You have the right to film almost anything when you are dealing with the cops. It is totally legal, it is your right. And when they act like thugs and start to prohibit law abiding citizens from doing what they are allowed to do, it is your DUTY to film them. And keep them honest.
Next step - sue them - every one of them - for as much as you can get so they get the message. Loud and fkn clear.
"Enormous Underwater Volcanoes Discovered Near Antarctica" - This will be interesting to follow.
Near the South Sandwich Islands, a British territory that straddles the Southern Ocean and the south Atlantic, scientists found more than a dozen huge underwater volcanoes, some of which tower 2 miles above the ocean floor.
"Connect Google + and Instagram in six easy steps" at Creativity_Unbound
So if you’re among the active Instagram users base who would like your photos to appear in your Google + albums, here’s a more thorough explanation on how to to automatically link your Instagram images to your new Google + account. Note that the images will not appear as a status update or “share” in your stream, but they will end up in your photos, accessible to anyone you want, depending on your permission settings.
… we should just understand that computers and digital hasn’t lowered the bar at the top, but at the bottom. Sure there are more crap photographs in the world. So what? There are also a great deal of wonderful images in the world.
I think that when it comes to pomposity and elitiststupid, the art world cannot be beat. They can call it art.
"One thing that always surprises me about career advice is how lousy most of the writing is. They say the same boring, formulaic ideas over again. They convince you that if you do this one thing, it will all work out for you. The worst thing they do is tell you to follow the rules. This is a terrible idea. I suspect too many of the people who have been unemployed for a long time are trying to play by the rules."
Great read… now read it again and substitute a photographer looking for work instead of an unemployed worker. It will make even more sense.
"Google + Kills Blogs!" - wow. Blogs are dead. Again. Yawn... Yeah, thanks... Heard it before.
A crazy fad is sweeping the blogosphere: Prominent tech bloggers, including Kevin Rose, founder of Digg, and Bill Gross, founder of startup incubator Idealab, are giving up their blogs and pointing their eponymous domain names at their Google+ streams.
One of the best posts I have read regarding the real world of photography and that other, kinda creepy world
There’s nothing very funny about an 80-year-old photographer being abused and defamed across the web for the supposed crime of protecting his own life’s work. And there’s definitely nothing funny about a bunch of paid thugs committing criminal damage to the photographer’s home.
"You’d think that someone who once penned a manifesto called “Listenomics” would take the time to, yaknow, listen. But Bob has made his hatred of online comments quite clear. So to him, I’m not a loyal listener, or a valued member, or even a published author with a long history of running newspapers, magazines, and websites. I’m just another online troll, spewing vitriol because that’s what people do online."
Dude… It’s NPR. They have little to no relevance anyway.
Sorry that the MSM has such a knee jerk reaction, so just imagine what happens when you challenge them on anything of real substance.
It’s fkn twitter, for gods sake. This Bob guy can’t handle that? And he is the guy who wrote “Listenomics”? ARE YOU KIDDING ME? LOL…
Time for Bob to hang up his microphone and go to work doing something else. Something where he won’t be criticized. What a jerk.
But a lesson is learned about the real personalities behind much of the MSM. Tight, PC little twits with nary an ounce of respect for anyone but them selves. And it is a respect un-earned.
Remember that when you hear them ponitificating: They couldn’t care a rats ass about us/you. Period.
"The familiarity of a pattern can create a map to an experience. Consider Ikea: Within every store, the journey through the maze of products is familiar: you enter with blue bag, short pencil, and measuring tape in hand, continue past kitchens, lounge, tables, chairs, couches, bedroom, and kids sections, past the restaurant to the marketplace for individual items, and finally through to the register. Along the way there are counterpoints, slight variations, shortcuts, and trapdoors to displays of new items or new thematic spaces. The modular layout means the store can "refresh" thematic spaces and move shortcuts to keep the game interesting.
Repetition can build top-of-mind recognition, but variation creates relevance. This adaptability makes patterns perfect for providing long-lasting recognition and value. The ability to embrace variation invites the employees or the audience to inform the brand.”