Billy Idol – Still rocking it at like 700 years old
Thanks you +NASA and JPL http://planetquest.jpl.nasa.gov/media_categories?category=6 In Album 2015-01-10
Have to say the best thing about Android is flexibility and customization…… but you all know we that already… Nice how a simple icon pack and a new launcher can totally change the feel and performance of a device… In Album 1/10/15
Go out and look up! Originally shared by +StarTalk Comet Lovejoy, naked-eye!From StarTalk photographer Elliot Severn: Comet Loveloy is now a naked eye object in dark areas and is an easy target for binoculars and telescopes. Here's where to find it as of 1/8/15. It will be slightly higher each night. See more of Elliot's work at: http://www.spaceflightphotography.com/
Everyone should read and chime in on this post from +Tamara Pruessner as I have seen this decline in G+ and it worries me and my continuing participation.. make sure to comment on her post…. and this one if you wish… Originally shared by +Tamara Pruessner New Day's Hope I have been doing a lot of thinking about how my main stream no longer shows everyone, or even a few and their newest posts, about how my own posts get increasingly smaller interaction, and how if my posts are doing that, then everyone's are. I think the algorithm that governs what we see and what others see of our own stuff has gotten too restrictive. And it frustrates me to no end – especially when I have 100 new posts in my stream and most are either 24 hours old, something I have already seen (and plussed or commented) or both. Fresh isn't happening anymore and it is FRUSTRATING. I don't normally notify anyone of my posts but for this, I am (and I am not even sure how many will get the notification – over 3500 in my circles). What I am proposing is an experiment of sorts. To […]
http://heritage.stsci.edu/ #hubblespacetelescope In Album 2015-01-07
Originally shared by +My Nikon Life Introducing a thrilling new 300mm f/4 prime lens that will change the way you pursue your photography. The new AF-S NIKKOR 300mm f/4E PF ED VR is the world's lightest 300mm lens that delivers unparalleled portability and performance – all thanks to the new Phase Fresnel lens element. Leverage the capabilities of your FX-format DSLR to capture pictures with exceptional sharpness, clarity and minimal chromatic aberration or ghosting. Find out more about the revolutionary lens that deserves a place in every serious photographer’s bag: http://bit.ly/1KgcYkb In Album 2015-01-05
God I miss the old days…. When finding something was life threatening..
Hey 1997 called and they want your portable CD player back!