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Many photographers have a hard time looking at the small LCD screen on their cameras. For years I have used an external screen for films, but having this luxury came with a few issues. The biggest problem for me, is the large battery that most of these monitors come with. Some of them use the canon LP-E6 battery, which is small but is still too much weight on my camera.
I finally decided to give myself a gift and I did a search on Amazon for “USB powered field Monitors”. I found dozens of LCD screens, but most of them were too large or way too expensive. After scrolling through so many I found this monitor. It fit all off the requirements I desired and I purchased it immediately. I will put the link and specs below for people who are interested.
Today I did a review of the Western Digital P10 4TB hard drive. I always drop these things, and sometimes I step on them. This time I went to Best Buy to find a new external USB hard drive that can stand strong against my clumsiness. So far so good, I like it. It feels amazing, and I can throw this in my camera bag without worry.
It all started when Rob Sell, a professional search and rescue tracker who also worked in computer security, became frustrated at how nobody was looking for many of the thousands of missing people. He decided to found Trace Labs, a project which uses crowdsourcing to enlist the efforts of hackers worldwide to find them. They select missing persons cases and then award hackers points for finding information on the missing people, creating a computer forensics competition for a cause. One great opportunity is going to hacking conferences like BSIDES and DEFCON and holding events where hackers there try their hand at finding the whereabouts of missing people. It’s part of a new movement towards OSINT, or Open Source Intelligence. The primary tool is searching online and using the dark web for digital fingerprints – pictures, activity, or other digital fingerprints. When successful, hackers can find information the families and law enforcement have never had before – helping their quest to track down the person, or even finding them directly.
This is the first video in Freethink’s new series Digital Detectives. In it, we meet Nathalie St-Louis, a French Canadian woman whose father disappeared 30 years ago. She heard about Trace Labs and is hoping they can provide her information or hope on his whereabouts. We then follow Rob Sell as he sets up shop at a hacking conference and recruits a team of hackers to trace Nathalie’s father and other cold cases. What do you think? Are these amateur sleuths helping a great cause or playing a silly true crime game? Let us know what you think in the comments!
The missing persons issue is getting worse and requires modern and scalable solutions at various levels to help mitigate risk to society. Trace Labs is an online, open source intelligence platform that scales on demand through crowdsourcing while providing full transparency of verified public information. This allows all missing persons to receive the attention that is needed early in the search process and for family and concerned friends to see progress. It also allows the police authorities to have access to a centralized and current database of verified information on lost persons. – Trace Labs
A music-driven short film presented as a visual prelude to Alicia Keys’ sixth studio album, Here. Keys pays tribute to the communities that raised her in four slice-of-life segments depicting the coming of age experience in New York City.
*Tribeca Film Festival 2016 Premiere
*New York Times Pop Critic Pick –– The Playlist
*2017 One Screen Awards – Free The Bid “Best Music Video”
*2017 Clio Music Award for Film
*2017 Saatchi & Saatchi New Director’s Showcase
*2017 SHOOT Magazine New Director’s Showcase
Director: A.V. Rockwell
Music: Alicia Keys
Executive Producers: Alicia Keys, Erika Rose, Robin Frank, Lucy Sumner
Producer: Zein Zubi & Nicola Westermann
Director of Photography: Kelly Jeffrey
Casting: Ulysses Terrero
Assistant Director: Diamond Dave & Dino Castelli
Production Designer: Ron Beach
Costume & Wardrobe: Fatima Bah
Hair: Illy Lussiano
Makeup: Lynda Esparza
Sound Recordist: Rob Bluemske & Wade Vantrease
Post Producer: Kristine Pregot
Sound Mixer: Brian Goodheart
Editor: Laura Tomaselli & Peter Johnson
Colorist: James Tillet
Production Company: Alldayeveryday
I could not sleep last night, so I stayed up and created a video about my love for God. As you may know, I have studied spirituality for many years and I even created a blog and radio show about it. The only problem I had was that I did all of these wonderful things away from christianity. I let the influence of other religions and ideas take over my walk with Christ. I never thought I would be this kind of person. I have a loving heart and I want happiness for everyone, so how in the world did I allow myself to be pulled away from Christ? Thinking about it scares me. It shows me that it can happen to anyone. The devil can appear loving and good natured, and he can trick you into believing he is the way to happiness.
Over time I started to doubt Christianity, because of the actions of others. I was judging God because of the sins of man. How foolish was I to think like this? I never completely walked away, but I was trying to merge all of my beliefs into one unified religion for myself. I was taking the good of everything and using them to find God…but was I really finding God?
I started watching videos online about death and sin, it really made me take a good look at how I was living. Everyday I started praying again, I even started reading my bible more often. One day I looked back at my bookshelf and I noticed that I had 100s of books on everything else, but Christ. This showed me how far away I drifted, but Jesus never left me. Jesus is still here. God if you can read this, forgive me for taking so long to hear your voice. Forgive me for my sins and thank you for loving us unconditionally. So this leads me to the video I made above lol (finally). God gives us all gifts, and I plan on using my artistic abilities to spread the word of God. If you are reading this, God bless you and continue in the fight for your soul. This new age spirituality looks and sounds so beautiful, but it’s a mirage. Don’t be fooled, stick to the teachings of the lord. Start today, don’t wait.
Jesus Warning: Be Ready ALL the time! “Everyone would be ready for him if they knew the exact hour of his return—-just as they would be ready for a thief if they knew when he was coming. So be ready all the time. For I, the Messiah, will come when least expected.” (Luke 12:39-40, Living Bible)
We need to take the Lord’s advice seriously. Here are seven ways to be found faithful when Jesus returns. Get the video notes at http://tinyurl.com/ya83myfc
Pray for uncommon salvation–Christians who are backslidden will repent and unbelievers will receive Christ. With God nothing is impossible. (LUKE 1:37). If we pray, Jesus will save. Remember the thief on the cross (LUKE 23:39-43) and the 11th hour workers hired 1 hour before the work day was over (MATTHEW 20:1-16)–it’s not too late!
Ash sat down with Spike Lee to talk cops, Kanye, and why an honest racist is better than a respectable liberal. BLACKkKkLANSMAN is in UK cinemas on 24th August.
Would you rather be around someone who is open about their racist views, or someone who hides them? We all have prejudices against each other, but it is clearly a bigger issue when it becomes racist. Racism can put road blocks in your path, where simple prejudices can just piss you off….but you can get past it. I’d like to know that someone hates me so I can avoid them, and adjust my surroundings. Racism is such an old issue, i’m so annoyed that it’s taking us this long to realize how silly it is.
The film BLACKkKkLANSMANshows us just how stupid racism is. How can you hate people you’ve never met? We forget that everyone is an individual, and that allows us to be unpredictable. Human beings are not all the same. So to hate a group of people is telling them that they all share the same characteristics, which is not human. In some cultures, people pass on this ignorance to their children. We still divide each other in groups for crime stats , education, IQ score averages and voting. If we know that generalizing is wrong, why do we still have these separations dividing us in government programs? The reason is, our world is still stuck on low level thinking. We haven’t evolved as human beings and on earth, hate is more powerful than love. Anyway, thats just my opinion on things….what’s yours?
About Ash Sakar
Ash Sarkar is a writer, broadcaster, journalist and lecturer living in London. She is a Senior Editor at Novara Media, where her work focuses on race, gender, class and power. As part of her work, she has appeared on numerous panels, hosted live events, and interviewed frontbench politicians on everything from foreign policy to football opinions.
Ash regularly appears on television to discuss current affairs, and has featured on Sky News, Channel 4, Daily Politics and Newsnight. She has written on politics and pop culture extensively for both print and digital outlets.She lectures in Global Politics at Anglia Ruskin in Cambridge, and teaches a Masters in Film, Graphic Design and Propaganda at the Sandberg Instituut in Amsterdam.
We had a short visit to New Orleans this year, but we were able to grab a few videos here and there of the city including this tribute for Aretha Franklin in Treme. The people were singing loud with so much passion and love for Aretha. The entire day was filled with emotions and the city showed as much love as they could. People were dancing and laughing, I never saw anything so beautiful. I know New Orleans is where I need to be. I never felt this way about any other place.
Canon G7X mark II
I had to grab my handy G7X for this video. I needed something quick and easy to grab for photos on the go. I didn’t have time to carry around a bunch of lenses and for night time photography this camera is easy to put away and it fits in my jean pocket. I’ve had this camera for about 3 months and I think it’s just as good as any DSLR on the market with 24 mega pixels and 1080P video.
http://KEXP.ORG presents Little Dragon performing live at The Little London Plane during Upstream Music Fest. Recorded June 1, 2018. Host: Cheryl Waters Audio Engineers: Adam Bourne & Kevin Suggs Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Alaia D’Alessandro & Justin Wilmore Editor & Director: Scott Holpainen
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