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Canon 5200mm f/14 lens

…really looks like a cannon. ;-) This is the most mammoth camera lens I’ve ever seen, and has almost unbelievable specifications: From CanonFD.com: Focal Length: 5150mm Exposure Control: Light quantity is controlled with the use of built-in ND filters, corresponding

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Ryugyong Hotel (Pyongyang, DPRK)

Update: Check out the new construction on the hotel! In my continuing search for new and interesting articles due directly to my incredible fascination with North Korea (Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea), I recently found an article in Esquire about

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Wired Multimedia: Japan’s Hottest Celebrity Bloggers

Do you need any more info? ;-) If you go to Japan and tell people you’re a blogger, they might assume you’re a celebrity. While blogs are making incredible headway as a source of credible information in the United States,

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Super Nintendo Emulator SE

Just found out about this today – I was always curious as to how they developed games for the Super Nintendo… Super Nintendo Emulator SE From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Super Nintendo Emulator SE was a Nintendo-sponsored game development

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WebUrbanist: Abandoned Cities, Places and Property

Great article from WebUrbanist about abandoned places and websites related to these abandonments… What is it about abandoned places, frozen in time, that makes them seem more real than any other representation of history we encounter? From individual structures to

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Juche Girl

If you know me, or have read my blog in the past, you’re probably familiar with my fascination with North Korea (DPRK) and everything related to it. So, when I found the “Juche Girl” blog (http://juchegirl.blogspot.com/) today, I was ecstatic.

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Burlington Cold War City

I’ve always been fascinated by urban exploration and abandoned/decommissioned buildings and structures (as evidenced by my category Fascinations\Urban Spelunking), so this article definitely piqued my interest: If you thought The Greenbrier bunker was impressive wait till you see what the

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Download Squad: Windows Steady State Bulletproofs Your System

This is well worth the read and download if you’re in IT or tend to your family’s computer(s) on occasion. (Probably more useful in the latter scenario, anyway.) So you’re thinking, “Hey, I want to be totally irresponsible with my

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True-Color GIF Example

The mistaken belief that GIF has a limit of 256 colors probably comes from the way GIF was first used when it came out. In the late 1980′s, PC video cards generally supported no more than 256 colors. Image exchanges

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Logical Awesome

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That’s Right.

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