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The Slow-Photography Movement, Palm's webOS Tablets

instagramHere are a few of the other noteworthy things we saw today on our never-ending journey through the wild, wild Web.


The slow-photography movement asks what is the point of taking pictures?
What gets lost is the idea that photography might force you to spend time looking at what is in front of you, noticing what you might otherwise ignore.
Film score report
The main-title music returns at crucial moments, notably when Zuckerberg, under interrogation by lawyers, witheringly answers the question "Do you think I deserve your full attention?" No less effective are the brutal, catatonic dance tracks that play at intervals and the disconcerting electronic manipulation of Grieg's "In the Hall of the Mountain King" that accompanies the Winkelvoss twins at the Henley Rowing Regatta.



  • We've been hearing rumors of a Palm tablet for months now, and Engadget's got some glossy internal renderings of what's being called the Topaz webOS tablet. [From: Engadget]
  • Keep an eye on The Atlantic's new 'In Focus' blog from Alan Taylor, the creator of the Boston Globe's 'Big Picture' photo blog. [From: In Focus]

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