CLEAN MY MAC 2 ROCKS
Take good care of your Mac - and your Mac will take good care of you.
Using your Mac on a daily basis, will eventually build up some clutter
on your mac, and will slow it down.
However you can get around that, with a little bit of investment, in buying
a small software program called Clean My Mac. It's a little gem that'll do
great things for you and your Mac. It will automatically scan your Mac,
and show you the result. It's got a beautiful GUI, and it's ridiculously easy
Using it regularly it will keep your Mac fast, and ready to rock'n roll.
Clean My Mac 2 - visit http://macpaw.com/cleanmymac
TRIBUTES on ABOUT.ME
Thanks to all you great people from around the world who have visited,
and paid tribute. I want to let you all know that it is very much appreciated.
I get a lot of visitors every day, and saying thanks to all takes a great deal
of time. I hope that I have not forgotten any of you who have said hello and
paid me a tribute.
Again thanks to all - and keep up your good work.
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15224 VIEWS THIS WEEK
That's a lot of hits on the about.me/piotrzuylansky site. What's going on.
Well from there you can visit the VSCO Piotrzuylansky Galerie and the
Studio21st. Both are showing the latest contemporary photography, and
on the about.me site you can mail me directly, and I'll get back to you
as soon as possible.
Here on the You Know What Blog you can comment on all photography,
and of course all the short notes written here.
What do you say...
There's nothing like catching the little things - the unobserved that we normally
pass by in our daily lives. Mundane things that scream out to you - look at me.
And with the right lightning, colours, texture and form suddenly makes the less
obvious into something beautiful.
Take a look at the updated Gallery - Everyday Impressions at VSCO.
Autumn's days with her long shadows and gentle light...
Abstract | shot and post processed with iPhone4
Showcased in The world of mobile photography by Artist Geri Centonze |
An iPhoneography Magazine with great photography, news - tips and tricks.
All good things.....
The Guys at VSCO have Honored me to-day.
I'm glad to receive this Accolade. Thank you!
It's my picture - no it's not!
When it comes to photography these days, cropping your pictures makes
good sense. You make your piece of art, and put it on your website. Hurrah.
Then one fine day, you see your piece of art somewhere else it shouldn't be
seen. On another website, on a postcard or in a brochure - you name it. And
on top of that someone else claims that they hold the rights to your picture.
Then what. How can you prove that your the righteous copyright holder. Well
if you tend to battle it out in a court of law, not only to prove that you own
the rights, but also to justify a large amount of money getting in to your pocket
- you need proof.
Thank heaven for cropping. You crop your pictures - all of them, right?! Good.
Now I'd say that the one person claiming to hold the right to your picture/pictures
have a problem here. If you produce the missing part, namely the part of the
picture of the non cropped "original" and now ask the other person to do the
same, now he's going to have some kind of real trouble here. So crop, crop, crop.
Did I forget to tell you to take a snapshot of the website showing your picture -
or to buy a couple of the postcards with your picture on them. Well there.
You know the drill.
It's your picture.
I'm very excited about the new iPhone.
Hope it'll be a quad core monster, with the ability to connect to a big
Mac screen, and that I'll be able to control it with a non cabled mouse,
I expect it to be expandable with a microcard of your choice, so
that you can determine whether you want to fx. download your pictures
onto your iPhone, or your expandable memory.
I want it to be watertight, and with a good grip. It should come as standard
with 64 GB of internal ram. It should carry a Carl Zeiss lens of the finest
caliber. It should have a non-breakable screen - scratch free. It should
hold a battery that could last for at least 24 hours.
It should be able to float, so you could accidentally drop it into water.
You should be able to fix it to your wrist by means of a steel wire.
So Apple - are you listening!
"Every day is a learning experience"