It’s crazy how good technology is when you can take a woman and make a completely different person. Adrien Donot proves that you shouldn’t judge yourslef on what you see because it could be all artificial. I do little touchup and editing here and there on the models I shoot but this is extreme. [VIA]
Archive for the Technology Category
Google, in some way, is a part of everyone’s lives who is on the internet. I love these guys. I am an avid user of 4 Gmail accounts, Google Voice and the newly added Google Wave. They are key in my life right now. This video shows their success story from the very beginning. And now with the new projects Google Chrome and Google Chrome OS, I’m very sure they will be around for a very long time. Job Well Done
Twitter has planted their new office in San Francisco and it looks real cool. The lounge has DJ equipment so you can get your 1s and 2s on and there are Macs and twitter birds everywhere. As America’s newly found addiction, this is a good look for them. [VIA]
Me being in photography for about 1 year now, I have been really interested in the old-school film style of taking photos. Leica is one of the camera brands that’s been around since about 1925 and I love the classic look and feel of it. This 35mm Leica and Hermes limited edition M7 collaboration is a premium product. Limited to 100 in both brown and orange, it features a calf-skin lining, with Atelier Hermes strap and packaged in a silk lined box. For a robust price of $14,265 this camera is for the photographer who are rich. On that note, I’ll stick with my DSLR and make due. [VIA]
The Google Dev Team are pretty smart and reliable with their new ideas for our benefit. I was lucky enough to get an invitation to test Google Voice and I love it. I recently a stir on Twitter about a new concept called Google Wave. I didn’t know what it was about and didn’t do much research after. This illustration video nicely explains the whole concept in a non-jargon manner which makes it more understandable. I think it’s a very good remote conference tool which will most likely catch on soon. You can see a demo HERE as well.
Everyday technology and the social media scene is getting more diverse and useful. Here is a great video about the convergence of media and technology over the years. With Twitter and Facebook being on top right now, I wonder what will be the popular thing 5 years from now. Hmmm…