An unidentified demonstrator flashes a sign reading “Free software, Open source” as he rushes across the stage following a speech by Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates — standing in the middle of teh group at the rear — in Beijing.
The percent number behind the resolution refers to the amount of users that used this very resolution in the year of 2006 on my websites.
Since people keep telling me that you can achieve better HDR results by taking images with different exposures, I performed a test for this. I was quite surprised by the result.
Zhouzhuang is supposed to be the most famous, or at least beautiful, water town in China. You may have never heard of it, but there is a chance that you have seen it: It is used during the showdown of the third Mission: Impossible movie with Tom Cruise.
I always wondered why there is no Beijing version of that website, why there is no Beijingist. Now I know why, having been in the capitol of China for a couple of days.
Except for the first ten minutes, when you walk around with a open mouth wondering if you’re on the set of a new SciFi movie.
After the flower has bloomed, though, you don’t drink yet – first you throw the ‘old’ water out and add new hot water, as the first amount of hot water also ‘cleaned’ the flower from dirt.