Here’s the latest Bloc Party video ‘Truth’ that I edited in our post production studio. I spent two fabulous weeks trimming each edit down to 5 frames. I teamed up remotely with director Clemens Habicht in Paris on this one. Enjoy!
3D printing has been a work in progress for many years, but it isn’t until recently that a lot of people have begun to understand it and see the potential. If someone had told me in my teen years that I might someday be able to print anything I wanted rather than buy, I wouldn’t have been able to get my head around it. Now, I finally understand how much can be achieved through 3D printing. You could create anything that you could possibly want.
In the world of technology, time moves very fast. There are constantly new gadgets and toys being released. Some turn out to be pointless or over the top (like the iPotty for kids…yeah, just google it), but some of them can be worth looking at. I have picked out a couple of practical and a couple of fun ones that I have recently come across, that are worth sharing.
Today is the last day of 2012, meaning it is time to reflect on everything that has happened in the year gone by. For Digital Snowball, 2012 has brought many changes. We have welcomed new team members, some at the beginning of the year and some more recent additions.
During my past 2 months in London, using an Alcatel brick of a phone, I have come to miss and appreciate my 3G network and a constantly usable iPhone more than expected. Thankfully, whenever I can connect to a wireless Internet it feels like home. Since being here however, my iPhone habits have changed and, I have become dependent on apps that I never opened in America.
The 5 apps I could not intern abroad without are as follows: