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SERoundtable: YouTube Now Lets You Import Your Google+ Videos.

Of course, with this, rumors will/have spread more that Google+ is dying and Google is going to kill it off. Vic Gundotra left and there have been signs of it dying since.

08/27/14 • 10:04 AM • Motion GraphicsSocial Media • No Comments

Cool Tools: Car2Go.

A step on the way to self-driving cars (eliminating the ‘ownership’ mentality).

08/27/14 • 09:54 AM • EconomicsGeneralHome & LivingTravel • No Comments

DSLR Video Shooter: Metabones Finally Releases Canon MFT Speedbooster.

List $599. Dat’s a lot o’ bones.

08/27/14 • 09:52 AM • Motion GraphicsPhotography • No Comments

OpenCulture: Brian May’s Homemade Guitar, Made From Old Tables, Bike and Motorcycle Parts & More.

Knitting needles, knives, more. Jeff Beck reference at 2:50 - May wanted to do the same feedback techniques.

08/27/14 • 09:48 AM • ArtsHistoryMusic • No Comments

CSM: US government - Monkey selfies ineligible for copyright.

“Marking an end to the controversy surrounding the “monkey selfie,” a self-portrait snapped by a particularly photogenic macaque in Indonesia in 2011, the US Copyright Office noted on Tuesday in a public draft of the Compendium of US Copyright Office Practices, Third Edition, that to be eligible to register an original work of intellectual property – be it a patent, trademark, or trade secrets – one must be a living, breathing, Homo sapiens.

And that’s the end of that. No more monkeying around.

08/27/14 • 09:43 AM • LawPhotography • No Comments

Youtube: World-Renowned Swordsman Takes on Fruit Ninja in REAL LIFE.

An ad, but who could say ‘no’ to watching a skilled swordsman slicing flying fruit?

08/27/14 • 09:42 AM • ConsumptionMotion Graphics • No Comments

APOD: Milky Way over Yellowstone.

What a shot.

08/27/14 • 09:40 AM • NaturePhotography • No Comments

Dropbox Pro Users Now Get 1TB of Storage, Other Goodies.

‘Bout time. Mine’s not switched yet, but according to this, it will do so automatically over the next couple of days.

08/27/14 • 09:14 AM • ComputingInternetMobileSoftware • No Comments

365/2: 236. The precious gift of rain.

365/2: 236.

They’re tearing up our road again - gravel on the westbound side.  Lots of traffic noise - sorry. [Click through to Flickr to play video.]

Later: Storms breaking up.

Guardian.UK: Global warming is already here and could be irreversible, UN panel says.

The warnings keep piling up.

08/26/14 • 02:27 PM • EnvironmentalNatureScience • No Comments

Italian Ways: The Bianchina’s good fortune.

A tinycar for the discerning collector. Audrey Hepburn drove one around Paris.

08/26/14 • 12:52 PM • ConsumptionDesignEntertainmentHistoryTravel • No Comments

DesignYouTrust: GoPro Fetch. Mount a GoPro to your pooch.

You know, might be a really useful tool for search & rescue folks.

08/26/14 • 12:48 PM • GeneralMotion GraphicsNaturePhotography • No Comments

The Register.UK: That 8TB Seagate MONSTER? It’s here ... Have a look (sans specs).

Precious little info, really. But worth keeping an eye on.

08/26/14 • 12:34 PM • ComputingHardware • No Comments

JasonOrmand: A pro tip for reducing visual noise in OSX.

Of interest.

08/26/14 • 12:33 PM • AppleGeneralSoftware • No Comments

Designer News: How much time do you guys need to complete a 10 page website?

The comments.  Surprised noone’s responded to the ‘guys’ thing yet.

08/26/14 • 12:18 PM • DesignInternetProgrammingSmall Business • No Comments

DP Review: Fujifilm X30 First Impressions Review.

A lot of buzz, a lot of articles today. Slide to the last two paragraphs.

08/26/14 • 12:02 PM • ConsumptionPhotography • No Comments

Wired: Hyperlapse, Instagram’s New App, Is Like a $15,000 Video Setup in Your Hand.

Um ... I’ve been using Emulsio (iDevices) for a while now to smooth out smartphone/tablet video. No hipster cred, but it doesn’t impose that fast-speed routine on your footage.

08/26/14 • 11:48 AM • MobileMotion GraphicsPhotographySoftware • No Comments

OpenCulture: The Feynman Lectures on Physics, Most Popular Physics Book Ever Written, Now Completely

Noted, bookmarked.

08/26/14 • 11:32 AM • BooksHistoryScholarlyScience • No Comments

Macworld: 5 iOS apps to easily manage your Twitter account.

Hmmm. I’ve just been using the plain Twitter app so far, though I use Tweetbot on the iMac. Perhaps I should ‘upgrade’ my iPhone to one o’ these.  Any prefs, peeps?

08/26/14 • 11:28 AM • Social MediaSoftware(4) Comments

BikeEXIF: Indian Scout by Analog Motorcycles.

Sweet. Read the text to see how custom is actually is (styrofoam bucks from which the aluminum artistes crafted tank and tail, for instance).

08/26/14 • 11:26 AM • DesignHistoryVehicles • No Comments

Dazed: Grimes turns down her Ice Bucket Challenge nomination.

Last Friday, Pamela Anderson declined her Ice Bucket Challenge nomination on the grounds that the ALS Association has a poor record of testing on animals. Over the weekend, Grimes has followed suit and turned down Canadian DJ Richie Hawtin’s nom, announcing that she’d be happy to give the money to a charity – just not the ALS organisation that kickstarted the charity challenge.

08/26/14 • 11:23 AM • GeneralHealthHuman RightsScience • No Comments

Dazed: No ice? Gaza is doing the Rubble Bucket Challenge.

If you haven’t got ice ...

08/26/14 • 11:22 AM • Human RightsPolitics • No Comments

Youtube: F1 2014 Belgian GP - Huge Crash For Konsantin Tereschenko.

I’ll tumble 4 ya ...

08/26/14 • 11:19 AM • Motion GraphicsSportsVehicles • No Comments

Paris Review: What Makes a Classic Endure?

Manzoni famously announced that The Betrothed would reach only “twenty-five readers,” yet his book became a national treasure. Its inability to attract a non-Italian audience isn’t the result of its artistic shortcomings, but of the nature of its questions and themes, which simply don’t appeal to a contemporary audience.” Cross-culture is why our movies are getting dumbed-down into action flicks, with no emotional nuance.

08/26/14 • 11:18 AM • ArtsBooksHistory • No Comments

alexcornellblog: Why It’s Impossible to Make Plans Anymore.

Cellphones. So this writer maintains. I’d critique, but I have to call someone ...

08/26/14 • 11:15 AM • GeneralHome & Living • No Comments
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