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- Photo Booth is a small software application for taking photos and videos with an iSight camera by Apple Inc. for Mac OS X.
- A photo booth is a vending machine or modern kiosk that contains an automated, usually coin-operated, camera and film processor. Today the vast majority of photo booths are digital. Traditionally photo booths contain a seat or bench designed to seat the one or two patrons being photographed.
- (superlative of `near' or `close') within the shortest distance; "that was the time he came nearest to death"
- Pick the nearest pixel from the input image. Ignore all other input pixels.
- closest to, Superlative form of near; closest to
- Only a short time ahead
- Located a short distance away
- come upon, as if by accident; meet with; "We find this idea in Plato"; "I happened upon the most wonderful bakery not very far from here"; "She chanced upon an interesting book in the bookstore the other day"
- Discover (someone or something) after a deliberate search
- Discover oneself to be in a surprising or unexpected situation
- discovery: a productive insight
- Discover or perceive by chance or unexpectedly
- discovery: the act of discovering something
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The Nearest Exit
Faced with the potential dissolution of his marriage and the end of his quiet, settled life, reluctant spy Milo Weaver has no choice but to return to his old job as a “tourist” for the CIA. But before he can get back to the dirty work of espionage, he has to prove his worth to his new bosses. Armed with a stack of false identities, Milo heads back to Europe, and for nearly three months every assignment is executed perfectly. Then he’s instructed to kill the fifteen-year-old daughter of Moldovan immigrants, and make the body disappear. No questions. For Milo, it’s an impossible task, but ignoring his handlers is equally untenable. Suddenly he’s in a dangerous position, caught between right and wrong, between powerful self-interested foes, between patriots and traitors—especially now that he has nothing left to lose.
near my tent -memorial 1975-
I am afraid I am gradually running out of subject material… Am I being unproductive or just unimaginative? Does this happen to everyone? I have been somewhat busy with various tasks lately, especially the "big clean-up*" in my house. Japanese people prepare for the coming new year by cleaning their houses and offices from top to bottom. So it is also good opportunity to tidy up my photo booth :P Hmmm, I will need to find some more slides or films in my stocks--there is plenty of material there! This photograph is a memorial shot I took near the summit of Mt. Hoken (???: 2931 meters above sea level) in the Central Alps (Chuo Alps) in Japan on August 1975--'memorial' referring to the fact that I used my first SLR camera (Nikomat EL) for this shot! I am sorry to be uploading these "old films" in my photostream. I shouldn't be running out of photographs, should I! I think it will be good to upload these memorial photos from next time... but not so often: it is nice to reminisce sometimes and to share my memories with my friends. I will find some time to catch up... Wishing you all a wonderful week! The Central Alps (Chuo Alps), Komagane, Nagano Pref, Japan ??????
Natalie Brockett - Illustration / Fashion
Here is a photo from one of the booths displayed at Design Festa Vol 30. Natalie Brockett Booth No. C-0462 Illustration / Fashion Actually it is the 3rd time exhibiting at Design Festa for the australian illustrator Natalie Brockett. She first found out about Design Festa at the Metropolis Magazine and decides she wants to be a part of it after her first visit. Her art she says is a reflection of the various facettes of her own personality. For that reason she refuses to be put in a box or specialize just in one style. For that reason Design Festa is a very good source of inspiration for her: "Here you can see whats going on in the japanese art scene, get a grip for things that are ging on right now - and that inspires me" In the near future she wants to focus more on fashion - and exhibit at the Design Desta again!
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“Alex Taylor is a fresh new voice, not just in Kentucky, but in American literature.”Chris Offutt
Like a room soaked in the scent of whiskey, perfume, and sweat, Alex Taylor's America is at once intoxicating, vulnerable, and full of brawn. These stories reveal the hidden dangers in the coyote-infested fields, rusty riverbeds, and abandoned logging trails of Kentucky. There we find tactile, misbegotten characters, desperate for the solace found in love, revenge, or just enough coal to keep an elderly woman's stove burning a few more nights. Echoing Flannery O'Connor and William Faulkner, Taylor manages fervor as well as humor in these dusky, shotgun plots, where in one story, a man spends seven days in a jon boat with his fiddle and a Polaroid camera, determined to enact vengeance on the water-logged body of a used car salesman; and in another, a demolition derby enthusiast nicknamed "Wife" watches his two wild, burning love interests duke it out, only to determine he would rather be left alone entirely. Together, these stories present a resonant debut collection from an unexpected new voice in Southern fiction.
Alex Taylor has worked as a day laborer on tobacco farms, as a car detailer at a used automotive lot, as a sorghum peddler, as a tender of suburban lawns, at various fast food chains, and at a cigarette lighter factory. He holds an MFA from the University of Mississippi and now teaches at Western Kentucky University. He lives in Rosine, Kentucky.