Letter and DtheB be are two college students born and bred in the Bay Area California, who often have enlightening, funny, or disturbing discussions on a variety of subjects. Rather than let them disappear into the ether, they decided to record them for posterity. Topics already covered include; Video Games, Drug Policy, Pop Culture, and Recreational Cyclists. Really it\\\'s about discussing what we\\\'ve got on our mind, making sense of the world as we see it, and having a bit of fun. DB and I go way back, we\\\'ve been hanging out since Junior High. When I thought of making a webshow, there was only one person I wanted to work with, we\\\'re having a blast with this, hope you do too. Podcast is listed as explicit due to occasional nonbleeped swearing.
Discover your digital photo artistry! In the latest 3 episodes, I share my approach with both Aperture and Lightroom - showing similarities and unique tools for adjustment, as they apply to a specific image - a Tuscan Vineyard in the morning light. Also check out previous episodes featuring Aperture. -- Jim Everett lives in Los Angeles - originally from Australia, Jim is a photographic artist and entertaining presenter who demystifies technology. He launched and managed the initial development of User Learning for OSX at Apple. He was a repeat guest on the G4 Tech TV Canada "The Lab With Leo Laporte" show (see episodes), is a contributor to Photo Marketing Association on digital imaging and was featured in a PMA inflight video on American Airlines. Three podcasts featured on G4 Tech TV series "Torrent". Jim's prints were included in in an exhibition at LAX and Ontario International, "Distinctive Artists of Southern California". View photo work and artistry at http://jimeverettphotography.com, and http://flickr.com/photos/jimgeverett
By Jim G Everett
A podcast about gardening hosted by Steve Whysall. Born in Nottingham, England, Steve Whysall has been the garden writer for The Sun for more than a decade. His column appears every Friday along with two other garden features he writes, Flowering Now and The Minute Read.
By The Vancouver Sun