Monday, December 17, 2012
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I woke to find this nice email:
Time Magazine included TurningArt in a story they wrote called "Rental Nation" in the recent Sept 24 weekly issue. Attached find the half page photo they used for the article with founder Jason and YOUR ARTWORK, proudly hanging in our office. :)
Thanks for all you do - looks great.
Posted by Duc Ly at 12:10 PM
Monday, September 03, 2012
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Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Time: 20 minutes to set up a site in indexhibit as follows.
Download indexhibitRead the readme
Sign up for free web hosting at zymic.com
Create a free site Unpack indexhibit archive.
Upload contents of that folder using ftp program (like fetch on the mac) to the root directory of the site.
Change permissions for ‘files’, ‘gimgs’ and ‘ndxz-studio/config’ to 777 (could be done before file upload, but also can be done upon file upload)
Create a mysql database and user (you don’t have to put anything in the database, just create one, together with a user)
Run install.php (see readme) and input the name of the database, mysql user, and password you created.
Posted by Duc Ly at 12:00 PM
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
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Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Recently, I watched 'An Unlikely Weapon: The Eddie Adams Story' on Netfix. We've all seen the powerful but gruesome image of the execution but I've never stop to research the story behind it or the photographer who took it. (It has wrongly been credited here. War photographer is also another great story about James Natchwey which I also watched on Netflix. They may have pulled it from instantly watch by now.) There is a story behind that. In fact, the executioner is now living in the States selling pizza. Eddie went to visit the joint and still despise him. Supposely, it was the image that stop the war. Eddie is such a humble guy that he dismisses such notion. It haunted him for years, probably until the end. Dave Navarro has it enlarged and pin to his room.
Related post: hanee loves photography Eddie Adams
Posted by Duc Ly at 2:03 PM