One of my buddies from ACiD posted this on Facebook. Pretty cool. I wish they had more of these kinds of apps back in the day!
Whatever the craft, there exists inside of each of us these two conflicting forces. One that gets caught up in our victories, stokes our egos and inevitable leads to our downfall. The other force only cares for the next win and the fastest route to buried treasure. -Dave Jeyes
This is a nice post by my buddy and comrade at AddThis. In a nutshell, it’s not about being right all the time—it’s about keeping an eye on the treasure.
Often times we can get caught up with politics and trying to prove our worth and intelligence amongst our co-workers, but the team that wins will put all their egos aside to accomplish what is right. Ultimately, everyone can take credit for that kind of success.
I had no idea that’s what the celebrities do. Average cost of the operation is $1k-3k per tooth. Holy crap. Here’s a search that shows before and afters.
These two photos are from the doorstep of my condo. There’s way too much ambient light, but it’s fun to play around.
Unfortunately, I think my primary battery is dying too. I’m going to have to order some more gear.
Unfortunately, the long exposure test shots killed my battery before I could capture the lunar eclipse this morning. And, my backup battery was dead too. So, what I have is an overexposed 30 second pic.
Anyway, I wanted to share a test shot—this was 1 hour before the eclipse actually happened.
The photo above was shot and cropped from my iPhone. At least I got something. Lol.
I just got my new wide angle lens. I’ve always wanted a really wide angle lens, and ever since this model came out, I’ve been eying it. Here are some test shots at the office.
Pretty bad ass. I have to give credit to Roger for recommending it to me years ago. Hopefully this lens will come in handy for my future trips.
As much as I love my iPhone camera, nothing compares to a real SLR with a big hunk of glass hung over the front.
Hat tip: Thomas Patrick Pangilinan
Looks like they started Yoga at the office. We probably need to start a push-up club here instead.
This is the real deal, from Annie’s parents. I could probably eat this every day!
Google Tel Aviv
Hat tip: Jim