The Guardian published a beautiful gallery of landscape photographer Michael Kenna’s magical trees
From the lakes of Hokkaido to the forests of Abruzzo, the British photographer has scoured the world’s landscapes to capture their silent guardians.
Forbes tested Amazon’s new facial recognition technology:
“So cheap, simple and speedy is Rekognition that it will likely transform the way we view our privacy online and in the ‘real world
The LEGO Movie 2 trailer is great. Hopefully the movie will be, too.
WWDC: “Bla bla bla”, “bla bla bla”, “favicons in Safari tabs…”
Wait, what? Favicons? FAVICONS!! 🙃
Isn’t this great? I completely agree with Simon Kuestenmacher:
Artists who uplift the ugly corners of our cities are true urban heroes.
The Online Photographer knows better:
The best camera is the one you’ve used for work you find gratifying.
Om Malik hits it on head:
No matter where I go on the Internet, I feel like I am trapped in the “feed,” held down by algorithms that are like axes trying to make bespoke shirts out of silk.
YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, they are all about the lowest common denominator. There is no real personalized value we receive from providing our data, we are just data sources for the popularity contests.
I spent my Saturday helping out at the Kids Festival Wageningen. That included shooting photographs for the website and social media.
Like last year, it was a great day! 📷😎