MMBM: Jameis Winston could learn a lot from Ben Roethlisberger
We're required to remind you that these strong takes are SATIRE. Sorry, not sorry. All spelling errors are intentional, we think. -Ed. Just a word of warning: your probably not prepared to handle the strong football takes and barrelfire NFL truths that ...
March 16, 2015
Shooting from the hip
To focus on the lines in the building's glass bubble exterior, I used the simple, one-click neon filter in Picassa. It had the added . “The subject's too close to the wall,” said Forcier, critiquing a headshot I'd taken of Ed Rayher, winner of the ...
May 10, 2013
Gear: March 2014
Unlike drum machines from the early Macintosh years, users can connect the TR-8 to a computer via USB to send and receive both audio and MIDI data, including MIDI clock information for syncing with external devices and other AIRA units. We think even ...
March 2, 2014
In Midtown, the Return of a Barfly's Paradise
But Mr. Kelly refused to give away the 12-foot neon sign that spelled out the bar's name, a reminder of its original location at the Holland Hotel a few blocks away. That never left its place on the wall behind the bar, even after the bar had been ...
January 26, 2009
Pearl Jam live!
As the clock on the center field score board slowly crept past 2 a.m., the band delivered a raucous version of Neil Young's “Rockin' In The Free World.” With the house lights up, a quick scan of the surroundings revealed a remarkable sight. Even after ...
July 23, 2013
Rasta royalties: Bob Marley's heirs wage global war on trademark pirates
Heirs of the Jamaican reggae legend are plunging into the global trademark wars, seeking to enforce their exclusive rights to an image that has grown steadily in scope and appeal since the Jamaican superstar died of brain cancer in 1981 at age 36....
November 1, 2009
Gear: October 2010
Retail price on the Imagine model is “collector-priced” at $10,748 while the Museum model clocks in at $15,048. “To say how proud I am of these new John Lennon Anniversary guitars is a huge understatement,” said Henry Juszkiewicz, Chairman and CEO of ...
October 2, 2010
Just a word of warning: your probably not prepared to handle the strong football takes and barrelfire NFL truths that you never knew your Mondays were missing. Ben Roesthlisberger is finally going to be a rich man and it couldn't of happened to a nicer guy. And when the Steelers selected him, its no coincidence that Big Ben clocked in right on time and got to work. Jameis Winston on the other hand, needs to make up his mind and decide which sport he wants to go pro in- football, baseball, or hookey. According to Sports Illustrateds Peter King, Jameis Winston is apparently not going to attend the NFL draft in Chicago despite the fact that the Bucs are going to take him first overall. I REPEAT- HE IS SKIPPING HIS FIRST DAY OF WORK. Name me one job that would keep you if you just decided not to show up the day your supposed to begin. If Im the Bucs Id draft him and then fire him immediateley but then hed have to clear waivers and Im first in the Waiver wire anyways so Id pick him back up. But the importent thing is he would learn a lesson about punctuality. When it comes to Jameis and Big Ben The two are remarkable similar Quarterbacks on and off the field.
One of many fun effects available in free photo editing software, "droste" can wrap your image around several spiraling geometric shapes with a few quick clicks. To come up with this image, I used three layers - one containing just the bike, the other two the background. One I left as it was, the other I used a radial motion blur on. Afterward, I blended them into one, by adjusting the opacity on each layer, to let a little background definition show through. I used an on-camera "color focus" feature to highlight the reds in the scene, converting all other hues to grayscale. So, I loaded it up in Picasa, which lets you select an area of the photo to stay colored, and grayscales the rest. After a couple clicks, only the bright reds on the subject and her cigarette remained. I used an on-camera "color focus" feature to highlight the reds in the scene, converting all other hues to grayscale. So, I loaded it up in Picasa, which lets you select an area of the photo to stay colored, and grayscales the rest. After a couple clicks, only the bright reds on the subject and her cigarette remained.
From the Outer: A trip to Geelong
It’s my business to listen to Koori elders tell the story of their Creator Ancestor Bundjil, the Eagle ... with the clock and the flow. After one boutique Asahi, Flynn recommends the Minimum Chips. There’s a leaping neon Ablett on the wall below ...
August 10, 2015
Budweiser A and Eagle Neon Wall Clock
Features include: High polished chrome finish molded resin housing Full color Budweiser A and Eagle logo Orange neon ring on outer edge Battery operated quartz clock mechanism (battery included) 110 Volt Power supply for power to the Neon Lights included14 ...
December 10, 2013
Budweiser Double Ring Neon Wall Clock
Features include: High polished chrome finish molded resin housing Full color Budweiser logo Red neon ring on outer edge Battery operated quartz clock mechanism (battery included) 110 Volt Power supply for power to the Neon Lights included 14 inches in ...
December 10, 2013