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Image quality, weight and value for money. We have come to accept that most lenses are strong in only one or two of these three factors, that I personally focus on when researching lenses to buy. Sometimes though, we stumble upon a great lens design which is strong in all three. One of the prime examples of such a design is the "nifty fifty"—the 50mm F1.8 lens construction that many lens manufact
The iPhone has become the digital camera of choice for hundreds of millions of people around the world these days, but if you’ve used your iPhone for more than a year or two, you may have noticed a slowdown in performance. Apple has just admitted that it intentionally slows down aging iPhones, but there’s a non-sinister reason for that.A couple of weeks ago, iPhone users began talking
It seems like a big deal for the studio, and a significant bellwether for mobile game devs, so Gamasutra quickly talks with Simogo cofounder Simon Flesser to find out more about the decision. ...
Longtime BioWare team member James Ohlen explores the development of Knights of the Old Republic and explains how its influence can still be felt in later BioWare games. ...
Maybe you don’t say it out loud. It sounds like bragging, and bragging is obnoxious. But you know you’re good. When you see a sentence that isn’t right, you know what needs to change. You twitch a little when you see a clumsy turn of phase, or a sentence that doesn’t mean what the writer Read More...The post Why the Best Writers (Sometimes) Aren’t Paid What They̵
You know that familiar “awkward moment” is speeding toward you as the holiday functions and parties suddenly multiply across your calendar like chicken pox. You’re standing there, about to take a sip of your drink, when like clockwork it comes: “So … what do you do?” “I’m a … I work on the internet. Have Read More...The post Why Starting a Pod
Filters are the bread and butter of landscape photographers. Here’s a 12-minute video from Nature TTL that will teach you what filters every landscape photographer should have in their bag, as well as why to use them in the first place.The video is presented by official Nikon Ambassador Ross Hoddinott, who’s an incredibly experienced landscape photographer. While out shooting on the c
Are human beings the only animals that will help other members of their species out, even if they don't know them? Not according to Jingzhi Tan, a postdoctoral associate in evolutionary anthropology at Duke University. Working with associate professor Brian Hare, he has observed wild bonobos being nice to bonobos that they don't know...Continue Reading Bonobos are kind to strangers, but why?C
When I built a straw-bale house not too long ago, people laughingly recalled the tale of the three pigs at every opportunity. But now we straw dwellers know better, and given that there are no wolves at our doors, there are many good reasons to build with straw...Continue Reading Why live in a house of straw?Category: ArchitectureTags: Architects Designers Straw-bale
Next time you're untangling your earbuds in frustration, here's an idea to help put it in perspective: knots may have played a crucial part in kickstarting our universe, and without them we wouldn't live in three dimensions. That's the strange story pitched by a team of physicists in a new paper, and the idea actually helps plug a few plot holes in the origin story of the universe...Continue


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