nythroughthelens:

Romeo and Juliet. Central Park, New York City.

I just saw that I am the featured artist on Fotomoto for April 11th! You have no idea how much that brightened my day! I am on the front page of their site currently with this photo. !!!

Click here to see: Vivienne Gucwa - Featured Artist April 11, 2011

You can now also purchase my photography on a wide variety of merchandise (t-shirts, magnets, postcards, iPhone/iPad cases, posters, the list goes on). To view all of these New York City gifts and products at my store, click here.

To purchase this as a print/card here on Tumblr simply click below the photo here.

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rickrey:

bliptv:

Today we’re excited to announce a feature that both web series creators and web series viewers (pictured above) have been clamoring for. 

Subscriptions.

The very nature of web series demands them. If you enjoy an episode of a show, you’re going to want to watch more. But sometimes you’re just too busy, forgetful, or lazy, to keep track of every last awesome show you see. As people who watch a lot of this stuff, this is a problem we at blip thoroughly understand. And that’s why we’ve gone out of our way to make this really, really easy.

Last week, we placed big, blue “subscribe” buttons just about everywhere on blip.tv. Click the button and you’re routed through a simple registration process (Log in with your Facebook ID, grant permissions and you’re done.  No new password to remember. WIN!).  Once subscribed, you’ll be notified when new episodes are available via your personalized Subscriptions link in the blip.tv masthead. You’ll also receive a weekly email listing all new episodes from the last seven days. Pretty easy right? 

So let’s review. Web series are awesome. We’d all watch more of them if it were easier. Starting today, it is easier. So let’s start subscribing.

We have subs, yeah! 

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redesignrelated:

The Simpsons redesigns their intro in HD to coincide with their update to a new widescreen format. Most of the main conventions for the intro were kept the same (i.e. bart and the chalkboard, power plant, couch gag, etc.), but many parts of the story have at least something new added/changed.
The debut episode in HD, entitled Take My Life, Please, will air Sunday, February 15th, 2009.
Watch below:




On first glance, we spotted at least 10 new additions including the “Mr. Sparkle” and “Tomacco” products in the Grocery scene, Maggie’s unibrowed nemesis (Baby Gerald), and other new characters.

redesignrelated:

The Simpsons redesigns their intro in HD to coincide with their update to a new widescreen format. Most of the main conventions for the intro were kept the same (i.e. bart and the chalkboard, power plant, couch gag, etc.), but many parts of the story have at least something new added/changed.

The debut episode in HD, entitled Take My Life, Please, will air Sunday, February 15th, 2009.

Watch below:

On first glance, we spotted at least 10 new additions including the “Mr. Sparkle” and “Tomacco” products in the Grocery scene, Maggie’s unibrowed nemesis (Baby Gerald), and other new characters.

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If his lips are moving…

nbathoughts:

So this blog is quickly becoming all Tim Donaghy all the time and I assure you this was never my intention. Unfortunately the Tim Donaghy publicity tour continues, and I really want to set the record straight on some of his claims.

Consider the following excerpt from Donaghy’s work of fiction “Personal Foul”.;

Minnesota at Charlotte

This was a New Year’s Day game and I was in Charlotte for a matchup between the Bobcats and the TImberwolves. 

Before the game, I spoke with my group supervisor Jim Wishner. Jim mentioned that Minnesota’s star forward Kevin Garnett had been getting away with a lot of traveling violations and that no one was paying attention to his footwork. Jim expected us to keep an eye on Garnett and to start enforcing the rule.

he goes on to write;

In addition to the anticipated crackdown on Garnett, I liked the way Charlotte coach Bernie Bickerstaff had his squad playing high-energy basketball most nights. I called Tommy and told him to bet Charlotte.

The Bobcats played well early but fell part during the second half, getting outscored 34-18 in the fourth quarter. Garnett played exceptionally well for Minnesota, while Charlotte’s players were arguing amongst themselves all night. Much of the angst was directed at the Bobcat’s Adam Morrison, who took several off-balanced, ill-advised shots down the stretch in what had been a fairly tight contest.

Minnesota kept its composure and pulled out the road win 102-96. It was a loss for me, Tommy, and Ba Ba, and once again there were no apples coming my way. 

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