Alexandre Acemyan

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Apple, coffee and techno: Jonathan Ive's recipe for success

A biography of the iPhone and iMac's British designer sheds new light on technology's most-watched design team<p>It is cluttered with bikes, skateboards and designers' models, but the ideas factory that sits at the symbolic heart of Apple's vast Californian campus is also the workspace of perhaps the …

The 10 Golden Rules of Wildlife Photography

Generally speaking, people give close attention to good quality work. A good craftsman is appreciated; his skill, creativity and professionalism …

Wildlife

The Real Megapixel Myth

In this case the D3x looks the equal of the D3 at 6400, which it is. If you do equal-sized prints from the two cameras you will <i>not</i> find that …

Photons

The Fastest Supergrain Recipes for Busy Cooks

We never knew quinoa or farro—plus three more healthy grains—could taste so good (or cook in 30 minutes or less!).<p>An Italian Main Course That Isn't …

A Glimpse of Leica Cameras and Lenses Being Made at Company Headquarters

Bloomberg published this short feature earlier today titled, “The World’s Most Wanted Camera vs. the iPhone Era.” In the video, reporter Nejra Cehic …

Putting Time In Perspective - UPDATED

Humans are good at a lot of things, but putting time in perspective is not one of them. It’s not our fault—the spans of time in human history, and …

Elon Musk Shows Off His Crazy Iron Man-Inspired 3D Modeling Setup

Elon Musk, the world’s busiest rich dude/mad scientist, has just posted a video showing off the Iron Man-inspired 3D modeling setup he tweeted about last week. Because people don’t compare him to Tony Stark* enough, right?<p>By combining the gesture-sensing Leap Motion controller with an array of …

An Oral History Of Apple Design: 1992

The greatest business story of this generation is a design tale.<p>“This is our signature,” Apple’s gauzy television ads proclaim, referring to the familiar words that the company stamps on the undersides of its products: designed by apple in California. The ads fall in the grand Apple …

Product Design

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Ballmer Departure From Microsoft Was More Sudden Than Portrayed by the Company

According to sources close to the situation, the departure of CEO Steve Ballmer from Microsoft last week was more sudden than was depicted by the …

These Songs Could Have Changed Your Life: The Best Rejected Songs of the Millennium

In which 20 Grantland writers wipe their eyes, put on their headphones, take a walk, and attempt to process the most egregious omissions from the …

Jack White

America's Imperial Disdain For the Emerging World

As the BRICs and other developing economies stumble, there is strange and widespread assumption that emerging markets are helpless without the West. The opposite might be true.<p>August this year has been exceptionally unkind to the emerging world. We know that Egypt has been plunged into political …

Rediscovering the pleasure of black and white photography with the Fuji X100s - MirrorLessons

With the advent of digital photography, black and white has often, if not always, become a post-processing option rather than a style to adopt during …

Scientists at the UCLA School of Medicine have found significant differences in the neural networks of individuals with Alzheimer's Disease compared to individuals that have normally aged. In a new study published in Brain Connectivity, the researchers used diffusion weighted imaging to compare neural networks in 111 individuals (15 had AD, 68 with mild cognitive impairment, and 28 controls). They found that those with AD had significant disruptions to their neural networks, including fewer neural nodes, shorter neural fiber path lengths, and less signaling efficiency. The researchers also found that those with AD didn't have as many connections between the right and left cortices of their brains, and that this mismatch may get worse as the disease progresses. Read more: http://bit.ly/16zNAlu Journal article: Breakdown of Brain Connectivity Between Normal Aging and Alzheimer's Disease: A Structural k-Core Network Analysis. Brain Connectivity, 2013. doi:10.1089/brain.2012.0137. Image credit: sjcockell/Flickr

Review: Fujifilm X100S

The Fujifilm X100S is the camera you want without even knowing it.<p>Sure, for an aspiring photographer, the lure of a DSLR can be strong. But when …

My 30 Day Adventure With The Fuji x100s

Please note that this is not a technical review of the Fuji x100s. There are many great reviews already written by photographers who are technically …