Rest in peace old man. You did a good job, despite the odds.
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It’s a simple film in many ways, having essentially only two characters on screen, George Clooney and Sandra Bullock, plus a few other voices heard over the radio*. And yet at the same time the film has languished for four years, waiting for the technology to catch up with the desires and dream of the director. James Cameron provided the last missing pieces of technology when he brought Avatar to the screen. 883 more words
By Maxim Lott
Published November 01, 2013
A NOAA model from Sept. 23 shows that a vast though disperse field of debris from a tsunami that struck Japan in 2011 is likely still dispersed north of the Main Hawaiian Islands and east of Midway Atoll.
According to the Internet this camera is the Zeiss Ikonta 521/2, first released in 1947. The Zeiss Ikontas are ‘viewfinder folding cameras’, reasonably named thus because they have a viewfinder (this one pops out the top) and a folding concertina-like lens that gives the Ikonta a distinctly steampunk (rather than a post-war) look. 230 more words
Since taking an interest in photography, my wife and I seem to have become the family’s de facto ‘Keepers of the Old Clickers’.
Here’s one that belonged to my grandfather — a Zeiss Ikon Box Tengor Type 56/2 which was produced from 1951 to 1956. 141 more words
Updated trajectory for comet ISON