I use an app called Satellite Eyes that changes your desktop background to your current location on a map. It’s been a while since I’ve seen the island of Manhattan behind all my windows. By the way, if you don’t already know, version 1.2.0 is out.
I still think the Bing logo is ugly and I’m still not a huge fan of their homepage, but turning the usual static image background into a moving picture…well, that’s just plain good looks.
The internet never ceases to surprise me. Back in March (before they were married) Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg were vacationing in Shanghai. Unbeknownst to them, a documentary film crew was out on the street filming some segments about Shanghai Police and accidentally caught them in the background of one of their shots. How anybody [...]
This is how a wedding is done in Kansas! [via]
(Click to enlarge) City Room makes note of the movie posters for The Dictator which uses a photo of the NYC skyline without 1 WTC in the background being built. The writer notes that this is somewhat like the case of when Zoolander featured images of the former WTC shot before the towers collapse but [...]
Photo: Guy Coombes For New Zealand Fashion Week, Twenty Seven Names presented their Winter 2012 collection with a series of portraits of model and agency owner Ngahuia Williams shot by photographer Guy Coombes. Reminds me of that one scene in Garden State when Zach Braff’s character tries on the shirt made by the family friend. [...]