iPod - Learn How It Can Solve Everyday ProblemsWritten by Mircea Cojocaru
All over world, people carry with them walkmans and other music devices so that they can play their favorite music as they move around from place to place. The latest thing in portable music devices field is iPod, which offers a higher quality of music being played and one of most compact design out there.
The iPod allows you to play your music for an very long time (up to 12 hours for most of them) and have a huge amount of storage (some have 30GB). You can store thousands songs within a standard iPod and have instant access to them wherever you are at moment. This makes them perfect choice for your nowadays music necessities.
With iPods, transferring music from a CD takes less than 5 seconds, assuming that you use FireWire and USB 2.0 support and can be transferred in a rather wide variety of formats, such as MP3, WMA, or AAC. With iPods, users have ability of importing songs from CDs, shuffling through songs, or choosing specific playlists, to name just a few of iPods' features.
Taking Professional Quality PicturesWritten by Ryan Fyfe
By now I’m sure you’ve used Either a digital or film camera. You’ve taken pictures and had them developed and just weren’t satisfied with Quality. You don’t need to be a professional or have a really expensive camera to take good photos. Here are some tips that can help you take your photo’s from 0-100 in no time.
Master your camera (Focus, Flash, Red-Eye, Shooting Modes, etc) Take more pictures (especially with Digital) Mix up your photos (portrait/Landscape) Center your image around your target Never shoot into a source of light Try to use non-distracting backgrounds Get Close - Zoom with your feet not with a button Take advantage of shadows and reflections Try different angles Pay attention to vertical/horizontal lines Shoot at highest resolution available Use appropriate film for shooting scenario’s Pay a little extra to have photo’s developed at a quality shop