I think my son spends too much time in passively consuming online content. YouTube videos take up the giant share of his online habits. A rough estimate would put the number of videos he watches at between 40-80 a week. I think this is far below the average number of videos watched by his peers, considering…
With convenience, ease-of-mobility, functionality and the expected rise in number of choices, these are probably going to be the device of choice for the average person to consume information and media. Well, until Google TV or something else comes along to show us different.
These developments when coupled with the popularity of mobile touch screen phones, could point to the fact that some of the ubiquitous website/blog design and layout elements are due for an overhaul. It will be necessary to accommodate developing trends in user interaction, especially if these touch screen devices become even more popular.
Being a Steve Jobs fan I take him seriously. If he blinks an eyelid I usually want to know why. Which is why I decided to delve deeper.
We all know that apple places a premium on design. My online search for ‘Ninja Star’ images on google revealed that these items confirm to pretty slick design aesthetics.
Since I’ve been told that sunrise and sunsets are amongst the best times (due to the ideal lighting conditions) to flex ones photography muscles, I decided to give it a try one morning.
You read right. Web 22.0. Not web, 3.0 or web 9.0 or even web 21.0 (all passé…google them) but Web 22.0. You heard it here first.
As she stepped out of the bathroom the place reeked of cigarette smoke again. It almost made her physically sick. She had to talk to the super about this. Tomorrow. Time to sleep now.
She was surprised that she found herself fearfully staring into the darkness before her for so long. She thought she would be asleep as soon as she hit the bed.
A good movie that could have been great. Inception.
Our family enjoys nature walks and summers a great time to indulge. Turns out that having a hobby like photography helps you relish these moments even more because one tends to look at most mundane things as a photo-op. This is a fence demarcating a private property from the sprawling wilderness of the nature park…
This is from a test image I worked on for a recent photo shoot. Click on the image to see larger version of the same image on my flickr photostream The Model- Felicia Steinfeld
Been really busy the past few weeks on this project. It feels great to have clawed to the light at the end of the tunnel. Love, dream, do…rinse, repeat. For the rest of the sequence please visit www.montrealfashionbizvie.com