How to Drive more Event Registrations by Getting Crafty with Video

It’s coming. Along with the 5432387 details to plan, the long days of travel, the hundreds or maybe even thousands of hands you’ll shake, and the pipeline … just all pipeline you can imagine. We’re on the cusp of the first event season of the year, and the anticipation is palpable. You know the value of a great conference, strong planning, and a well-supported marketing plan or you wouldn’t be…

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‘Runaways’ season 2 expands its universe and mysteries

This review contains no major spoilers for Runaways season 2. One of the criticisms of Marvel’s Runaways’ first season was that for a show about a group of teens who run away after they discover their parents are part of a supervillain organization, there was very little running away until the end. But in season 2, the teens try to survive on the run as they evade the cops, authority figures,…

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Check Out This Video: Put Your Dongle Away

Technology has changed the meaning of many words over time. When we picture a Tablet, we no longer think of the great stone slabs that the ten commandments were written on, for example. Trolls aren’t multi-coloured dolls with frizzy hair, but rather angry people on the internet. But technology has also given us its share of words — and few are funnier than the word dongle. The etymology of “dongle”…

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Real Time Economics: U.S. Keeps a Hard Line In China Trade Talks

This is the web version of the WSJ’s newsletter on the economy. You can sign up for daily delivery here. The Trump administration’s point man on China trade talks says the U.S. will hold fast to its 90-day deadline, leaving a short window to resolve thorny commercial issues.  Good morning. Jeff Sparshott here to take you through key developments in the global economy. We’ll also look at the latest on Huawei’s CFO, how a…

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The Photographer’s Ephemeris Reviewed

Photography is pretty much about the light and being prepared for the right moment, but there are some genres that require some extra planning and a few extra resources. Landscape and astrophotography are usually the genres that demand more patience than any other (besides wildlife photography!). Photo by Linhao Zhang Many great shots made in the outdoors require some previous scouting, and even a calendar and some math to spot…

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People Think NASA’s Voyager 2 Is Going To Save Tony Stark

Marvel ICYMI, Marvel released the first teaser trailer for the Avengers: Endgame last week, much to the delight of those who can’t quite get closure after Infinity War. Well tbh, who could? It mainly featured Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark/Iron Man being all moody and pensive aboard his interstellar panic room. He stares at his mask, a withered shadow of its former self, and says ‘Thanos, you f***ing c**t!’…

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Our Favorite Easy Buckeye Balls!

This Buckeye Recipe is the star of every cookie plate alongside my fave Shortbread Cookies and Gingerbread Cookies! While this is one of our favorite Christmas Cookie Recipes, we actually make them all year long! Buckeyes are a delicious no-bake peanut butter ball dipped in chocolate. If you like Peanut Butter Cups, you’ll love these easy treats! The state of Ohio is famous for its Buckeye tree and keeping the nut from a Buckeye tree…

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Homeless Man Goes To The Hospital, Staff Soon Realize That He’s Not Alone

Hospital staff bear witness to some of the most intense and dramatic situations, saving and losing lives is a daily occurrence for these everyday heroes. With such a physically and emotionally draining occupation, it must come as a great relief to experience moments of pure and simple joy such as this one, shared by Brazilian nurse Cris Mamprim. Image credits: Cris Mamprim The scene unfolded at Hospital Regional Alto Vale,…

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Photoshop Focus Stacking for Still Life and Product Photography

The post Photoshop Focus Stacking for Still Life and Product Photography appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Darina Kopcok. Still life and product photography often require that your entire subject be sharp. This can be difficult to achieve in-camera because if you’re shooting up-close, you can’t always get a lot of your subject in focus. Stopping down to a smaller aperture (higher F-stop number) will not…

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