Polaroid

18 Feb 19
Design Media Blog by Michaela Macasinag

The reading provided such clarity to myself and the exact definitions of basic (yet helpful) graphic design/ basic media design lingo. The Framing chapter was simple yet helpful in understanding the exact definitions of the functions of a frame. It is interesting how the technique of cropping can control how and what the viewer may […]

17 Feb 19
Singular Images

Untitled (Trabuco Flats) 2019 copyright Douglas Stockdale First, welcome to my new url for this blog; now singularimages.net after a ten year run using the free WordPress.com option (It’s my Scottish heritage to be so frugal). Actually I made the change to a paid WordPress site a couple of years ago to reduce the WordPress […]

17 Feb 19
Silkthreads

BANKSTERS AND BONDS “In the 1930’s the bankers warned the elite that their gold was going to be stolen, and tricked the elite into giving them their gold in exchange for bonds. These bonds are called Treaty of Versailles Bonds. The Global Debt Facility holds 210 trillion in face amount of these bonds, which have […]

17 Feb 19
Business Web

We’ve spent hours testing the growing number of 21st century instant cameras now making waves and believe this experience has taught us a few things about these retro products. Here we compare two of the more popular ones on the market. Polaroid Snap Nostalgic Fun $90 at Amazon Pros More printer modes Includes self-timer Cons […]

17 Feb 19
Ikutaro Grey

this polaroid picture i’m stuck in its old as time with its ruffled rotting corners a crease runs right through the middle into my chest this polaroid picture is keeping me hostage these not so white-ish borders around me is my prison i’m dead center, with smiling eyes sitting there with the biggest grin in […]

17 Feb 19
Good Morning Gloucester

New Work Celebrating Famed Boston Poet Phillis Wheatley at Gloucester Stage For 3 Performances   WRESTLING WITH FREEDOM Written and Directed by  Roxbury’s Jacqui Parker At Gloucester Stage Company for Three Performances Only February 22: 7:30pm |  February 23: 4:00pm and 7:30pm   Freed-slave and famed Boston poet, Phillis Wheatley was one of the best-known poets […]

17 Feb 19
My name is Joe. I'm addicted to hiding ghost stories in hotels.

  1/3 – She told me not to stay. She told me she was coming. Bad dreams in the night. A noise like screaming in the dark from somewhere in the lake. The place I heard that she had been found.  2/3- She was standing here in the entry way. 2.12 AM. Her mouth was wide […]

17 Feb 19
Ausdroid

Over my Christmas holiday, I set myself a goal: get all of my parents’ photographs into digital form and upload them to Google Photos. Normally, this is something that might be considered biting off more than I can chew, but I had a secret weapon – Epson’s FastFoto 680W scanner. It’s one thing for us […]

17 Feb 19
We Like Big Books

Synopsis: Eddie was a war veteran who worked at Ruby Pier as the maintenance guy. A tragic accident kills him in an attempt to save a little girl from a falling cart. Eddie awakes in the afterlife, where he learns that Heaven is a place where your life is explained to you by five people […]

17 Feb 19
michael king

Big New Day. May of 2014, summer stretching herself sleepily across the Midwest. I’m pacing my apartment, pulling things down from the walls and bundling them in boxes. Two years rose and fell, graduate school already blurring at my fingertips, a Polaroid shaken perhaps too emphatically. Now I’m here, hands shaking, heartbeat a steady thrum, […]

17 Feb 19
The Adventures of Inigo

After spending some quality studious time in the airport lounge we finally border our plane. There was drama at 35,000 feet when Wilfred’s 4th tooth unexpectedly fell out. We now call him gappy Teeth extraction aside it was an amazing flight. We were given loadsa booty from cuddly toys and blankets, colouring books and pencils, […]

17 Feb 19
MyLifestyleBlog

I love being outside, and I find it so calming to be in the nature. So yesterday I went for a long walk in the woods. Even though it is still winter here in Denmark, we actually have had way better weather than we usually do around this time of year. So yesterday I decided […]

17 Feb 19
Colí

After a Halloween party in 2017 where I went as a dead bride and basically just wore a black dress with terrible makeup, I swore I would be prepared for 2018! And so we were! It was time to be pirates! Also, shout out to my cousin in the middle of the Polaroid who was […]

17 Feb 19
The Chocolate Apollo Chronicles

The 21st century has given us so many technological advances and innovations that include capturing the magic of certain moments whenever and however you wish thanks to camera phones. That includes private, intimate and just plain ol’ lusty moments like nude photos/videos and sex tapes, which honestly has been a thing going back to the […]

17 Feb 19
Gully Bloggers

I find a distinct concept of life so beautiful and so fascinating that I keep wondering about it time to time. The credence which gives the very own importance of life. The semblance of empty and the hypothesis of death. Death, the end of all problems and the solution to all brainteasers but that’s the […]