Just the other day, someone managed to capture the nature’s food chain in action and today, we read that another photographer has captured evidence of a battle raging between predators in the wild. Captured by wildlife photographer Kevin Ebi when photographing the non-native foxes in San Juan Island National Historical Park on San Juan Island in Washington state, this series of images show a bald eagle snatching a rabbit right off the mouth of a red fox. Continue reading Wildlife Photographer Captured An Eagle Tussle With A Fox Over A Rabbit
I used to think that astronauts are the best of the best. The elite among the elites. As such, my impression of astronauts is, they are master of many trades, including dealing with mundane things like, you know, GoPro camera. Apparently that does not seem to be the case. A NASA astronaut recently became the perfect specimen that proves otherwise. Continue reading Uh, Houston. We Have A Problem. I Left My GoPro’s SD Card At Home!
8-bit graphics is a far cry from today’s HD and UHD resolution, but it has its allure. For a Shanghai-base “slightly bearded Aussie,” this allure turns into curiosity; curiosity of how a Formula 1 race would look like if they are in 8-bit. To answer this question, Tim Binnion, AKA the slightly bearded Australian, armed himself with a Nintendo Game Boy outfitted with a 0.016 megapixel cartridge-based peripheral from 1998, a $10 smartphone zoom lens and a 3D printed lens mount, and proceed to capture some rather awesome images at the Chinese GP last month. Continue reading What Happens When You Photograph F1 With A Game Boy Camera
I am not a huge fan of the real football, AKA soccer, and hence, I do not know when the biggest event held quadrennially, FIFA World Cup, started having luxury case to hold and transport the prestigious World Cup trophy. Perhaps, it was 2010, when Louis Vuitton started providing a unique, custom case to store the World Cup presented to the winning team at the end of the event? Really, I do not know. All I know is, what you see here is the third time running the Parisian fashion house has custom a case for the revered trophy. Continue reading FIFA Unveiled Luxurious Louis Vuitton FIFA World Cup Trophy Case
Is your business doing enough to market itself digitally? As more and more of the world we live in moves online and people spend increasing amounts of time either glued to their smartphone or tablet or connected to the Internet, so business is going to be increasingly driven by the sales that can be made online. Continue reading Four Ways To Digitally Market Your Business(es)
Now, this is something that I won’t be able to get out of my head for a long, long time. If you have not heard, recently there was a meme of sort going on relating to the Marvel Avengers: Infinity War. Don’t worry. There’s no spoiler here. What you about to hear is already in the trailer. In one of the trailers, you can hear Black Panther, AKA T’Challa, leading Wakanda into the battle with Thanos cronies. During which he led the troops in chanting “Yibambe,” a war cry in one of the 11 official languages of South Africa, prior to an epic clash between humanity and aliens. Continue reading Unofficial Nippon Paint Parody Of Infinity War Is Absolutely Hilarious!
Computer hacking is more prevalent now than ever before. If you’ve ever been the victim of a hack, you’ll know how painful the experience can be. You feel violated, digitally naked against an unknown force that’s trying to take over your cyber life. Continue reading Easily Unlock your Hacked Windows 10 PC with This Powerful Software
Unless you are a blogger, journalist or an educator, chances are you never knew how bad some stock photos can be. To be fair some of stock photos that does not involved humans are pretty awesome. Personally, I have no issues with stock photos, whether the subjects are humans or not, but I can’t the say the same for University of California’s biochemistry and biophysics professor Nicole Paulk. Apparently, Paulk has an issue with stock photos and it all began when she was sourcing for stock images that “aren’t too stuffy and more realistic.” Continue reading According To Stock Photos, Scientists Are All About Staring
OK. This one isn’t new. In fact, it was posted by Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers in March, but it is still fun if you haven’t had a go at it. In a post in on March 20, the Australia snake catching company challenged its follower to spot the snake in the photo you see above. It even offer “bonus points” to those who can name the species. I did try. Man, my eyes hurt because, all I see is a pile of mix bag of twigs, dead leaves and branches. OK. Maybe mostly leaves. Continue reading There Is A Snake In This Photo. Can You Spot It?
Well, I bet you didn’t see this coming. Facebook is finally leveraging on Facebook Messenger to let businesses to reach out to consumers. Messenger has not been pulling in revenue for Facebook, which does make sense for a business entity (but make sense for consumers). But not anymore. At the social media company’s F8 Developer Conference, Facebook has made known that it will leverage on Augmented Reality in Messenger Continue reading Augmented Reality In Facebook Messenger Is A New Age Of Advertising