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Slovakia has announced it will not accept any Muslim refugees because the Slovak politicians justify themselves by explaining that there are very few Muslims in Slovakia, there are no mosques, so that these Muslim refugees could not integrate. Indeed, Muslims account for only 0.2% of the populati
"During the summer months of 2014, the Eastern Aegean islands have been faced with a dramatic increase in refugee arrivals. The horrific developments in the Middle East (Syria, Iraq, Palestine) are known and the state of emergency in the area internationally recognized. Perhaps now more than ever
Benedict took off his shoes, a pair of white slippers were placed, entered the Blue Mosque in Istanbul and, once inside, stopped at the point facing Mecca and prayed for a minute. The power of the image and its implications were such that immediately broke out in the papal entourage some heady By
In Germany, bullied and persecuted Christians, simply because they are Christians? Fleeing Islamist terror militias in Syria and now also Iraq save more and more desperate Oriental Christians to Germany; only to be tortured as an asylum seeker sometimes by Islamists and threatened. The show joint
Since the reopening of the Serbian-Croatian border and more people came into the EU country than ever before in one day. Serbian media are celebrating the war rhetoric. In Croatia so many refugees have arrived as ever in one day on Friday. The Interior Ministry said on Saturday o
Thrift stores ,resale, Goodwill are all savy shopping spots. Goodwill doubles as a community bonus since it gives back to others by providing jobs and job education. Goodwill is also a find anything store. You can buy furniture, toys, baby clothes, jackets, name brand purses, etc. at all l
I just finished the entire Kelby Training series of videos about CS4, and I don't see much there that I really need.
The main emphasis seems to be making it easier for people who like icons and toolbars rather than menus and keyboard shortcuts. That's not me, so they missed me there. F
PhotoScope 600-1800mm (35mm eq) fixed lens f/2.4-3.3 7MP OLED screen weighs 3kg The PhotoScope™ enables the simultaneous observation an
Wheter or not the APS-C format will be continued in the future has been discussed before. After Photokina more manufacturars go for the full-format sensor.
Todays L.A. Times business section, tiny part of page, headlined under Patents. Page C3 column one.
"Canon Inc. and Nikon Corp. were sued by Caltech and accus
More performance improvements - faster saving for all multi CPU systems.
Special support for systems with more than 2 CPUs (this means Mac Pro) for donators. Very significant performance improvements in preview generation and saving from 2 to 6 tim
S3Photopro Tech: Photo enhancing application , that enhances photos , showcases GPU performance, vs CPU, but still runs on standards CPU's. Said to run 100x faster on a chrome GPU than CPU, but still only takes a second or 2 on my core2duo
I quite like the output, but wonder what it is
I definitely don't take up anymore the way the sharpness/definition in RAW and JPEG is tested by DPR.
As I've told it so many times, the lenses are essential to the final result, and judging something without PRECISELY define each step and each element is not fair.
I'm a Canon
Now that Hoya has publicly downsized expectations, Samsung is left finding a way to grow in digital cameras. Since Canon and Nikon dominate APS-C in DSLR'S, that leaves a competition, using new technology, against Olympus and Panasonic as the alternative - note their rationale for a lighter-
This is a very interesting development.
Eliminating the mechanicals of a mirror will certainly produce a compact camera; prob
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