Boy do we have a froofy, layer burrito of photo happenings this week. We hope you saved room. Along with the book, Davidson also released a video that shows the dogs in action. Because the internet is great, right after the video was published someone chopped it up and turned each shaking dog into its own GIF. His name is Tyler Card and he's the dude who put the rest of us camera aficionados to shame in the Halloween costume department. His getup, which he made back in , actually took pictures using an embedded DSLR and flash. Those pictures were then transferred to an old laptop screen on the back that looked exactly like the image screen on a camera. Chop Chop. Highlights would be bong rips with Laotian jungle-clearance crews, getting busted by the cops while high with Jim Morrison and going to Woodstock as an inpatient after having a hole blown in his head in Vietnam.
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By Doree Lewak. February 25, pm Updated February 25, pm. Giphy, the addictive site that showcases all things GIF, has taken a definitive stand in a new partnership with the pantry staple. The debate has raged since when GIFs, known now for their fun looping videos, first surfaced. For those who want to have their cake and eat it too, the J. Smucker Co. Read Next.
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In it he states " Data-ink is the non-erasable core of the graphic , the non-redundant ink arranged in response to variation in the numbers represented" emphasis mine. Tufte asserts that in displaying data we should remove all non-data-ink and redundant data-ink, within reason, to increase the data-ink-ratio and create a sound graphical design. Stephen Few convincingly argues that some redundancy is often more effective and we agree, however, most graphics don't struggle with understatement. Rather than dressing our data up we should be stripping it down. To illustrate how less ink is more effective, attractive and impactive we put together this animated gif. In it we start with a chart, similar to what we've seen in many presentations, and vastly improve it with progressive deletions and no additions. The next time you are trying to improve a chart, consider what you can take away rather than what you can add. August 20, Visualization , Popular.
Last week, while I was brushing my teeth before bed, my phone flashed up with a voice note sent by a close friend. I can't tell you how many dick GIFs I'm getting. What I discovered was this: people are sending Boomeranged solicited nudes to one another. And it's not just dick pics. According to the people I've spoken to, a nude Boomerang offers something that a pic does not: a flirty bit of movement. Boomerang — an Instagram owned app — allows you to create "mini-videos" by capturing 10 photos and sticking them together to create a looping GIF. You can use the app to create Boomerangs without sharing them publicly and you can save them to your phone and send them via a messaging app. Ann not her real name , who works as an editor, told me she started making nudes on Boomerang — Instagram's app which lets you make "mini videos that loop back and forth" — about a year ago.