Super Moon 2013 Starts Tomorrow. Geeks love this stuff. http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2013/06/130622-supermoon-solstice-biggest-science-space-2013-june/ http://www.dhakatribune.com/sci-amp-tech/2013/jun/22/supermoon-2013-june-23 Related articles Super Moon! (thedivinenatureproject.com) “Super” Full Moon This Weekend (June 22-23, 2013) (wtvy.com) Super Full Moon Shines Brightly This Weekend (losangeles.cbslocal.com) Super Moon Over Miami This Weekend (miami.cbslocal.com) Annual ‘Super moon’ set to put on a show this weekend (komonews.com) Continue reading Super Moon 2013 Starts Tomorrow. Geeks love this stuff.
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When Lytro released its namesake digital camera last spring, it wasn’t immediately clear what sort of person would want to buy it. On one hand, it was a genuine technological breakthrough: As the first consumer light-field camera, it captured the direction of light in a scene as well as color and intensity, letting you snap photos which could be refocused after… Continue reading Lytro’s Light-Field Camera Gets Manual Settings
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Friday, May 31, 2013, 08:04 pm Chicago Sun-Times axes all staff photographers, offers reporters ‘iPhoneography training’ By AppleInsider Staff The Chicago Sun-Times, one of the oldest daily newspapers in America, fired its entire pool of 28 photographers on Friday, and plans to source future graphics from reporters who will be trained to capture print-worthy images with their iPhones. First reported by former Sun-Times columnist Robert … Continue reading Chicago SunTimes Fires Photogs, Trains Reporters on iPhones Instead