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Tag Archives: photo

Someone Once Told Me

Here I am, looking a little grumpy, as part of Mario Cacciottolo’s really rather lovely ‘Someone Once Told Me‘ project.

The miner and the copper

Great piece of writing, about t one of the abiding images of the 1984 miners strike – "Guardian photographer Don McPhee's picture of a picketing miner facing up to an officer. But what happened to the two protagonists?". There's also a bit about it on Inside Out, BBC1, 7.30pm 24/2 in Yorkshire, if it appears […]

The past, but wriggley

Those with photosensitive epilepsy might not want to see what joshua heineman is doing to old timey American photos, but the wiggly 3D effect is one for everyone else. Go see (via).

lego history

A photographer from the Midlands spends ages building lego scenes from photographic history. Real Player video.

penguino central

AntarcticM on flickr is lucky enough to work at the South Pole, and she gets to take brilliant up-close photos of the wildlife. So penguins and seals galore

passive aggressive notes

The Passive Aggressive Notes Flickr group is full of the kind of notes left by people in shared houses that are really angry, but too polite to shout.

Sometimes you need a little help making decisions

So that’s where Flickr Fight comes in. It’s a little toy I made to bring the power of Flickr into everyday decision-making – just type in two words and see which one wins. Here’s a few of my favourite so far: Daddy Vs Chips Cats Vs Dogs Rock Vs Disco

Google Maps with no map

James & Joe, a website that uses Google Maps, but not as a map. Overlays as navigation, very cool.

Birmingham Beach

Birmingham Beach, originally uploaded by MartianMarvin. People can hate as much as they like, I still think that this is an interesting juxtaposition between technology, history and frivolity.

oli

oli, originally uploaded by bounder.