Locked and loaded! The league is ready for kick-off. 15 teams are in for the battle for their right to the crown. 15 teams, out of which 9 were carried over from the premiere season, while 5 dropped out of the race. 6 new franchises in second season.
Let’s take a look at the progress of the league from the last season. The teams below are ranked according to the standings of the 2008 season. Continue reading
Our favorite Friday hangout appears to have undergone a major overhaul in terms of look:
The name “Obeertime” is a play on the words “Overtime” and “Beer Time”, which could translate to “after office beer hangout”.
Good news for Tumblr users. Now we don’t have to wait anymore for Google to index our pages in tumblr in order for Google Custom Search to actually display search results from our tumblr archives. Tumblr now has a built-in search.
Wait, now how am I gonna implement this in my tumblelog?
The Power of Prime Lenses
Oftentimes, beginners dismiss prime lenses as inconvenient. And they overlook the positive side of it:
- They are usually cheaper as compared to equivalent zooms, as they are less complicated to design and manufacture.
- They usually produce better pictures. No rotating elements as for zooms, so usually no setbacks for the convenience of zooms. I don’t really have no pictures as evidence to back that argument. Just better ask the experts. But, really, based on experience, one usually makes the most our of his/her DSLR while using prime lenses.
- It helps you become more creative with your composition, as you zoom by your feet.
Not convinced yet? Read more from here.
What’s a tumblelog, in the first place:
A tumblelog (also known as a tlog or tumblog) is a variation of a blog that favors short-form, mixed-media posts over the longer editorial posts frequently associated with blogging. Common post formats found on tumblelogs include links, photos, quotes, dialogues, and video. Unlike blogs, tumblelogs are frequently used to share the author’s creations, discoveries, or experiences while providing little or no commentary.
Tumblelogs usually consist of a stream of ideas (and media) while one is online or even offline. While blogs usually are long post, tumblelogs are short–just anything you want to share.
In the words of Tumblr:
To make a simple analogy: If blogs are journals, tumblelogs are scrapbooks.
I particularly loved the system behind tumblr to build my tumblelog upon. I received an invitation to try out tumblr long before, but I actually tried out the service only since last week. Having some spare domain names, I decided to put them up to good use and give tumblr a try.