This post is private for logged in users only. I miss Leonard Nimoy and this is how I feel these days.
I have two iPhone photography tips for you. They aren’t technical and will improve your photos. Stop holding your phone like a phone to take pictures. Turn it 90 degrees clockwise and hold it like a camera. Hold it firmly with both hands and use the “volume up” button as your shutter. Wasn’t that easy?… Continue reading iPhone Camera Tips
Typography for Everyone Makes Texts Much Easier to Read | NOUPE: The starting point for the observation is always the continuous text, which is what we write into the p-tags on the web. This text is the index, meaning it keeps the font size of 100 percent. All other elements are derived from that. According… Continue reading Typography for Everyone Makes Texts Much Easier to Read | NOUPE
Collection: M. C. Escher (1898-1972). Prints and Drawings / Institution: Boston Public Library – Digital Commonwealth Search Results Cool. via kottke.org
The Trumps asked to borrow a Van Gogh but the Guggenheim offered a solid gold toilet instead. – The Washington Post: The curator’s alternative: an 18-karat, fully functioning, solid gold toilet — an interactive work titled “America” that critics have described as pointed satire aimed at the excess of wealth in this country. For a… Continue reading The Trumps asked to borrow a Van Gogh but the Guggenheim offered a solid gold toilet instead. – The Washington Post
Really enjoying this…
I have had this “Trippy spinning optical illusion” (found at the always interesting kottke.org open in a browser window since I found it on Feb. 1, 2016. From kottke.org: Somehow, this woman seems to be spinning both clockwise and counter-clockwise simultaneously. This is worse than the spinning ballerina. Anyone know who did this? Randomly found it… Continue reading Looking up and down while spinning left and right