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The World of FUJIFILM Film Simulation – Episode 1 | Photoxels
On their Facebook page, Fujifilm is publishing a series of “episodes” on their unique Film Simulation modes.
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It's Nice That | Photography: Miyoko Ihara's Grandma and her trusty stray cat are a match made in heaven
I probably wouldn’t happily scroll down on this one if you cried at any of the following films: Homeward Bound, Amore, The Notebook or even Stepmom (“No one loves you like I do”) because this photography series is tear jerk CENTRAL.
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He’s in It for the Long Run - The New York Times
RAMSEY, N.J. IF Detroit sold a car that could withstand 30 years of hard driving and cost less than $7,000, its main industry would be in a better place than it is today.
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The Current's Guitar Collection: Jeremy Ylvisaker, Squier Jazzmaster - J Mascis signature model | The Current
In The Current's studio to do a session with the band Alpha Consumer, Jeremy Ylvisaker spoke to us about a guitar he bought in Minneapolis a couple years ago, after a 12-year search. Which guitar are you playing today?
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The Story Of 'A Love Supreme' : NPR
John Coltrane recorded A Love Supreme in December of 1964 and released it the following year. He presented it as a spiritual declaration that his musical devotion was now intertwined with his faith in God.
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Helios 44M-4 Lens Review: A Russian Classic in Photography
We are taking a deep look at an old Soviet prime lens – the Helios 44M-4. It comes with a fast f/2.0 aperture and fixed focal length of 58mm (87mm on APS-C sensor). Despite decades-old technology, the Helios 44 lenses are a far cry from being forgotten.
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Rest in peace, Dean Allen
I heard a couple of days ago that Dean Allen died last weekend. His friend Om Malik has a fine remembrance of him here. Who was Dean? There are so many ways to answer that question.
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Daring Fireball: Dean Allen
Dean Cameron Allen, a 50-ish writer, designer, web-guy, and an all-around rascal, died this weekend in London, U.K. He leaves behind his parents, a former girlfriend and a lot of friends. If the universe feels a little hollow this week, now you know why.
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Dean Allen, R.I.P. – Om Malik
Dean Cameron Allen, a 50-ish writer, designer, web-guy, and an all-around rascal, died this weekend in London, U.K. He leaves behind his parents, a former girlfriend and a lot of friends. If the universe feels a little hollow this week, now you know why.
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Vancouver Sun - Story - canada.com network
This is an Internet love story. Or a 19th-century Internet love story, if such a proposal can be imagined.
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Minolta M-Rokkor 40mm F/2 – Lens Review – Casual Photophile
I shoot a lot of old cameras, archaic machines that in some cases recall a time when the United States was comprised of only forty-eight such distinct territories, and it’s not unusual to find a lens of similar vintage mated to my Sony a7.
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Some see a glass half empty. Others, a glass half full. I just see that someone forgot to put his glass into the di…
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A guy I never met. Never spoke to. Probably had no idea I existed. But through his work I met some of the greatest…
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Pouring one for tonight. Words and designs extraordinaire. Dude created and a host of other web goo…
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Had some fun with one of my favorite joints. :)
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Three archers practicing Kyudo in Japan, the Japanese Way of the Bow, circa 1890.
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"Taaaaaaaaaaake onnnnnn meeeeeee…taaaaaaaake meeeeee onnnnnn…"
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A Mini Documentary About Wes Anderson · Lomography
The whole world is somehow in love with everything about Wes Anderson today, and we can't help but fall for it too. His pastiches, use of the Futura font, the pastel colors, the comical characters and twee scenery are what makes his cinematic universe iconic.
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Japan’s Abandoned Hotels Are Being Reclaimed by Nature - Atlas Obscura
Of all the abandoned hotels that photographer Shane Thoms captured for his book Haikyo: The Modern Ruins of Japan, the one he finds most compelling is the Royal Hotel. A vast, ornate, crumbling structure on the volcanic Hachijo Island, it has everything Thoms wants from a ruin.
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Rock ’N' Roll: America's Midlife Crisis
For Americans in the nuclear age, the midlife crisis, or “M.L.C.,” is a predictable and perhaps inevitable event. The M.L.C.
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Where Have All the V Chords Gone? The Decline of 'Functional' Harmony in Pop – Soundfly
Explore Soundfly’s growing array of mentor-supported Mainstage courses on harmony, composition and orchestration, beat making, crowdfunding, and more, and get a massive 40% off with code EARLYBIRD40 when you sign up before  at midnight!
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Stylish Vintage Photos From The Stock Photography Agencies In The 1970s – Design You Trust
If you think that the photographs from the current image banks are kitsch, wait to discover the pictures of the image banks in the 1970s. Here is an amazing series of Vintage Stock Photos collected by one of the first major image banks in the the world, RobertStock, founded in 1920 by H.
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It’s not always personal in Margaret Glaspy’s songwriting | Georgia Straight Vancouver's News & Entertainment Weekly
Margaret Glaspy isn’t new to making music, which makes the accolades that have been showered upon her debut, Emotions and Math, extra rewarding. Don’t try and get her to acknowledge the record’s considerable charms, though.
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Exclusive: The Leaked Fyre Festival Pitch Deck Is Beyond Parody | Vanity Fair
For many voracious observers of social media, and some depressed news consumers agonizing through Donald Trump’s first 100 days, the fiasco unfolding around the Fyre Festival in the Bahamas may have been something of a surprise.
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How Haiti became poor
In case you missed it, the President of the United States called Haiti, El Salvador, and African countries “shitholes,” then pretended like he didn’t say it, but basically said it all over again.
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Iggy Pop, Ann Arbor, 1969 by Glen Craig
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“At the Fillmore East in 1970, I was opening up for this sorry-ass cat named Steve Miller … so I’m pissed because I…
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RT : At 89, anything with the word “crypt” in it is a real turnoff for me.
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Ok, reading more about the Hawaiian false-alert crisis, I came across an (unrelated) petition against governor Davi…
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WATCH: Sen. Orrin Hatch removes a pair of glasses he's not wearing
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EU declares war on plastic waste | Environment | The Guardian
Excellent! Long overdue (even if it’s only targeting 2030): EU declares war on plastic waste
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The late, great Captain Beefheart was born on this day in 1941
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The 5 Huskiest Boys In The Ohio County 9-Year-Old Pee-Wee Football League, Ranked By How Much Of An Animal They Are…
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Fake missile attack warning? Human error? Nonsense. It's incompetent design. One wrong click terrorizes the entire…
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I walk out of Target to the scene of a child laying motionless on the ground. I asked what was wrong and the dad sa…
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Every time you do something very normal and not incriminating that will most definitely never come up again for any…
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31 Rolls of Undeveloped Film from a Soldier in WWII Discovered and Processed
Photographer Levi Bettweiser is the man behind the Rescued Film Project, an effort to find and rescue old and undeveloped rolls of film from the far corners of the world.
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Anita Pallenberg: The Woman Who Out-Keithed Keith | V Magazine
V examines the rise, fall, return, and retirement of actress, model, designer, and rock-and-roll muse Anita Pallenberg. V examines the rise, fall, return, and retirement of actress, model, designer, and rock-and-roll muse Anita Pallenberg.
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How a Sensational, Unverified Dossier Became a Crisis for Donald Trump - The New York Times
WASHINGTON — Seven months ago, a respected former British spy named Christopher Steele won a contract to build a file on Donald J. Trump’s ties to Russia.
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Donald Trump’s watching a lot of television, and it’s worrying his aides: reports - Salon.com
President Donald Trump is obsessed with the media — consuming it, reacting to it and desiring positive depictions in it. That obsession arises not only out of egotism but also, as recent reports have revealed, from a seemingly uncontrollable fixation on them.
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Slow-Baked Pork and Apricots - Annabel Langbein – Recipes
Preheat oven to 150°C. To prepare the pork, mix cumin, paprika, salt and pepper and sprinkle evenly over the pork to lightly coat.Heat 1 tbsp of the oil in a large, heavy-based pan and brown pork over a high heat, working in batches so as not to overcrowd the pan.
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How to Conquer the Biggest Fear in Street Photography
As a street photographer you may have had fear sometimes taking photos on the street. All of us who spend time in the streets shooting know that not everyone likes when you take photos of them.
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How Fujifilm survived the digital age with an unexpected makeover - Channel NewsAsia
TOKYO: As a scientist with Fujifilm, Tomoko Tashiro was tasked with developing technology about coloured photo paper. But when she returned to work after maternity leave in 2005, she was in for a big surprise. She was asked if she would like to venture into cosmetics - under the same company.
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The biggest threat facing middle-age men isn’t smoking or obesity. It’s loneliness. - The Boston Globe
LET’S START WITH THE MOMENT I realized I was already a loser, which was just after I was more or less told that I was destined to become one. I’d been summoned to an editor’s office at the Globe Magazine with the old “We have a story we think you’d be perfect for.
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Chuck Berry Goddamn - Jan. 2012 Chuck Berry Profile
The boy was maybe six, maybe seven when he found his father's perpetual-motion machine in the basement. It was in pieces, strange wooden blocks and wheels and chains, all heaped together in two bushel baskets.
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The Trump Presidency Is Already a Joke | Vanity Fair
It can reasonably be said that our dear leader is now the most ridiculed man on the planet. In fact, he may well be the most ridiculed man in history. For a preening narcissist who takes himself terribly seriously, being the butt of the joke heard round the world has got to hurt.
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Scott And Scurvy (Idle Words)
Recently I have been re-reading one of my favorite books, The Worst Journey in the World, an account of Robert Falcon Scott's 1911 expedition to the South Pole.
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Van Dyke Parks on How Songwriters Are Getting Screwed in the Digital Age
Last month I was invited up to Ringo Starr’s home in Beverly Hills. He asked me to write a song with him for his next “virtual” album. In two days’ devotion, we conjured and recorded a piece called “Bamboula.”
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Stay away from bitcoin and ethereum — they are complete garbage - MarketWatch
If you’ve ever wondered what “cryptocurrencies” such as bitcoin, litecoin and ethereum are for, ask one of their legion of techie-libertarian fans. Fan: The technology is absolutely amazing!
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With All Due Disrespect - The New York Times
As a young man, Congressman John Lewis, who represents most of Atlanta, literally put his life on the line in pursuit of justice. As a key civil rights leader, he endured multiple beatings.
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Poached Pears with Chocolate-Pear Sauce recipe | Epicurious.com
Yield Makes 8 servings Ingredients1 cup pear nectar1 cup dry white wine1/2 cup sugar4 slightly under-ripe pears, peeled, halved, cored4 ounces bittersweet (not unsweetened) or semisweet chocolate, choppedVanilla ice cream Preparation Stir pear nectar, white wine and sugar in heavy large saucepan
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As a U.S. Senator, you could explicitly condemn the President’s racist and unhinged statements. Or you could subtw…
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Trump spent last night phoning allies and friends, asking them how they thought the “shithole” remark was playing o…
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A prez shld really check where his own country is in the rankings for literacy, infant mortality, life expectancy,…
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Street scene of Thun, Switzerland in 1952.
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From the time he entered public consciousness, decades ago, every single solitary episode of shock & outrage around…
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“Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming…
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Anderson Cooper: "Not racial. Not racially charged. Racist ... The sentiment the President expressed today is a rac…
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- we're bombing 8 different countries
- half the US makes $30k a year or less
- we have the worst healthcare in the…
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The “shithole” country I’m from is called Ethiopia. One of the oldest civilizations and the birthplace of all manki…
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CNN goes full “shithole”
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From the inventor of Dogecoin: My joke cryptocurrency hit $2 billion and something is very wrong…
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Here's What Liam Gallagher Has to Say About Parenting
Here's what Liam Gallagher has to say about parenting: 
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