Monthly Archives: August 2010

This is a HDR photoshop tutorial that I did in the wee hours of the morn. Much fun, much love for this effect! HDR photography as wikipedia states is  a set of techniques that allow a greater dynamic range of luminances between the lightest … Continue reading

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The Information Bill

Johannesburg — THE Protection of Information Bill was unnecessary, unconstitutional and undesirable, the General Council of the Bar submitted to Parliament yesterday — adding its voice to the widely held view that the bill would not pass constitutional muster. Parliament’s … Continue reading

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Skittles

To look at the history of Skittles candy, it’s not a bad idea to take a brief glance at the history of the Mars candy company.  Frank C. Mars and his wife Ethel started the Mars company back in 1911.  … Continue reading

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Appreciation Station {Photographer: Ditte Isager} (via Staceyburr’s Blog)

This Danish photographer has some great work and his style is described as "simple Nordic with inspiration coming from the light in Dutch masters, storytelling and effects from motion pictures and the style, character and layers of New York." The … Continue reading

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Jazz Up Your Posts With Zemanta (via WordPress.com News)

Finally somebody heard my cry! Ever wish you had a blogging assistant who helped you write posts that are full of great links, photos, and tags? Wish no more: We've partnered with the folks at Zemanta to give you a … Continue reading

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Xmen Photoshop Tutorial

This is a tutorial I did in the wee hours of the morn, Love wolverine, and I expanded on the tutorial to make it my own. Enjoy! LINK [http://www.tutcity.com/tutorial/x-men-movie-poster.19174.html]

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American Splendor

The Last Days Of Harvey Pekar
“Shortly after Harvey Pekar died last week, at 70, YouTube videos of his infamous quarrels with David Letterman got a dizzying number of views. Pekar was already a cult hero for his underground “American Splendor” comic-book series that began appearing in the mid-‘70s, but it was the Letterman appearances a decade later that catapulted him into fame.” Continue reading

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