Archive for April, 2011

Fuji Finepix X100: Old School Meets Digital


Ever since I showed up to photography class in High School with my fathers heavy old Nikon SLR, i’ve been hooked. Black and white photography pulled me in but now in the digital world, the ease and instant gratification of digital photography keep my interest going. Although i’m happy with my affordable Nikon D40, which takes great pictures, it’s hard not to salivate over the high end cameras that have more features than I would ever know what to do with. Most high end cameras today are packed into a modern looking package but some companies like Leica try to keep the look vintage.  This vintage look and feel however, often come at a very steep price.

This year Fuji has entered the scene with the X100, a new and powerful compact digital camera that looks like a vintage SLR complete with leather like wrap and alloy body, but with the heart of a digital camera. Although still very expensive at just around $1,200, it is almost half the price of a comparable Leica.

To learn more check out the Fuji site.

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Celebrate Legendary Baseball Facial Hair With Nike Hair-itage Tees

MLB Baseball has seen it’s fair share of interesting facial hair over the years.  From mullets to beards to mustaches, many famous baseball players will forever be remembered by their choice of facial hair style.  What better way to imortalize these hair styles than a tee shirt.  I’m definitely going to snag a Don Mattingly tee for myself – where would Donny Baseball be today without that ’stache?

New York Yankees Navy Nike Cooperstown Hair-itage Don Mattingly Player Tee

Seattle Mariners Royal Nike Cooperstown Hair-itage Randy Johnson Player Tee

Get yours at The National Baseball Hall of Fame Shop here: Nike Hair-itage Tees

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Who’s Gonna Save The World Tonight?

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Seeing Steve Angello DJ at Ruby Skye the other week was definitely one of the best live performances i’ve ever been to.  Angello and the rest of The Swedish House Mafia have been putting out some serious heat over the past couple of years and if you have the chance to see them, you have to do it.  One song that stood out was “Save The World” which Pete Tong just debuted on BBC the other night.  The energy of this song live was amazing, but this recording will have to do for those who weren’t there – enjoy:

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