Google hasn't been clicking for investors lately. … is now valued a little over $800 billion; market leaders Microsoft and Apple are close to $900 billion. social experiment by Livio Acerbo #greengroundit
In addition to being the editor-at-large for Wirecutter, I also review 360 cameras for Forbes. I was an early adopter of the format and have used several cameras in my other, other life as a travel writer and photographer for Forbes and CNET. You can check out samples from different 360 cameras I’ve used and reviewed on my Flickr page and on my YouTube channel. I also post lots of Tiny Planet photos, shot with 360 cameras, on my Instagram.
Why get a 360 camera?
Although it’s unlikely that a 360 camera will replace a traditional camera, it offers additional creative options for fun and interesting photos and videos. Whether you’re getting into virtual reality or you’re a real-estate broker hoping to show off a home in a new way, photos and videos captured with a 360 camera offer a more immersive way to see places than any other media. Viewers can enjoy a full sphere, allowing them to take in, for better or worse, everything in a space—not just a narrow view from the Eiffel Tower, but [...]read more
Tragedia sulle piste di Bormio, in alta Valtellina, domenica mattina. A perdere la vita uno sciatore di 49 anni. L’uomo, Giovanni Mariani, di Vimercate, si è scontrato con un altro sciatore, un 48enne di Seregno. L’incidente mortale è avvenuto lungo la pista rossa Cima Bianca, media difficoltà, che dalla stazione della funivia «Bormio 3000» scende fino alla «Bormio 2000». All’altezza del punto denominato «Dosso del finanziere», dove la visibilità è in parte ridotta, lo scontro. Il brianzolo è morto praticamente sul colpo. Elitrasportato all’ospedale di Sondalo l’altro ferito: non correrebbe pericolo di vita. Sul posto sono intervenuti gli agenti di polizia in servizio sulle piste.
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Do you see it when you close your eyes? Does it show up in your dreams? Odds are, if you saw The Matrix in 1999 or any time thereafter, the image of green characters cascading down a black screen is cemented in your mind’s eye. Despite the fact that it’s in a movie with one iconic scene after the next, the tumbling green code is one of the film’s most enduring images—and gives The Matrix the distinction of having one of the few title sequences in history one could call “brilliant.” (I will apologize for nothing, George Lucas.) It looked cool and it summed up the question at the core of Wachowskis’ masterpiece: What if none of this is real? What if it’s all been programmed?
How The Matrix Built a Bullet-Proof Legacy
Our 11 Favorite Matrix Scenes, Ranked
Emma Grey Ellis
The Matrix‘s Red Pill or Blue Pill—Which Is Better?
As the months and years went on, and The Matrix got picked apart, folks began to wonder where the movie’s now-famous [...]read more
It is believed she went to the country with her boyfriend, Michael Boulos, a London-based finance student she met in Greece last summer. According to … social experiment by Livio Acerbo #greengroundit #travel #tours
🇸🇰 L'avocate libérale Zuzana Caputova se réjouit de sa victoire: elle devient la 1re femme présidente de Slovaquie.Militante-anticorruption de 45 ans, divorcée et mère de deux enfants, elle incarne le changement et entend être un contrepoids au gouvernement populiste #AFP pic.twitter.com/rntrCqxlF3 — Agence France-Presse (@afpfr) March 31, 2019 from http://twitter.com/afpfr via IFTTT passing through @greengroundit …