Color Picker Pen by Jinsu Park

November 29th, 2010

Color Picker Pen by Jinsu Park
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Korean designer jinsu park designed a con­cept pen that adopts the eye­drop­per tool of pho­to­shop for real life. The color picker pen enables col­ors in the envi­ron­ment to be scanned and instantly used for draw­ing. This seems too good to be true but I need it! Pics and write up after the jump!

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Woodworking Business: Start Quickly and Operate Successfully: An Expert Woodworker Reveals The Keys To Succeeding In The Woodworking Business

November 27th, 2010

Woodworking Business: Start Quickly and Operate Successfully: An Expert Woodworker Reveals The Keys To Succeeding In The Woodworking Business

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Praise for Woodworking Business: Start Quickly and Operate Successfully: “Woodworking Business: Start Quickly and Operate Successfully is a must read with practical tips on every aspect of the woodworking trade. I would recommend this book to anyone in the woodworking profession. The insight within this book will do wonders for your business. It is one of the few books I have read more than once. This book is a remarkable tool that not only helped me in the beginning; it serves as a reference that I can look back on when I have questions about my business.” Chris Looney “I would like to thank you for your latest book Woodworking Business:Start Quickly and Operate Successfully. It has been of immense value to me while I start up my own woodworking business. I soon discovered that it is an entire business plan and that alone has saved me hundreds of hours of writing and research. I particularly liked your simplified woodworking chapter which I intend to adopt to improve my profitability.” Neil Rogers Order your copy of “Woodworking Business: Start Quickly And Operate Successfully” now and start making money with your skills.



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More Vintage BMX, Nick Philip, Zak Shaw

November 25th, 2010

Zak Shaw, Nick Philip, Chingford BMX Ramp 1988Nick Philip at work stickering the ramp with Anarchic Adjustment stickers back in 1988, before taking it to America. Zak Shaw looks on as local offers up a loco Twist from low to high…

slithering back in whenever and wherever he wished. He used the whole of the ramp with no holds barred: carving Bone-air, jamming Saran type things, snapping aggro Inverts on the other side then back for a tech¬nical lip manoeuvre on the other wall. Even if he hadn’t thrown in all the variations, watching him butcher the ramp with his carves would have been enough for me. Mental! Ever since his days of channel jumping at Meanwhile Greg Guillotte has been a gnarly risk-taker, and his performance at Chingford was no exception. Pure energy.

AGROUP
The A group was decidedly under-staffed. It consisted of Graham Marfleet, Greg Guillotte and Jason Ellis. Mike Canning, Scot Carol, Lee Reynolds and company were all absent. This didn’t affect the intensity of the action but only the length of time it lasted. Graham Marfleet is really pushing the limits these days and making some waves: he’s been around for ever but now people are starting to take notice. Lips, air contortion and street are where he is strong. Graham’s runs centred around airs from the high section to the low section — gnarly variations like X-down One Footer, Double Can-cans, One-hand One-footers and tweako Look-backs. The Lip was in there also: he did one Front-wheel Hop-drop where his foot flailed but he regained control and made it. Crowd elated, rider stoked: Marfleet tore — he stays on.

Greg Guillotte had the over-vert section wired: airs 8 feet out, swinging double variations like No-footers to Turn-downs, BIG Inverts, One-handed Turn-downs — and he was SMOOTH. He has the best compressing and carving lines and he gave the lip mammoth amounts of abuse with stuff like low to high Chain-ring Rock’n’Rolls to Air in, low to high No-foot Jumps on to the platform and Disasters two feet out. Greg’s completely at home on the lip, jumping out C Group riders with a lot of bail-age going on. But there were also killer variations like double Can-can to Rocket in there around and above the lip. Zak was attempting twists out of the low section which was a real stoke.

The atmosphere was laid back, as it always is at that ramp. Everything was very mellow: the sun was saying hello and a knowledgeable, sizeable crowd was kicking back. There was a good healthy attitude on the platforms too. Everyone was en¬couraged to enter by Tim Ruck, event organiser and rider: his painless organisation and ex-ecution of the event made the whole thing come together.

Jason Ellis had been doing some dorkey stuff early in the day, but during his run dorking was the last thing he was doing. He was serious! Ellis has just got the raddest style. Everything works for him: he’s smooth, fast, aggressive, fluid, tweaked and high. He’s a pleasure to watch. He throws his GT all over the place, landing everything smoothly just below the coping ready for his pump and his next air. Jason’s variations included Back-cans, No-foot X-ups, Hand-can Can-cans, blistering Griz Airs, unholy Inverts, Clicked Turn-downs, Double Can-cans, Candy-bars, and Invert One-footers. He was shredding. He also did his patented front peg Drop-ins but his airs were his strength. With his uniform on Jason Ellis looks tike an over aggressive Josh White; he’s definitely one of the best vert riders we have.

As the jam drew to a close I was pleased to note that there were few major slams. Greg had a harsh 540° but got up unhurt. He won, maybe because Ellis was very tired on his tast run. The fatigue factor was impor¬tant on this occasion: with so few A Group riders the gap between runs was very short.

T Shirts and cheques were handed out as prizes and the crowd drifted over to the pad-dling pool for the customary jam circle. Phil Dolan per-formed. The talk was of the jam and of plans for the next day — riding plans that is.

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Ben Askren, Jay Hieron and Michael Chandler Win at Bellator 40

November 23rd, 2010
  • Michael David Smith
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Bellator welterweight champion Ben Askren won a one-sided unanimous decision in a non-title match, and Jay Hieron and Michael Chandler advanced to the finals of their respective Season 4 tournaments on Saturday night at Bellator 40.

As is so often the case, Bellator put on an entertaining show on MTV2, but it will be largely overlooked because it took place on a night when there was a bigger MMA event going on in the Strikeforce card on Showtime. That’s a shame for Bellator, which is putting good fighters in the cage consistently.

Askren is one of the best wrestlers in MMA, and it was no surprise that he completely dominated Nick Thompson. All three judges scored the fight 30-27 for Askren, who’s the best welterweight outside the UFC and Strikeforce.

Hieron won a hard-fought unanimous decision over Brent Weedman to advance to the finals of Bellator’s welterweight tournament. Weedman dropped Hieron with a punch just 25 seconds into the first round and then mounted him on the ground, and in the early going it appeared that Weedman was going to pull the upset.

But as the fight wore on Hieron was able to do just enough to grind out a close decision, as all three judges scored it 29-28 for Hieron, who will fight Rick Hawn in the welterweight tournament final.

In a semifinal bout in Bellator’s lightweight tournament, Chandler grinded his way to a unanimous decision victory over the previously undefeated Lloyd Woodard. Chandler started the fight on a furious pace, charging forward with punches and then body slamming Woodard to the canvas, and although Woodard was game throughout, it was Chandler who was more aggressive and generally controlled the pace of the fight. All three judges scored the bout 29-28 for Chandler, as did I.

Now Chander, who improved his professional MMA record to 7-0, will prepare to fight Patricky “Pitbull” Freire in the lightweight tournament final in what should be an excellent fight.

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Ben Askren, Jay Hieron and Michael Chandler Win at Bellator 40

November 22nd, 2010
  • Michael David Smith
  • Lead Blogger
Bellator welterweight champion Ben Askren won a one-sided unanimous decision in a non-title match, and Jay Hieron and Michael Chandler advanced to the finals of their respective Season 4 tournaments on Saturday night at Bellator 40.

As is so often the case, Bellator put on an entertaining show on MTV2, but it will be largely overlooked because it took place on a night when there was a bigger MMA event going on in the Strikeforce card on Showtime. That’s a shame for Bellator, which is putting good fighters in the cage consistently.

Askren is one of the best wrestlers in MMA, and it was no surprise that he completely dominated Nick Thompson. All three judges scored the fight 30-27 for Askren, who’s the best welterweight outside the UFC and Strikeforce.

Hieron won a hard-fought unanimous decision over Brent Weedman to advance to the finals of Bellator’s welterweight tournament. Weedman dropped Hieron with a punch just 25 seconds into the first round and then mounted him on the ground, and in the early going it appeared that Weedman was going to pull the upset.

But as the fight wore on Hieron was able to do just enough to grind out a close decision, as all three judges scored it 29-28 for Hieron, who will fight Rick Hawn in the welterweight tournament final.

In a semifinal bout in Bellator’s lightweight tournament, Chandler grinded his way to a unanimous decision victory over the previously undefeated Lloyd Woodard. Chandler started the fight on a furious pace, charging forward with punches and then body slamming Woodard to the canvas, and although Woodard was game throughout, it was Chandler who was more aggressive and generally controlled the pace of the fight. All three judges scored the bout 29-28 for Chandler, as did I.

Now Chander, who improved his professional MMA record to 7-0, will prepare to fight Patricky “Pitbull” Freire in the lightweight tournament final in what should be an excellent fight.

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Mexico’s handicrafts

November 19th, 2010

One of my favorite days in Mexico was spent at a market filled with color. There were Katarinas (Dia De Los Muertos Southern belles), figures all hand painted, woven and beaded jewelry and tons of handicrafts. It was heaven. Weeks later, I’m looking back at these photos wishing I would have bought more. But I guess that always happens, right?

Enjoy these photos; there are a lot.


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Chris Troy’s full HD part from Adio Footwear’s Going Forward.

November 17th, 2010

Watch Chris Troy’s new HD part from Adio Footwear’s Going Forward. Better full screen that mess!

Adio Footwear Presents “Going Forward”-Chris Troy

…beautiful footy.

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Anarchic Adjustment Not an Advert and Clan + Mach Adverts from 1988

November 9th, 2010

Anarchic Adjustment Advert 1988To Remain Underground and Exclusive is to Resist the Mainstream
Therefore This is Not an Anarchic Adjustment Advert

It may seem unfair to place so much emphasis on the Anarchic Adjustment advert here when there are also ads from Glasgow stalwarts, Clan and Mach in Edinburgh, but I saw Nick last month for the first time in a decade. So this is very topical.

In the early days of R.a.D there were two of us sharing a single desk in the corner of someone else’s office. Nick defined the future of R.a.D just as much as I did. And he’s still at it: as his blog puts it: “Somewhere Something Incredible is Waiting to be Known.”

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