Artist David Kassan explains his amazing technique with this great app: "A quick Apple ipad live fingerpainting demo that I streamed live from my Brooklyn studio on Monday June 21st. 2010, The model sat for 3 hours as I painted and answered questions on how I use the iPad and the Brushes app. Just thinking of creative uses for the ipad."
Thursday, September 9, 2010
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Thursday, February 18, 2010
Bob Davidse, better known as 'Uncle Bob' passed away on Tuesday in Antwerp. If anyone could call himself a pioneer in the field of children television, it was him. Several generations grew up with this cheerful friend and like many others I learned how to play guitar with his booklet. Almost 90 he died peacefully while his son sang one of his songs...more of him on www.cobra.be/cm/cobra.
Monday, February 15, 2010
The desperate, the (seemingly) determined, the (seemingly) doubtful, the know-it-all & the one-pushed-in-a-corner...Who's is who and more important what's really behind their agenda's ?
Photo is NOT mine, © Athens News Monday, Feb 15th 2010.
Thursday, February 4, 2010
Found another fun flickr app that gives some surprising results. Just tap in a paragraph of text, a poem, some lyrics or even just a few random words and FlickrPoet will find matching photos on Flickr based on a search of tags, titles and descriptions of the photos.
This plugin makes it possible to import *all* your photos from Flickr.
What will be imported ?
What will be imported ?
- The original photo
- Title, description
- Dates (taken, uploaded)
- Share, permissions (to comment, to tag), license
- Latitude, longitude
- The first 50 tags
- Install Greasemonkey and the plugin
- Go to your Flickr photos page and have a look at the bottom of page
- Click on "Import to ipernity" button at the bottom of page. This will import the first 180 photos.
- Redo this operation as many times as needed.
- This will NOT change or delete anything of your Flickr account
Monday, February 1, 2010
Thursday, January 28, 2010
seems a great gadget. To hang on your kitchen wall or to show off on your coffee-table. Don't get me wrong I am a (former) MacFan, but what has put me off lately is their Euro(pean) strategy. While the cheapest iPad will go in the States for 499 $, you can bet they will ship them to Europe for 499 €, and not for 355 €, which is the real equivalent. The latter being an agreeable price, but for 499 € you can buy already a fully equipped laptop. In fact we Europeans here are buying the same product at a third more the price it's actually worth. I find that a real ripoff and I don't see why Apple's Macintosh management and especially Steve Jobs doesn't see that. That is the main reason why I - and with me many Europeans - will most probably never buy it. Also because a big iPhone-clone tablet was expected, this special event was somewhat turn-off for me...