Aquest cap de setmana participo en un workshop de 3 dies de David Nightingale, i aquesta imatge forma part dels deures que ens han posat.
Es tractava de disparar segons les indicacions que va donar a la sessió d’ahir, i després processar la imatge segons les pautes donades. Podeu veure la imatge original aquí.
Com que David proposava que la imatge expliqués alguna cosa, he intentat reflexar la solitud d’Apple després de la mort del seu fundador, Steve Jobs, fa dos dies.
One year ago in this blog: Belly button
Harp is a leading lager brand in Ireland, created in 1960 by the Guinness Brewery as an answer to British and Irish drinkers who didn’t want the heaviness of Guinness. Notice the Guinness logo contains a golden harp on the top. For many years the slogan “Harp stays sharp”, written by the advertising executive Rod Allen, was used in advertisements.
Dare to try with the song?
I was cruisin’ down the club on a saturday night (stay sharp)
when a girl came a long and she looked alright (stay sharp)
She was very intellectual – “Taaah very mooch”
The way she ate her crisps had a feminine touch
But the gorilla that she had in tow was just a bit much (stay sharp)
Harp stays sharp to the bottom of the glass
Now it was Harp that we were drinking so I did a bit of thinkin’ (stay sharp)
The cool fresh flavour didn’t waver by a quaver (stay sharp)
So I put my arm around her and took her home
because her 80 year old mother was all on her own
So she kissed him very nicely, and said she’d phone (stay sharp)
Harp stays sharp to the bottom of the glass…
Six months ago in this blog: Good morning
Apple® CEO Steve Jobs and a team of Apple executives will kick off the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) with a keynote address today at 10:00 a.m (7:00 p.m in Barcelona).
At the keynote, Apple will unveil its next generation software – Lion, the eighth major release of Mac OS® X; iOS 5, the next version of Apple’s advanced mobile operating system which powers the iPad®, iPhone® and iPod touch®; and iCloud®, Apple’s upcoming cloud services offering.
Six months ago in this blog: Col.legi d’Arquitectes
The Cacaolat company had some economic troubles lately and his famous chocolate drink is about to disappear from supermarkets and retail stores. Users have made a campaign (Salvem el Cacaolat) on social networks to avoid the extinction of the drink, and breaking news say perhaps Nutrexpa will finally buy the company.
I found a pack of six yesterday at the supermarket and as they were the last ones on the shelf, I had a nostalgic attack and bought them.
(…but do I really drink Cacaolat so often as missing it if it disappears?).
Six months ago in this blog: Bags