The results of this year’s World Press Photo contest have just been announced, and as always there is no shortage of photos bursting with violence. There are some, albeit not that many, examples of beautiful and thought provoking photos too.
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Not much after Newsweek ended its print edition Financial Times annoucned they will concentrate their resources to digital editions and give them a higher priority than their print edition. If someone really feels the business reasons behind decisions then it shall be an economic newspaper.
I think it is a one of it’s kind short movie about a one of it’s kind language/cultural problem and the relationship of languages and people speaking (or not speaking) them.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs who died last night was a well known speaker. Most people became familiar with him through his product keynotes, but there are some fine and inspiring thoughts coming from him about work, life and success. It is worth watching his video message from the past!
Probably there are some who are bored to hear this again and again, but this advice can spare people terrible headaches! There has been another theft, that could have been avoided. Photographers share the list of stolen goods in hope of someone finding it one day. Hope is good, but prevention is much more helpful than crying after something avoidable bad happened.
I hope you don’t leave valuable gear in the car!
It is a lesser known part of the Easter folk tradition. Some even argue it does exist, but this part of the tradition does exist.
Funny approaches how photographer community handles the question: How many photographers it takes to replace a light bulb?
I borrowed this expression from a (video)blogger colleague Uncle Joe to wsih you all a happy new year rich in good news and success: Happy News Year!
It has a long lasting traditon to publish different collections from the news photos documenting events of the year as the new year approaches. This is no different this year.
The first iPod was introduced by Apple exactly 9 years ago (was it in 2010 when the post was originally written). Since then it reformed many times the world of portable music players. What practically started with the announcement of the Sony Walkman 30 year ago. Strange coincidence to announce the end of Walkman on the ninth birthday of the iPod. By the way, did anyone think they still make Walkmans?