A first-person video of a small prop plane crash landing in Taiwan. All I can say about this video is … holy shit.
It’s an awful pun. But I wanted to share this mashup my buddy Scott made of Muse’s “Madness” and George Michael’s “Faith:
Two songs with totally different styles (well, aside from the feathered mullets), yet eerily similar chords.
Woo hoo! I got my new .blog domain, so you can now find this site at dennis.blog. Thanks, Automattic!
Note that dennishhong.com and dennishong.blog will both redirect to this site, too. And if you’d like a .blog for yourself, click here.
Melissa and I hiked Torrey Pines yesterday, and I finally remembered to try out the Bubbli app (which I wrote about here) on a “real” environment. I have to say, I’m super-impressed with the app’s ability to stitch together the shots into a single three-dimensional panoramic shot.
I don’t care if you have the most mind-numbing desk job in the world. Listen to this while working, and you’ll feel like your day is a heroic journey of epic proportions….
Man, talk about some intense music. Listening to this stuff makes me want to go out and storm a castle:
Are you a fan of panoramic shots? Then you have to check out this new app called Bubbli.
Using your iPhone’s camera, you stand in one spot, then rotate in place while you scan your phone up and down, capturing every angle of your surroundings. Afterwards, the app stitches everything together into one continuous “bubble,” which you can rotate side to side or up and down to see everything around you.
We happened to be in Vegas during Earth Hour this year, and Jenny shot a cool video of the hotels shutting off their lights. It was fun trying to guess who would be on it, who would lag, and who would be an outright party pooper. Paris… will they or won’t they?
Here’s a cool image of sand magnified several hundred times. If you think about it, grains of sand are just like people: They’re unique, they’re beautiful, and they’re awkwardly uncomfortable when they get all up in your private business.