the Soviet Union had a very good chance of getting there first. So why didn’t Russia put a man on the moon? At the time the soviets were leading the space race, they had already started with the launch of Sputnik, then launched several probes to the moon, including one in 1959 that orbited and taken photos of the far side and By 1961 they were the first to put a man in to space. So when Kennedy made his now famous “We choose to go to the moon” speech in 1962 to rally public support, Khrushchev’s response was silence, neither confirming nor denying that they had a plan for a manned moon mission. But at the time Khrushchev wasn’t really interested in competing with the US over the moon, he was more interested ICBM’s the Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles for the strategic rocket forces. But there were others that had harboured plans for manned mission for a long time, these included the man whose name was a state secret and the most powerful man outside the Kremlin when it came to space. He was Sergei Pavlovich Korolev, outside the inner circle of the top space scientists he was known only as the “Chief Designer” or by his first 2 initials SP, because the Soviet leadership feared that the western powers would send agents to assassinate him........ Another Place by Frank Dorittke is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://ift.tt/fzkL8X) Source: https://ift.tt/2bycWYu Sit Idly By And Watch The World Crumble Before Your Eyes by Rowan Box is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://ift.tt/1mTJEHd) Source: https://ift.tt/2bA8U6t
space  russia 
6 weeks ago
Johnny Patience » The Zone System is Dead
Ever since I published my article about metering for film and how to approach exposure to achieve optimal results with color negative film, I have gotten an overwhelming amount of positive feedback from film photographers who were finally able to achieve good, consistent results by applying a very
film  photography 
6 weeks ago
Johnny Patience » Metering for Film
The most common questions I receive in regards to shooting film are usually about metering and exposure.
film  photography 
6 weeks ago
A Designer Dog-Maker Regrets His Creation | Psychology Today
I was in the lobby of a hotel in Toronto waiting to be picked up and taken to the venue where I was scheduled to give a talk. A well-dressed middle-aged woman was standing nearby with a sand-colored curly-haired dog.
dogs 
6 weeks ago
CBC Radio
Thelma Pepper didn't pick up a camera until she was 60. But in the four decades since then, she has published four books of photography, and her work has been exhibited widely.
photographer 
6 weeks ago
A Case for Eating Herbs as if They Were Vegetables | The New Yorker
On a whim one July morning in 1987, my family set off from our small town in south Ukraine in a stuffy old Lada. We drove through Crimea, then rode by ferry to Sochi, and then drove again through Abkhazia and Georgia into Azerbaijan, where our Ukrainian-Armenian extended family lived.
food 
6 weeks ago
Globe brings digitisation home with Incognito Software deployment - VanillaPlus - The global voice of Telecoms IT
Having recently won a significant contract with Filipino operator Globe, David Sharpley, the chief executive of Incognito Software, talks to VanillaPlus managing editor George Malim about the deployment and how he sees operators’ needs changing as their digital transformations progress and de
incognito 
7 weeks ago
Digital Darkroom: Life after DigitalRev and AnalogRev (Feat. Mamiya 6) - YouTube
It's actually been several months since I quit DigitalRev, and I've been honestly really humbled that many of you guys have asked for more AnalogRev. With that in mind, Anne and I decided to take a look at Richard Avedon's philosophy, with the help of Sofia and the Mamiya 6. SUPPORT DIGITAL DARKROOM ON PATREON: https://ift.tt/2ovsGkV THIS EPISODE WAS FILMED USING: Good ol' Camera (https://goo.gl/qfMNZR) Good ol' lens (https://goo.gl/fOPZ08) Used this lens a little bit (https://goo.gl/xzHB6R) This mic is a godsend (https://goo.gl/zbqqI0) For the cinematic shots (https://goo.gl/RBd464) Edited on (https://goo.gl/lu9Ddy) FIND MORE PHOTOS ON THE FACEBOOK: https://ift.tt/2pHSdvC FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM HERE: Ian - https://ift.tt/2Mofbka Anne - https://ift.tt/2y6Ee85 Sofia - https://ift.tt/2q3M8Ix Derrick - https://ift.tt/2MmIX8I
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7 weeks ago
Excerpt: Beastie Boys Book by Michael Diamond, Adam Horovitz
Michael Diamond: After the success of Licensed to Ill, a bunch of people thought they knew exactly what our future should look like. After we parted ways with Def Jam, we started meeting with other labels and eventually signed with Capitol.
music  beastieboys 
7 weeks ago
5 Reasons to Buy a Nikon DF in 2018 - As underrated as it gets - YouTube
This is one of the most hated cameras ever. I couldn’t understand why and after using it Im even more confused. When you get over the specs it doesn’t have and instead look at what it does have, you find a gem. A quick and snappy full frame DSLR with external controls and a lowlight sensor with a very high dynamic range. Whats not to like? You can support the channel by purchasing my Zine: https://ift.tt/2wKrksy Gunpowder the Zine is now also available: https://ift.tt/2Q4irCW To give you an idea how controversial this camera is I will share a little story. In a weak moment I wanted to switch to a black version. So I thought I would put mine up for sale with the same asking price as the black one I had spotted. Just to se see if such a switch was possible. I placed the add on our equivalent to Craigslist. Within 5 minutes I had received a reply. But it wasn’t an interested buyer. It was a troll. Some dude was trolling a classified just to go on about specs and other meaningless bla bla bla.. Now Im no beginner at classifieds. I must have had hundreds of things for sale. And Ive only once encounter something similar in the past. That was when I was selling an Apple computer. So Im sure you understand how hot of a topic it is when it reaches the Mac vs PC level of insanity :) I bought the camera used as usual, it is what I recommend. But if you want to splash some cash around you can do so here: Nikon DF, https://ift.tt/2M6IytD Nikon 85mm f1.8 G, https://ift.tt/2OdyFIb Nikon 50mm f1.4 G, https://ift.tt/2M6IzxH The video was recorded with the Fuji X-E3 and the very affordable Zonlai 22mm f1.8 for Fuji XF (review coming). Instagram: https://ift.tt/2hSBZtu Blog: https://ift.tt/2x4MjsH Music: ”Welcome”, Anno Domini Beats Local Elevator av Kevin MacLeod licensieras under licensen Creative Commons Attribution (https://ift.tt/1bFo3O7) Källa: https://ift.tt/HJ01TS Artist: http://incompetech.com/
video 
7 weeks ago
Why Kodak Died and Fujifilm Thrived: A Tale of Two Film Companies
The Kodak moment is gone, but today Fujifilm thrives after a massive reorganization. Here is a detailed analysis based on firsthand accounts from top executives and factual financial data to understand how and why the destinies of two similar companies went in opposite directions.
film  photography 
7 weeks ago
The Tragic, Beautiful True Story Behind Peter Dinklage’s My Dinner with Hervé | Vanity Fair
In 1993, Sacha Gervasi was working as a journalist in London when he received what would become the strangest—and most meaningful—assignment of his life: an interview with Hervé Villechaize.
7 weeks ago
Interview w/ Street Photographer Alan Schaller About New Abstract Series
London-based photographer Alan Schaller is known for his incredible street photography. His keen ability to mix high contrast lighting with architectural compositions have won him clients like The Financial Times and The Independent.
photography 
7 weeks ago
Lens
A new book examines Gordon Parks’s transformation over the formative decade before his time as the first black staff photographer at Life magazine.At the beginning of the 1940s, Gordon Parks was a self-taught fashion and portrait photographer documenting daily life in both St. Paul and Chicago.
film  photography 
7 weeks ago
In Praise of Oscar the Grouch
Sesame Street puppeteer Caroll Spinney is retiring after almost 50 years, and everybody is leading with the fact that he played and voiced everybody’s favorite, Big Bird.
7 weeks ago
ILFORD Photo presents ILFORD Inspires: Ray Barbee in 'A Common Thread' - YouTube
Ray Barbee's film ‘A COMMON THREAD’ is about finding enjoyment in things that are challenging. This is a captivating insight into a humble yet remarkably talented skateboarder, musician and photographer who believes that all 3 passions are crafted by various factors outside of the artist's contr
photography  film 
7 weeks ago
ILFORD Photo presents ILFORD Inspires: Ray Barbee in 'A Common Thread' - YouTube
Ray Barbee's film ‘A COMMON THREAD’ is about finding enjoyment in things that are challenging. This is a captivating insight into a humble yet remarkably talented skateboarder, musician and photographer who believes that all 3 passions are crafted by various factors outside of the artist's control. From making prints in a darkroom to making music in a studio, Ray embraces the imperfections of analogue formats. Filmed and Edited by Exploredinary (Sarah Reyes and Daniel Driensky) Original Music by Richard Carpenter with Outro/End Credits Remix by Ray Barbee Modular Synth Jam by Ray Barbee Studio Jam by Vulcho Bonev, Ray Barbee, and Matthew Roi Rainwater End Credits photos on ILFORD HP5 Plus film by Daniel Driensky Special Thanks to Ray Barbee, Michael Bain, Matt Parry, Vulcanic Studioz, and Contact Photo Lab
photography  video  film 
7 weeks ago
Sonic Youth - Teen Age Riot (Restored) - YouTube
'Teen Age Riot' comes from Sonic Youth's album 'Daydream Nation.' Listen to the full album: https://ift.tt/2ExB2Wq Connect with Sonic Youth: http://sonicyouth.com/ https://ift.tt/1O22YdH https://twitter.com/thesonicyouth
music  sonicyouth  video 
7 weeks ago
HyperNormalisation (2016) by Adam Curtis - A different experience of reality FULL DOCUMENTARY - YouTube
The cult documentary maker explores the falsity of modern life in his own inimitable style. Though he’s spent the best part of four decades making television, Curtis’s signature blend of hypnotic archive footage, authoritative voiceover and a seemingly inexhaustible appetite for bizarre historical tangents is better suited to the web, a place just as resistant to the narrative handholding of broadcast TV as he is. He argues that an army of technocrats, complacent radicals and Faustian internet entrepreneurs have conspired to create an unreal world; one whose familiar and often comforting details blind us to its total inauthenticity.
video 
8 weeks ago
Daniel Radcliffe and the Art of the Fact-Check | The New Yorker
Fact: the actor Daniel Radcliffe is currently starring in the Broadway show “The Lifespan of a Fact,” as a magazine fact checker with an aviation inspector’s zeal for accuracy.
9 weeks ago
Yashica MAT-124G camera manual
This camera manual library is for reference and historical purposes, all rights reserved. This page is copyright by , M. Butkus, NJ. This page may not be sold or distributed without the expressed permission of the producer I have no connection with Chinon Co., Japan M. Butkus, 29 Lake Ave.
camera  film  photography 
10 weeks ago
Leica M5 Review - In 4K | Analog Review | Vintage Film Camera - YouTube
Instagram: https://ift.tt/2H0JaMv Music by Joakim Karud: https://ift.tt/2ay7RAs A review of the Leica M5 after 5 years of ownership. I originally bought this camera from Japan in 2012, it was actually my second M5 at that time. I purchased the first one (Black, 3 lugs) from Germany. I have also owned M2, M3, M4, M6, M9 and Zeiss Ikon M bodies. I personally favorite the M5 the most. Battery adapter on eBay: https://ift.tt/2xOYwj3 More detail information about the M5: https://ift.tt/2xSCA6v https://ift.tt/2xRnWfV https://ift.tt/2twYaKT [ Photography GEARS ] Summilux 35mm ASPH: http://amzn.to/2yBvRh3 Summicron 35mm ASPH:http://amzn.to/2wRLBdP Summilux 50mm ASPH: http://amzn.to/2wMLSn8 Leica M10:http://amzn.to/2yBHKn4 Leica Monochrom: http://amzn.to/2htPzDv Leica M240: http://amzn.to/2wS0VXK Ricoh GRii : http://amzn.to/2xvfvGr Zeiss C-Sonnar: http://amzn.to/2ftXap1 Leica MP (Film Body):http://amzn.to/2hudKlp [ Camera Bags ] Ona Bowery: http://amzn.to/2wP30IL On a Union Street: http://amzn.to/2wRBiqb [ Films I Love ] Kodak Tri-X Film:http://amzn.to/2wORyNi Kodak Ektar 100: http://amzn.to/2fsW2lu [ Video Making GEARS ] MacBook Pro: http://amzn.to/2wNK2lP Joby Tripod: http://amzn.to/2y4gnFe Zhiyun Smooth Q: http://amzn.to/2y4gZL2 Big Tripod Vanguard Alta: http://amzn.to/2wNIesV Samsung T5 SSD Drive: http://amzn.to/2wNXPcd Lexar SL100 512GB: http://amzn.to/2yCcnZK [ USB-C Things ] Magsafe USB-C: hhttp://amzn.to/2yCglkT HyperDrive: http://amzn.to/2k01FZV Juiced BizHUB: http://amzn.to/2ftQAPd Instagram: https://ift.tt/2H0JaMv Flickr: https://flic.kr/ps/xmeAG
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11 weeks ago
An Artist Photographs His Trysts With Older Men | The New Yorker
Like many gay men searching for intimacy in the modern day, the photographer Matthew Morrocco has found his share of it online. But the glossy Adonis of the Instagram era is not his type. He prefers older fellows, some of them more than twice his age.
photography  portraits 
11 weeks ago
John Legend & Blake Mills Talk Recording ‘Darkness and Light’ | Billboard
During the recording process for John Legend’s forthcoming Darkness and Light album, a strict policy was established. According to album producer Blake Mills, the pair agreed early on that “there were not going to be any songs about nothing on the record.
blakemills  music 
11 weeks ago
Don’t Take My Kodachrome Away — A Review of Fred Herzog: Modern Color | National Gallery of Canada
One of the things that strikes a viewer almost immediately when presented with an array of Fred Herzog’s photographs is the pop of “Kodachrome red” that appears in almost every image.
fredherzog  photography 
11 weeks ago
What Brooklyn Really Looked Like in the 70s and 80s - VICE
Before it was a global brand, Brooklyn was just a place people lived. Lots of them. From Bensonhurst to Park Slope to Bedford-Stuyvesant to Greenpoint, New York City's most populous borough may also have been its most diverse.
brooklyn  history  nyc  photography 
11 weeks ago
Twitter
Watch Neon Indian get chased by children in an ad for a terrifying fake board game http://bit.
alanpalomo  music  neonindian 
11 weeks ago
Chevy Chase is 74, sober and ready to work. The problem? Nobody wants to work with him. - Washington Post
Chevy Chase is sitting on the porch, outside his home in wooded Westchester County. He takes a drag off a Marlboro and casually mentions that he ran into Donald Glover backstage at “Saturday Night Live.” This is striking on multiple levels.
chevy  chase  comedy  snl 
11 weeks ago
Jordan Peterson doesn't understand postmodernism - YouTube
Please consider supporting us on Patreon if you enjoy the content: https://ift.tt/2prgx38 this video I use the terms "postmodernism" and "postmodern philosophy" to refer to late 20th century philosophies that reject the presuppositions of modern philosophy, universal meta-narratives, univers
jordanpeterson  politics 
11 weeks ago
What Jordan B. Peterson is Doing (MANY PETERS №19) - YouTube
Dr. Jordan B. "The Jeep" Peterson, a Canadian professor who’s become the spiritual father of an online tribe of alienated, disaffected and resentful young men. ?BECOME A PATRON at https://ift.tt/1AY4Lyk ? order "Custom Reality and You" http://amzn.to/2FEsqJR *************************
gender  jordan  peterson  politics  jordanpeterson 
11 weeks ago
A Second Look at the Tuna Sandwich’s All-American History | TASTE
It is hard to think of a food more emblematic of America’s working-class spirit than the humble tuna sandwich.
food  history 
11 weeks ago
5 Brilliant tips to fight your fear in Street Photography - 121Clicks.com
Street Photography may sound pretty simple for the outsiders & it may seem a very ordinary and easiest genre to produce good photographs. But the starring truth will hit you quiet strong when you start considering going on a mission alone.
photography 
12 weeks ago
Film Speed Explained - YouTube
In this video i explain in depth what film speed is and how it relates to the development process. I go over push and pull processing and show you a few examples of my own work.
film  photography 
12 weeks ago
Film Speed Explained - YouTube
In this video i explain in depth what film speed is and how it relates to the development process. I go over push and pull processing and show you a few examples of my own work.
video 
12 weeks ago
Reflections from a Hashtag | by Jian Ghomeshi | The New York Review of Books
Not so long ago, I spoke to hundreds of thousands of listeners across North America every day on a public radio show. These days, the closest I come to public performance is at a neighborhood karaoke bar in New York. Even that can have its perils.
gender  jianghomeshi  metoo  politics 
12 weeks ago
Ed Ruscha: Buildings and Words - YouTube
Ed Ruscha: Buildings and Words is a short-length documentary, commissioned by MOCA, about Ruscha’s extraordinary body of work.​ The film is written and directed by Felipe Lima and narrated by Owen Wilson.Director and Writer: Felipe Lima Produced by: Ways & MeansExecutive Producers: Lana Kim, Jet
art  edruscha  painting  photography 
12 weeks ago
Christie Blatchford: For hypocritical #MeToo movement, it’s one strike and you’re out | National Post
God but there is something deeply unpleasant about the #MeToo movement. It is vicious, it is unforgiving, it is organized and it is relentless: All that we knew. But its hypocrisy is, well, breathtaking.
gender  metoo  politics 
12 weeks ago
How Garry Winogrand Transformed Street Photography | The New Yorker
The first time I saw some street photographs by Garry Winogrand, as a teen-ager in the nineteen-seventies, I was overwhelmed. They were the first photos that struck me as relating to the other modes of creation—modern jazz and New Wave movies—that most excited me then.
garrywinograd  photography 
12 weeks ago
What Life in New York City Looks Like with a Great Dane | The New Yorker
One day nearly a decade ago, when she was nineteen years old and living with her parents in Flatbush, Brooklyn, Kristina Justice fell in love with an abandoned Great Dane at a veterinary clinic in Sheepshead Bay.
dogs  nyc  photography 
september 2018
7 Lessons Saul Leiter Has Taught Me About Street Photography
I can’t remember the exact moment that I discovered the work of Saul Leiter. I think I remember seeing some link on the internet about the discovery of one of the earliest “pioneers” in color street photography. But upon hearing this, I didn’t dig into it too deeply.
photography  saulleiter 
september 2018
Ry Cooder Details New LP ‘The Prodigal Son’ – Rolling Stone
Ry Cooder detailed his new album The Prodigal Son, his first LP in six years. It features a mix of Cooder originals and interpretations of songs by Blind Willie Johnson, Blind Roosevelt Graves, the Stanley Brothers and other traditional recordings.
rycooder 
september 2018
Left to Louisiana’s Tides, a Village Fights for Time - The New York Times
JEAN LAFITTE, La. — From a Cessna flying 4,000 feet above Louisiana’s coast, what strikes you first is how much is already lost.
louisiana 
september 2018
Inside the sad, expensive failure of Google+
Create a social network or risk everything. That was the original pitch for Google's Facebook rival, Google+, a refrain hammered over and over by the social network's chief architect, Vic Gundotra, in meetings with the company's top brass.
september 2018
Peek Inside Wayne Coyne's Freaky Oklahoma City Compound | Pitchfork
Last month, the internet noticed that you could see Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne taking a bath outside his Oklahoma City house on Google Street View. As it turns out, that particular burst of random weirdness had nothing on the inside of the house.
music  waynecoyne 
september 2018
6 Vintage Photos of Kitsilano – Kitsilano.ca
Here’s a selection of 6 images from 1900-1940. Take a coffee break and travel back in time with us.
vancouver  kitsilano 
september 2018
Neon Indian Explores "Myth of The Auteur" in TED Talk | Pitchfork
Alan Palomo, aka Neon Indian, recently gave a TED Talk titled "Auteurs in the Ether", an exploration of the "myth of the auteur" in the creative process.
september 2018
Hurricane Maria kills 2,975; Puerto Rico updates official death toll
An estimated 2,975 people died in Puerto Rico in the five months after Hurricane Maria devastated the island last September, a far higher number than the government's official death toll count of 64.
september 2018
Space Ruins • René Burri • Magnum Photos
Looming over the site was the vast launching platform for the Saturn V rockets, used in the Apollo program, which stood 111 meters high and had at one time incorporated 624 different control systems.
september 2018
How Camera Film Gets Processed in a Lab
I was recently fortunate enough to get an inside and ‘behind-the-scenes’ look into how film processing works at Richard Photo Lab in Valencia, CA.
september 2018
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