From “NSA Spying: Now It's Personal”
Do privacy and other data protection policies have any meaning if the US Gooferment does whatever it pleases?
From “Xcode 6 Beta with Swift Available to All Registered Apple Developers”
I just started learning Swift. It feels like a mashup of Python and Objective C. Hopefully I'll get much more use out of Swift than I did with Objective C.
I'm back dear friends and I also have some new photos for you! I hope you are doing well and I wish you a nice week!
#soothingphotography curated by
#kinderdijk #netherland #windmills
From “Loopholes for Circumventing the Constitution”, the NSA Statement, and Our Response
Freedom to Tinker
From “ACLU Sues US Gov Over Program that Can Mark You as ‘Suspcious’ for Taking Photos in Public”
From “Now Chinese state TV says iPhones are a threat to national security”
La foto la hice con luz natural de una ventana a la izquierda de la foto, tapando la luz directa con una sábana para mitigar el exceso de luz y una cartulina blanca a la derecha para que reflejara la luz. Es una foto sencilla sin ninguna pretensión. Para dar un toque de color acompañé con higos y una ramita de flores. El yogur griego en el platito me parece que complementa el conjunto y da mayor punto de cremosidad a la receta. Utilicé mi NIKON D5200 y el 50 mm 1.4.
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