we geeks discussing how the iPhone can now take photos with the volume-up button since iOS 5 i.e. great minds discussing ideas? haha. wait for the longest article I've ever written in my life and you could just feel what I felt to be there with him reading it. Well, atleast I hope. haha.
SUCH AN UNBELIEVABLY AWESOME EXPERIENCE! It was such an honor to meet, and spend the better part of a day with such a down to earth and inspiring personality, Steve Wozniak. I can't believe I just actually made it up to him and had an experience beyond my expectations. Despite of all the million dollars he's worth, he's just fascinating to talk to and very approachable. I hope we meet sometime soon again if I ever get a chance to go to Silicon Valley haha. Okay, so I think I'm really over the moon right now and I should get back to earth now.
Oh, and for all those who don't know him: Stephen Gary "Steve" Wozniak, known as Woz, is an American computer engineer and programmer who co-founded Apple Computer with Steve Jobs and Ronald Wayne. Wozniak single-handedly invented the Apple I computer and the Apple II computer in the 1970s.
One of the best selling and most viewed photo in the series. I've plenty of others in this series which are equally doing well around the web. But as I found this photo of mine used as an album art of an australian band "The Virtue" last day, I just felt this was worth sharing with you all. Keep an eye! :)
Had a simple shoot of my new phone for the new year's last week and had a plan to work on it asap to post it around stock sites but I realized I'm just so busy doing nothing all day. Studies make me stay away from things I want to do and vice versa. So I finally planned to not study for a day whatsoever and I was done with the image and was happy about the result. It's such a relief once you can finally see the exact image that's been floating around in your head since that idea of yours popped out.
So it's that time of the year again where I summarize all my year into few simple statements. This year turned out to be very similar to 2011, so I'd just like to call it a not bad one. It wasn't as productive as I expected, but it did okay. The productivity bar just didn't surpass 2010's if you look at it on a bar chart. So far, 2010 was just amazing for me in whatever I did, created and achieved. I just think of new year as a big present, you unwrap and open the box on 1st Jan, and get all the gifts one by one throughout the year. And each of them gifts are so unique that makes you react to each one differently. By the end of year, you're done taking all the gifts out of the box while you recieve a new one. So it's a never ending process. And wow, I just thought of this and already got an idea for a shoot in my head haha. I better jot it down quickly. So what y'all need to do now is excuse me and let me open my newly arrived box.
Make it smart, make it beautiful, make it fun. Happy New Year, everyone!