Columnist, New Jersey Star-Ledger
Writer. Into running, books, photography (esp. iPhone photography), WordPress, nature. Lots of things...
whatiseenow.com — Lisa Bettany: How does the iPhone 5 camera compare to previous iPhone cameras? http://campl.us/posts/6iPhoneCameras Great visual comparison.
whatiseenow.com — iPhone camera rigged as microscope to diagnose illness Wow, this is incredible. As described in a story at The New York Times, an iPhone was rigged as a microscope to identify intestinal worms in kids. A journal article goes into detail on this.
macworld.com — The last major version of iPhoto-iPhoto '11-came out in October 2010. Since then, I find myself spending less time working with family photos and more time muttering family-unfriendly words. But iPhoto isn't a lost cause. Looking at iPhoto for iOS, I suspect Apple is working on a major overhaul of the Mac application, which would explain the development lag.
whatiseenow.com — "I want the canonical copy of my iPhoto library in the cloud. One iPhoto library in the cloud, many devices with access to it. I want to edit, organise and delete photos on any device and see the same changes on all other devices." Great post from Peter Nixey detailing what he wants in iCloud/iPhoto.
whatiseenow.com — "I continue to be amazed with the camera. It totally changes photography and video. Why? I can capture moments. I counted how many seconds it takes to get my smartphone out of my pocket, open it up, find the camera app, wait for it to load, and then take a photo.
nytimes.com — In this age of information, math errors can lead to disaster. NASA's Mars Orbiter crashed because engineers forgot to convert to metric measurements; JPMorgan Chase's "London Whale" venture went bad in part because modelers divided by a sum instead of an average. So, did an Excel coding error destroy the economies of the Western world?
lomography.com — Tutorial: How to Print with a Photographic Enlarger Do you want to print your films in a completely analog way? This is the perfect tipster for you! In my opinion the real photographic process does not end with the development of the film.
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