As a photographer, this really spoke to me. That slump is very difficult to get through but it’s what makes a pro a pro. Brilliant.
A small team from Samsung is going to come to Fab 8 with Apple’s chip-making “recipies.” Samsung will help GlobalFoundries set up the manufacturing processes at Fab 8 that will be needed to make the chips.
First casinos, now Apple reshoring their chip production? I’ll take it.
The Latest from My Life Online, profiling internet stars and their lives behind the screen. In the latest episode, VICE travels to upstate New York to get the exclusive with Chris Schewe, better known as Shoenice22, the YouTube sensation known for eating non-edible objects, from tampons to glue. Shoenice does this all, he claims, to raise awareness of world hunger. We sat down with him to talk about his his family, his rise to fame, and what drives him to open his gullet to anything and everything.
The video above provides a introspective look into the life of Chris Schewe and gives you an idea of what’s brought him to where he is now. There’s even a goal behind all the stunts he’s pulled.
Hit the jump for the video of VICE feeding Shoenice a bottle of wood glue.
How rad! If you wanna check out the street view, it’s the Trustco Bank in Schenectady on State Street.
Alex (Alexandrea?) We met at Eldas and you can home with me then ran away. Email me here.
P.S. Hockey sucks
Here’s a link for the dude who posted that: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_burn_centers_in_the_United_States
This past Friday, I realized something that I’ve realized many times before: I spend way too much fucking time on Facebook.
A lot of us do.
The hardest addictions to break are the ones that you consciously enjoy and consistently indulge in, especially without thinking twice about it.
I set up my Facebook account in 2007, and in the years following, haven’t really gone weeks at a time without checking it at least once per day. I use Facebook and Facebook uses me.
A Facebook addiction really is a complicated one. I did some research on the subject and was partly grossed out, partly in understanding. There’s books and books about it. The only people that I know who don’t fit under an addictive category to some degree regarding the site are the people who have gone years without using the service at all. And those people are equated to be psychopaths and people who raise concern to potential employers. Strange times.
This project took photographer Christine Neely and myself into some of the hardest hit areas after Hurricane Sandy hit the east coast. Traveling by bike, subway and train, we were able to get access to many different areas, as well as talk to many different people and hear their stories. These are some of those stories and images I captured.
Another look into what’s really happening just a hundred or so miles south of us. This video focuses more on the people and stories rather than just shock-value destruction. I know 8 minutes is long for the internet’s attention span, but really, take the time and watch this.