The Impossible Project
We aim to re-start production of analog INTEGRAL FILM for vintage Polaroid cameras in 2010!! uhuuu to feliz! :)
A group of men, setting out to revive a Polaroid factory. I once visited the factory in Enschede as a courier and must say it felt a little sacred.
A team of Dutch engineers is trying to re-invent the good ol' white-framed Polaroid snaps.
"We aim to re-start production of analog INTEGRAL FILM for vintage Polaroid cameras in 2010. We have acquired Polaroid's old equipment, factory and seek your support."
"Dont undertake a project unless it is manifestly important and nearly impossible"Metamosphere™
Did the Diesel Meat puppet campaign and make other strangeness
video design agency inspiration advertising
Estudio de creativos que realizan vídeo, fotografía, performance, etc... Curiosa intro de cuerpos desnudos flotando en el vacío.
This intro is incredible. Naked folks floating through air, and I'm not normally into that.
Interesting nav and full screen videolight-test.com
值得学习的图片博客。。。Create Digital Music » Linux Music Workflow: Switching from Mac OS X to Ubuntu with Kim Cascone
the combination of ALSA [a high-performance, kernel-level audio and MIDI system] and JACK [a system for creating low-latency audio, MIDI, and sync connections between applications and computers]. The battle-scarred among us have learned to ignore all the other audio cruft bolted on to Ubuntu and just use ALSA and JACK.Video WTF - Questions and answers about video production, video cameras, editing, publishing, et cetera.
A collaboratively moderated place to ask and answer questions about video cameras, editing, production, publishing, promotion, etc.
"A collaboratively moderated place to ask and answer questions about video cameras, editing, production, publishing, promotion, etc. "Manoj: on the Open Source world: Tips for Using Tomcat in Production
Manoj Maniraj on the opensource world猿人｜en-jin
An open source approach for establishing standards and practices in digital production.
An open source approach to applying standards to productionHigh-Performance DNS for The Cloud - igvita.com
DNS is a great example of a service that couldn't possibly work on paper, but performs spectacularly in practice, even with a hodge-podge of implementations all over the Internet.
DNS is a great example of a service that couldn't possibly work on paper, but performs spectacularly in practice, even with a hodge-podge of implementations all over the Internet. First, the authoritative DNS servers responds with a Time To Live (TTL) timestamp for every record (which you should keep fairly low in a virtual deployment environment), then the upstream DNS servers cache that same data, albeit usually with different policies (determined by the ISP). And finally, your router, OS, and the browser all have their own and independent DNS caches. (Firefox 2/3 caches all DNS records for a 1 minute, IE 5/6/7 for 15 minutes). Talk about a mess!
Good tips on using DNS in the cloud, and in particular using a staging environment that is switched over (via DNS) to a production environment.