Monthly Archive:: July 2011

Picture of the Moment from the Iceman Baldy Photoblog (by Eye-Fi)

via facebook.com Penny Pinching.

Picture of the Moment from the Iceman Baldy Photoblog (by Eye-Fi)

via facebook.com Do we control the remotes or do they control us?

Picture of the Moment from the Iceman Baldy Photoblog (by Eye-Fi)

via facebook.com The bridge between past and present. From the historic Cret building to the new Tower at the Indianapolis Central Library.

Dream. Document. Do.

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(Black) Women in Tech You Need to Follow On Twitter – Black Enterprise

via blackenterprise.com These are just 20 of some of the most influential, tech-savvy, got-it-goin’ on Women of the Web that provide an example for all of us on how to Do The Internet.

Dear Photograph: Sharing the Past with the Present

via dearphotograph.com Here’s a quick and easy way to share old photographs using new technology. Hold an old picture up in the same environment and at the same angle the picture was taken and take a new picture of it with your mobile phone camera. Share the newly composed picture online via a site

Picture of the Moment from the Iceman Baldy Photoblog (by Eye-Fi)

via facebook.com When Palm Pilots ruled the Earth.

Ars Technica’s OS X Lion review made $15,000 in 24 hours on the Kindle – TNW Media

via thenextweb.com This is a prime example of how people are willing to pay for convenience. Ars Technica has posted a 19-page review of Apple’s OS X Lion which is still available fro free at their website in an on-screen html format. You can read it there or download an eBook version for $5.

Picture of the Moment from the Iceman Baldy Photoblog (by Eye-Fi)

via facebook.com Old is new and timeless once again with the Echo smartpen and an accompanying notebook.

Instagram Photographers Cash In on Keepsy | Mashable

via mashable.com This really is a way to make money with your mobile phone via mobile photography. It seems that iPhone users who are taking pictures and applying filters using the Instagram app can now sell those photos on Keepsy via a revenue-sharing program.