Here’s a follow-on to my previous post about top-rated cameras. And a feel-good message. Dewitt Jones was a photographer for National Geographic for 20 years, for which he produced many memorable images. In the following video he demonstrates how he sees the world as a photographer. And he talks about how seeing the world — […]
Photographic creativity is exploding. There’s never been a better time to be a photographer. With ever-improving cameras and advanced digital processing, the sky’s the limit when it comes to expressing your vision. Below, 24 top-rated cameras in a complete range of prices and capabilities are reviewed. Get one. Use it and expand! Photography has never […]
Arguably the most important movie sequel ever made, The Empire Strikes Back forever changed the way Hollywood does business and cemented the place of Star Wars in pop culture. As a result, it even helped spawn a religion. Not many films can claim that. Today, on the 30th anniversary of its release, we can take a […]
Have a family member or friend who’s graduating from school? Wondering what would be a suitable gift? Help him figure out where he is and where he’s going with a top-rated GPS unit. Yes, of course it’s a cool gift. No, you don’t have to thank me. Just knowing that fewer grads will remain among the “lost” […]
Sure, Your Mom Would Appreciate Flowers for Mother’s Day — But What About Something Sorta Different?
Don’t get me wrong — flowers are good and you know she’d love them. But why not go beyond the usual Mother’s Day gift ideas and give your mom something different and more memorable? Here are some suggestions, and where to get them… Okay, if you’re really committed to flowers, let’s cover that first. You can still […]
This continues the topic from my previous post — the merits of concert DVDs. Here is another excellent one to consider: Pat Metheny Group’s Imaginary Day Live. Some would say that the Pat Metheny Group doesn’t abide really comfortably under the typical fusion label and I would tend to agree, in the sense that it is not music along […]
Lost amidst the welter of debate, discussion, and hand-wringing about the demise of the CD, the challenges of DRM, the rise of iTunes and mp3 sales, and whether albums will even be relevant in the future, is any attention paid to what is a valuable type of music media: the concert DVD. DVDs of live performances are often an afterthought […]