|Now in Florida|
The ones that make you look like a cat or a dog or a deer or whatever? I just don't get it.
I agree. Stupid!
The ABSOLUTE worst one is HDR.
Eeewwww, don't touch it!
Here, poke at it with this stick.
|The Joy Maker|
It's a way to perfect facial recognition software, disguised as a fun toy.
|Prince of Cats|
My company hired a 19 year old insurance agent, he switched his company photo to one of the filters with deer ears and nose. His lead and I saw it at the same time, seems the lead had already made a correction earlier that morning, and was not happy about having to do it again.
The ones that mess with your eyes I find especially creepy for some reason.
I have a friend on Facespace who constantly posts pictures with one that puts bunny ears on her. Every time I see one of those, I'm tempted to post an image of Elmer Fudd in Viking armor with the quote "KILL DA WABBIT!"
Personally, my favorite filter is "clear."
"In order to understand recursion, you must first learn the principle of recursion."
|Fighting the good fight|
Much like how "Pokemon Go" is a way to gather huge amounts of mapping data, disguised as a game.
And cell phones being used as spying devices to map your every move, interests, associates, purchases, web browsing activity, sleeping schedule...
I couldn't agree more. I've played around with HDR and I have never had a photo come out better because of it.
"If you can't be a good example, then you'll have to be a horrible warning" -Catherine Aird
There are some people those filters would help!
Sons of the Republic of Texas, NRA, TSRA
God Bless America
|The Joy Maker|
Started a Rush station on Pandora, and it kept playing like Van Halen and AC/DC and Black Sabbath, so I complained, out loud, to my girlfriend that none of this is comparable to Rush, and we've been listening for a half hour or 45 minutes and they haven't even played any Yes. Next song was Yes. Fuckin' spying on me while I'm trying to enjoy some prog-rock with my ladyfriend next to the fire!
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