Flickr 3.0 is Yahoo!’s big move to head off Instagram, before Instagram catches on and becomes the entrenched standa… oh, right.

Flickr 3.0 is Yahoo!’s big move to head off Instagram, before Instagram catches on and becomes the entrenched standa… oh, right.

I know they mean well, but I’m not sure Wi-Fi’s added location accuracy will matter in an app that deals in map scales ranging from 30,000 km to 100 billion light years, and where a typical view covers a sphere 30 light years in diameter.

I know they mean well, but I’m not sure Wi-Fi’s added location accuracy will matter in an app that deals in map scales ranging from 30,000 km to 100 billion light years, and where a typical view covers a sphere 30 light years in diameter.

The bridge shook a little as people walked across it, but you get the idea. 8 second exposure of ice floating down the Bow River. (at Edworthy Park)

The bridge shook a little as people walked across it, but you get the idea. 8 second exposure of ice floating down the Bow River. (at Edworthy Park)

Last week, I accidentally recorded four little snow slides while filming a tracking time-lapse of mountain clouds. The weather is a little different, but I’m still back this week recording a static time-lapse of the same cliff, hoping to catch a few more.

Last week, I accidentally recorded four little snow slides while filming a tracking time-lapse of mountain clouds. The weather is a little different, but I’m still back this week recording a static time-lapse of the same cliff, hoping to catch a few more.

I hate that these stupid things don’t have a search function.

I hate that these stupid things don’t have a search function.

Banff Time Lapse: Five Minutes on Lake Louise, in 15 Seconds from Steve Tsuida on Vimeo.

This is a five minute time lapse (sped up to 15 seconds) recorded on an iPhone 5s plugged into a Mōtrr Galileo robotic panhead, controlled by Xyster’s Time Lapse app. Lake Louise, Alberta, in Banff National Park.

The difference snowshoes make. Those are XC ski poles that normally reach my shoulder.  (at Lake Louise, Banff National Park)

The difference snowshoes make. Those are XC ski poles that normally reach my shoulder. (at Lake Louise, Banff National Park)

Something like the Found Footage in William Gibson’s novel, Pattern Recognition, is happening over on Twitter. Instead of Nora the cinematographer with embedded shrapnel, we have an embroidery website with unclosed tags. Learn more on my Twitter feed.

Something like the Found Footage in William Gibson’s novel, Pattern Recognition, is happening over on Twitter. Instead of Nora the cinematographer with embedded shrapnel, we have an embroidery website with unclosed tags. Learn more on my Twitter feed.

Canada.

Life isn’t fair. Life is all about how you choose to deal with unfairness.

Life isn’t fair. Life is all about how you choose to deal with unfairness.