Eric Meyer's reset.css file
Tilt-shift photography is a technique that requires a special lens to change both the perspective and focal field of an image. A similar effect can be created in PhotoShop and other high-end image editing programs, but it's a lengthy effort that casual photographers will probably find daunting. Web-based photo editor Tiltshiftmaker has automated most of this process, letting you achieve a similar effect right in your browser.
The longest election season in memory is now over, and we wanted to help you unwind and express yourself as we head into the new era.
Make your own "Obamicon" — your image in a style inspired by Shepard Fairey's iconic poster. Regardless of your candidate of choice in the 2008 election, here's your chance to sound-off.
Take your picture with a webcam or upload a photo, choose your own message, and submit to the gallery.
The city is a fantastic source of beauty and inspiration, with all the glitz and glamour glistening beneath the city lights. But there is another side of the city altogether, one rife with its own kind of allure. Across the tracks, away from the dazzle of downtown, lies a darker imagination, this one looking to grunge-ridden, dilapidated architecture for inspiration. There is a beauty that pervades this kind of urban decay and captured wonderfully through a photographer’s well-trained eye. These industrial city scenes are wonderfully dark and offer a glimpse of the weathered face beneath the city facade.
Photos of NYC from the 1890's on to the 1970's.
Last night on The Late Show with David Letterman, they presented the ending montage of Great Moments in Presidential Speeches, here it is.
And here is the least reported moment in Bush’s tenure, one that has never been fully reported on for some reason.
Funny, I don’t find hundreds of thousands of dead Americans/Iraqi’s something to joke about…
Quick! The boss is coming! Hide your screen! What, you don't have Spaces set up so you can switch to that handy Excel worksheet you've got open? That's okay — just put your display to sleep.
Ctrl + Shift + Eject puts your monitor to sleep
Option + Command + Eject puts your machine to sleep
Logos are everywhere. Because of this, only a few can rise among the noise — and often it's the more unique logos that are most memorable. Sometimes to be unique, you've also got to be weird. In this post, we showcase twenty lovably strange logos that work.