“This is another song from a Swedish band.”
“Are they Swedish or something else?”
“I don’t know—some Scandinavian country I think. The song isn’t bad.”
“I think it’s a bit overplayed—it’s featured in a lot of TV and movies.”
“Yes, I guess you’re right. Did you know that it’s played a lot in evangelical churches, even though it not about religion?”
“Yeah, listen to the lyrics… ‘Save me, I’m lost.’… ‘Oh lord I’ve been waiting for you.’”
“Wow, he was asking for it!”
*Laughs* “Yeah. He probably shouldn’t have added ‘Oh Lord.’”
(The fact that the lead singer looks like [White Jesus][white jesus] doesn’t help either.)
[white jesus]: http://www.stuffwhitechristianslike.com/2009/02/15-white-jesus.html “White Jesesus—Stuff White Christians Like”
Continue reading the lyrics to Show Me What I’m Looking For after the jump
“Supposedly, this guy is the Korean Usher.”:
Me: “Maybe Usher is ?”
I’m just saying, don’t mess with Taeyang or he’ll cut you
…with his hair!
When I was in the third grade, my house got a sample bottle of Prell. I did the same thing as Taeyang to my hair—I’d put it in and not wash it out. Who knew I was ahead of my time?
My Prell mohawk lasted only a day: 1) I ran out of Prell; 2) the thing flopped over by the time I got to school and made me look like a really greasy Adolf Hitler. (Yes, I spent recess with my best friends saluting me with a “seig heil!”)
One of the most annoying aspects of Apple Aperture is that there is no API for RAW plugins. This means that you’re stuck with —and Apple has been slow to update support for the latest cameras. For instance, the Olympus E-P1/E-P2/E-PL1 series has been out since August, selling like hotcakes, but there is still no RAW support for these models, even though the E-30, which is supported, .
Well finally my workaround seems to work for my satisfaction. Whee!
Martuni’s, The Mission, San Francisco, California
Olympus E-P2, M.ZUIKO Digital ED 14-42mm 1:3.5-5.6
1/3sec, iso 160, 14mm (28mm)
For those too lazy to read forward here is the step-by-step:
- Select images in Aperture and choose “Edit with…” Catapult.
- Read and save images in your favorite converter (for me and the E-P1 it is Adobe Camera RAW).
- Reimport images within Catapult and close the box.
Continue reading about How to convert after the jump.