Paul over at One Digital Life has a good post about how to save money on iPod accessories. He compares the price of Apple’s accessories to what you can get from third parties and how those alternative options cost a lot less and many times are more utilitarian.
All you need to create your own flipbook animations is a AVI movie file, a pack of business card paper for your printer and the Flipbook Printer (Windows), or Movie Flipper software (Mac). It will print each frame of the movie to an individual business card, you staple the results and flip away. This free software can help you produce low-cost personalized gifts so you can have more money left over for your photo equipment addition 🙂
Here’s a sweet trailer that you can have outfitted with a bed, sink, toilet and storage space, or have it setup to haul two motorcycles and fold down benches. It could be the perfect companion to your next photo taking adventure.
This site is full of interesting optical illusions that will mess with your mind. For instance, in the image above, all the lines are parallel and the white and black boxes are real squares of the same size.
If you’re a print geek who wants your passion for printing to be reflected in your office decor, then you might be interested in knowing that Heidelberg is offering 1:50 scale models for a few of their commercial printing presses.
Microsoft has launched a web site devoted to digital photographers. It features many useful resources including a full chapter from Tim Grey’s book Color Confidence.