Just for you, some paper rulers you can print out for when you don't have a conventional ruler to hand.
Bless the Web.
Monday, March 24, 2008
Sunday, March 23, 2008
Vanity Fair was launched in 1913 by Condé Nast, whose vision was to produce an insightful magazine reflecting the era’s vibrant culture
Now 150 portraits of artistic, literary, sporting, fashion and high-society leading lights, photographed by legends from Cecil Beaton and Man Ray to Mario Testino and Annie Leibovitz,have been gleaned from its glossy pages to the walls of the National Portrait Gallery
In the early selection from 1913-1936, artists, dancers, writers, and scientists, such as Claude Monet, Albert Einstein, and Charlie Chaplin, hang next to society beauties such as Jean Harlow and Greta Garbo. Publication of Vanity Fair was suspended in 1936, owing to the Depression and stormy global events, but it relaunched again in the 1980s. The contemporary photos are more venturesome and we are treated to the likes of Tom Cruise, Keira Knightley, Madonna and George Clooney. And of course who can forget that front cover of a heavily pregnant Demi Moore.
If you're seriously interested in photography you shouldn't miss the Vanity Fair Portraits exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, St Martin's Place, London, WC2, £8-£10, until May 26th. I thoroughly recommend it.
Saturday, March 22, 2008
Workology.com is a new social networking site for freelancers and SME’s where amongst other things you can create your own Mini Site to showcase your expertise, skills and services, and also connect and share advice with others in the freelance world.
02/04/08 UPDATE: And here's another one which actually sounds even better.
These babies are springing up all over the place.