No, not William Tell, but Peter Belanger. Quite an impressive client list too. He apparently uses a Canon 5D Mk III and the 24-70 mm f/2.8 is one of his favourite lenses.
via The illusion of simplicity: photographer Peter Belanger on shooting for Apple | The Verge.
I’m sure Thane would have had even better things to write had he studied in Bengal:
Most of my friends were 3rd years, like me, and all of them were obviously very bright. I was curious about what their plans were after they graduated. With only a few exceptions, they were planning on pursuing second undergraduate degrees at foreign universities.
“Wait, what?! You are studying here for three years just so you can go do it again for four more years?” I could not grasp the logic of this. What changed my understanding was when I started taking classes at St. Stephen’s College. Except for one, they were horrible.
This Indian defensiveness is false nationalism. It is not a stance that cares about India, it is one that cares about what others think of India, which is not nationalism. That is narcissism.
via An Indian education? – The Hindu.
I favor disguises that change character rather than looks when running from the police. The German Tourist disguise was terrific. I looked exactly like me but no-one searching for me paid me any mind. Here is another common disguise I used that would work for any well known CEO.
via Daring Fireball Linked List: John McAfee Answers Questions From Slashdot Readers.