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jakbowler:

http://imgur.com/a/lUWTG

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Transmission – BBC Top Gear Video: behind the scenes with Tom Hiddleston « - BBC Top Gear

topgearmag:

GREAT NEWS! You can now Navigate the Top Gear track on Google’s Street View 

Watch as The Stig accompanies Google’s Street View car around the Top Gear test track in a Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Black.

Source: topgearmag

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- Mon

由iPad 2換iPad Air,個mon真係一流,除咗像素高之外最緊要嘅係顏色好準,而我嗰部完全無人地所講嘅偏色問題
用開iPhone 5,個mon同塊玻璃係bond成同一個layer,睇落去所有野就好似浮係塊玻璃面咁。但iPad Air仍然有多一個層layer,睇落就好似凹入去咁,唔夠完美。

而家好多tablet都用16:9 mon,睇片係唔錯,但其他時間睇文睇雜誌就明顯係4:3好D,唔會太長大闊。

- Hardware / Build Quality
第一代iPad太重,所以iPad 2一出就買。到iPad 3/4出都無興趣換,最大原因係太重。

第一次將部iPad Air拎上手,真係非常輕、非常薄。加上今次iPad Air個邊收窄咗,更多適合單手拎住睇雜誌。

同iPad mini一樣,iPad Air終於係機底有兩個喇叭,比以往iPad大聲咗唔少。雖然我好少用iPad內置喇叭聽野,但絕對係一個welcome嘅improvement

造工一如以往地好,就同你對Apple產品嘅expectation一樣。

- Camera
iPad Air用iPad mini嘅相機(即係iPhone 4嘅相機sensor),日頭影相唔差,當然同iPhone 5/iPhone 5s無得比。
但如果你係會用tablet影相嘅果班柒頭皮,你會覺得唔錯。

- iOS 7 @ 64 bit
之前用iPad 2行iOS 7完全係辛苦,load所有野都慢半拍。
而家iPad Air就好好多,打機唔會lag,Safari load野都快好多。

但唔知係咪64bit問題,1GB RAM似乎唔多夠,比iPad 2更常出現low memory…

- Battery
iPad一向sell緊10個鐘battery life,今次iPad Air舊電雖然細咗,但完全無影響電量,相信係個mon同個CPU比以前更慳電。

而家部機standby咗3日,用咗9個鐘,都仲有10%剩。如果每日只係用一個鐘,真係可以一個星期差一次電。

- SmartCover
部機窄咗,個Smart Cover都由以前4塊嘅設計變成iPad mini果款3塊設計。
楝起部機嘅話個角度比之前更適合睇video,但就似乎無4塊嘅設計企得咁實(少咗一塊,無咗overlapping)。

- iPad Air vs iPad mini w/Retina
自從iPad lineup嘅hardware共通之後,唯一分別就剩番個mon嘅大細。

我覺得如果你會成日攞出街,一定係iPad mini。但如果主要係坐定定用嘅,我覺得iPad Air個mon嘅size仍然係好D。

fuckyeahmovieposters:

Gravity by Jean-Baptiste Roux

fuckyeahmovieposters:

Gravity by Jean-Baptiste Roux

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One year on tumblr, reminds me the last year I was miserable

Or maybe to see what’s right, you need to experience what’s wrong

astonmartinmotorclub:

This is the most powerful Volante ever created. The advanced AM11 V12 engine delivers 620Nm of torque, 573 PS (565 BHP) of peak power and a sprint of just 4.1 secs. Breakthrough engine technology; machined combustion chambers, enlarged throttle bodies and knock sensing ensure AM11 delivers power throughout the rev range. The thrill of open-top driving is delivered by class-leading technical expertise.

astonmartinmotorclub:

This is the most powerful Volante ever created. The advanced AM11 V12 engine delivers 620Nm of torque, 573 PS (565 BHP) of peak power and a sprint of just 4.1 secs. Breakthrough engine technology; machined combustion chambers, enlarged throttle bodies and knock sensing ensure AM11 delivers power throughout the rev range. The thrill of open-top driving is delivered by class-leading technical expertise.

Source: astonmartinmotorclub

thisistheverge:

Nikon’s new full-frame camera leaks out with glorious retro styling
The Alpha 7 cameras that Sony introduced last month were astounding because of their combination of compact size, a full-frame sensor, and interchangeable lenses. The only apparent problem they had was the lack of an established lens ecosystem — such as, for example, the one that Nikon has with its historically excellent Nikkor full-frame lenses. 

Now, where’s the Canon version?

thisistheverge:

Nikon’s new full-frame camera leaks out with glorious retro styling

The Alpha 7 cameras that Sony introduced last month were astounding because of their combination of compact size, a full-frame sensor, and interchangeable lenses. The only apparent problem they had was the lack of an established lens ecosystem — such as, for example, the one that Nikon has with its historically excellent Nikkor full-frame lenses. 

Now, where’s the Canon version?

Source: theverge.com

iPad Air

iPad Air

madewithpaper:

Go Behind The Scenes of FiftyThree
"For us, technology is there to help people create."–Georg Petschnigg, FiftyThree CEO
In September, we made an episode of Small Empires with The Verge and reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian. Meet Georg, Andrew, Julian, Tara, and Dave from our team and Brad Ovenell-Carter, an educator who uses Paper to engage students in creative thinking. See what motivates us to climb six flights of stairs every day to collaborate and create.
Watch the episode.

madewithpaper:

Go Behind The Scenes of FiftyThree

"For us, technology is there to help people create."
–Georg Petschnigg, FiftyThree CEO

In September, we made an episode of Small Empires with The Verge and reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian. Meet Georg, Andrew, Julian, Tara, and Dave from our team and Brad Ovenell-Carter, an educator who uses Paper to engage students in creative thinking. See what motivates us to climb six flights of stairs every day to collaborate and create.

Watch the episode.

Source: fiftythreenyc