Archive for November, 2009

The Diana Lens

Diana 38mm

Lomography’s cult classic Diana lens now fits your Canon or Nikon DSLR.

Get yours at http://shop.lomography.com

Mordor

View On Black

It has been 4 years since I last went around Punggol where I am staying for photography. It was sunrise then so I decided I would do a dusk shoot.

Follow the below link for more photos:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/chin/sets/72157622741894507/detail/

Don’t Tweet While You Swim

Ah… the perils of tweeting while swimming.

Free Parking Not

This poster was taken at the Tampines 1 mall. I wonder if the management is offering free parking or not? I cannot even begin to fathom the conditions.

  1. Weekdays only
  2. Must spent $50
  3. The $50 spent must be in a single receipt
  4. The $50 must be in a single receipt spent between 10am to 5pm OR
  5. The free parking is only between 10am to 5pm
  6. Only limited to 80 shoppers per day
  7. Only one redemption per shopper
  8. Just in case you forgot the first rule; Monday to Friday only
  9. Don’t forget the ubiquitous ‘Terms and conditions apply’

Live Music

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nNIdFbCpec

AllFacebook

Facebook has been used to accomplish a lot of things including organizing global protests, running political campaigns, and even hunt down criminals. On Friday, the first “crowd-sourced” movie to be developed, “Live Music”, will be released. The movie, was developed by connecting artists from around the world on Facebook via the Mass Animation Facebook page.

The movie was developed by a whopping 58,000+ participants from 101 countries who provided input and 51 animators who collaborated to develop the film. While not all of the 58,000 fans of the project provided input, it illustrates how Facebook can be used to connect individuals from around the world to accomplish just about anything. For those that aren’t aware of the story line for “Live Music”, it’s a love story about a guitar and a violin.

If you are interested in learning more about the movie, check out the Mass Animation Facebook page and watch the videos below. Also, for those of you interested in participating in future Mass Animation projects, yesterday a new contest application launched which will give DC Comics fans, gamers and animators a chance to animate heroes and villains from the DC Universe Online game and to collaborate in creating a CGI tailer an in-game character animations. Learn more via the Mass Animation Facebook Page and the Mass Animation application.

Google Safe Search

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNbHGrGJu8Q

Google hopes you and your family find exactly what you’re looking for and nothing more.

I Got Wave

Thanks to Claudia and Yew Jin who invited me to Wave.