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Aaron Weiss
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Free free free today! As in beer!
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Grumpy cat pukes rainbows. You got your meme in my chalk art.
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Coors factory at sunset.
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What a crock of s**t. I checked out when you got through 13 minutes of ISO demos without mentioning pixel density or disclosing the pixel counts of the sensors you used in your demo. Your equation makes ZERO logical sense if it doesn't account for pixel density.

Put it another way -- compare the low light performance of the Sony A7s (12 MP) to the A7r (36 MP). The sensors are the exact same size, but the A7r is MUCH noisier because the photosites are (roughly) 70% smaller.

Similarly, a 4 MP MFT sensor will likely have much better high ISO performance than, say, a 24 MP FF sensor. So that "square of the crop factor" nonsense you invented is pointless.
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This is really awesome perspective. Get ready to scroll. +Ethan Siegel, have you seen this?
It would take about seven months to travel this distance in a spaceship. Better be some good in-flight entertainment. In case you're wondering, you'd need about 2000 feature-length movies to occupy that many waking hours. Sit back and relax. Jupiter is more than 3 times as far as we just ...
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Wow... thanks for sharing that. I think it took me about 10 minutes to get through that whole thing. The distance between Uranus and Neptune seemed the longest for some reason.

...and the creepy new iPhone 6 features on his main website (joshworth.com) were very amusing!
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Highlights from the Denver Chalk Art Festival.
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All shots taken with my trusty Sony SLT-A57 and Takumar 24mm f/3.5 lens. Processed in primarily in Lightroom and Nik Color Efex.
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  • Center for Western Priorities
    Media Director, 2015 - present
  • E. W. Scripps Company
    National News Executive Producer, 2015
  • KMEG & KPTH
    News Director, 2012 - 2014
  • KGW Media Group
    Integration Manager, 2002 - 2012
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Conservation communications professional. Formerly: EW Scripps, Belo, Microsoft.
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An Emmy. A couple Murrows. A couple patents. A baby. Proudest of the baby.
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We got here at 6:09pm for a Father's Day dinner. (I looked at the clock to see if we made happy hour.) We were seated on the patio and given a few cold, crunchy garlic knots. After 20 minutes with no service, my wife went to the bar and ordered drinks, walking past two servers who weren't doing anything. She informed the bartender we hadn't seen a server yet, to which the bartender did not apologize, but rather replied, "Did someone seat you, or did you seat yourself?" My wife and the bartender came back with drinks. We finished them. At 6:50, a busboy came by the table and asked if we needed anything. Keep in mind, we now have a table with menus, empty drinks, and an empty basket in front of us. We asked for a server or a manager. He left and came back to inform us someone would be with us in a few minutes. We left $5 on the table, having never seen a manager or waitstaff. I understand that tables get dropped and stuff happens. Good restaurants do what they can to make it right. Bad ones let you walk out the door without so much as an apology. After an experience like tonight's, I can't imagine why JJ's is still in business.
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Get anything that's smothered with green chile.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Wonderful food with fabulous and knowledgeable service. The rabbit pappardelle pasta was a standout. Sit outside if Mother Nature is cooperating.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
A perfectly serviceable high-end steakhouse. Expertly-prepared and completely unimaginative. If you're looking for that kind of classic throwback dining experience, they deliver.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Great sandwiches on amazing bread, homemade soups, wonderful coffee.
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