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Do you often feel blinded when checking your phone in a low to no light area? This helpful tip allows you to create an accessibility shortcut that can easily be turned on, allowing you to avoid pesky eye strain. 
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2015-01-27
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Which two celebrities are mashed up in this image?

Post your comments below, I'll be back to read them.
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We are excited to share the Dux for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus by STM! The Dux is the perfect blend of protection and personalization. This case has taken the iPad market by storm all of 2014. Now you can enjoy these same features on your brand new iPhone.

"STM's most protective and rugged iPhone case yet, the Dux provides best-in-class protection for your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus. Densely reinforced corners molded to a super-tough polycarbonate back panel offers a level of protection unmatched by other iPhone cases."

More on the Dux here: http://www.radtech.us/products/stm-dux-iphone-6-plus-case-clear-back

#iphone6case   #iphone6  
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2014-12-08
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Congratulations to the amazing engineers that made the #Orion  launch so successful. It truly is amazing to see deep space exploration back on the United States radar. Cheers. 
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We now have Dux by STM available for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus! 
This rugged solution will protect your phone with ease, while allowing your own personal flair to shine through. Check out Dux for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus today!


http://www.radtech.us/products/stm-dux-iphone-6-plus-case-clear-back
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If you've followed us for any time at all, you know that we're located in a very dynamic weather zone.

This particular storm generated over 5,000 Lightning strikes in 14 minutes, which is significantly higher than average.

Video was shot on an iPhone 5s over the course of 2 minutes early on Sept 2, and has been compressed to just under 1 minute.
Presented here at 50% normal speed.

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If you've followed us for any time at all, you know that we're located in a very dynamic weather zone.
This particular storm generated over 5,000 Lightning strikes in 14 minutes, which is significantly higher than average.
Photos were shot on Sept 2, using a Canon 70D with a Canon 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6, ISO-100, Bulb (40 seconds). These photos were shot by Alex Ezell of Maryland Heights, MO.
‪#‎STLOUIS‬ ‪#‎Lightning‬ ‪#‎EarthCity‬
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2014-09-03
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‪#‎TechTipTuesday‬
Todays tech tip will come in handy if you need to get an extremely close photo of a small object.
Placing a drop of clean water on your cell phone lens will effectively transform it into a surprisingly effective macro lens - great for capturing extremely fine detail on a small object.
Here's how to do it:
1 - Clean your cell camera lens and place a drop of clean water on the lens so that the drop covers the entire lens surface. The water drop will remain perfectly positioned as long as you don't vigorously shake the phone.
2 - Choose an object to photograph and position in a well-lit spot.
3 - Frame and capture the photo by bringing the camera's lens within 1-2 cm (3/8 - 3/4 inch) of the object being photographed.
The water drop will evaporate within a few minutes, so check it periodically during the shoot.
Photo 1-2: Water Drop Positioning
Photo 3: Closest image of a dime obtainable with a naked lens
Photo 4-6: Macro images of dime with water drop in place
‪#‎RadTechTechTips‬ ‪#‎Macro‬ ‪#‎iPhone‬ ‪#‎Photography‬ ‪#‎Android‬
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2014-08-26
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Our Earth City home is a very dynamic place weather-wise.

Situated at the northeastern end of Tornado Alley, we're quite accustomed to the melodic shrill of Tornado sirens and a steady stream of storm-chasers and weather researchers.
Some may find this too intense for comfort, but there is remarkable beauty and exhilaration in the sheer power of these natural forces.

Last evening we were treated to an enormous, rapidly-rotating cumulonimbus convection system - these often spawn massive tornados. If you're a storm lover, there's lots here to love.

Images captured with an iPhone 5s
Pano mode (60% arc) was used to capture the entire formation which is about 2-3 miles in diameter.
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2014-08-21
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