A visual and auditory experiment to demonstrate what effects sounds have.
The selection of Netflix Switzerland just became a little more interesting. They have added eight seasons of House for us to enjoy. If they could add a few more series this would be most welcome.
One of the most beautiful edits I have seen in a while. Nice shots, nice compilation of shots, nice image quality
An endurance challenge. I want to watch the documentary.
Something many of us would love to do.
During the cold winter months when the via ferratas are frozen over we might as well have some fun watching people in warmer places climbing.
We all have a deep fascination for the past and photography gives us a window in to that past. This documentary follows one individual as he catalogues and then develops 31 rolls of film. As he does so images and moments that have not been remembered for decades are finally visible for a modern audience. These images contribute to what Dziga Vertov called the All Seeing Eye. He wanted to document life unawares.
People love to submit portals and portals add excitement to Ingress. The more portals there are the busier you are. Cities are fantastic places for ingress players for this reason. Geneva, Barcelona, Neuchatel and other cities already have hundreds if not thousands of portals but go to the swiss countryside, the spanish sea side or away from big cities and portals are few and far between. As a result of this rural players don’t have much to do unless they get in a car and create megafields.
What I propose is a crowdsourced portal acceptance system. The system would have two features:
Proximity to other portals. If you’re in the middle of the countryside and the portal is submitted then it is moved to the top of the submission list for quick approval. By getting remote locations to have higher portal density so users are encouraged to become more active. As people see them play so new players are encouraged to join in the game.
The second variable is based on geographic location. If a player in New York submits a portal then a player in Madrid from L9 or above sees the portal submission and decides whether or not it is too close to other portals, whether it is legitimate and whether it is worth validating. If a player from Paris submits a portal then a player can accept or refuse that portal.
Of course the second feature requires for the Portal acceptance interface to be opened up to players of level 9 or higher. The permissions would only be “approve” or “reject”. will allow players to question the submission and let a group of people decide on the future of specific portals.
Of course it’s geeky but as a result of playing this game I have decided to walk 3650 km this year. That’s an average of ten per day. I know that some days I can walk a greater distance. We will see by how much I overshoot this goal at the end of the current year.