Some Other Things
Air Supplies in the UK are running a competition for model makers on their site. In a nutshell they’re asking you to show them your favourite model from your collection. Trains, Warhammer, Wargaming, Airfix, Table Top Gaming, etc – it doesn’t matter what the model is it just has to be one that you’ve painted, built or even designed yourself. They want to see the one you’re most proud of to be in with a chance of winning a Bambi BB8 Compressor they are giving away as the 1st Prize.
Wargame Holidays have announced their 2014 Schedule. They include World War 2 (20mm Normandy 1944 and Crete 1941); Anglo-Zulu War (Isandlwana in 15mm and Rorke’s Drift in 28mm); Black Powder in 28mm (American Civil War, Indian Mutiny, and French & Indian Wars); Pirate ship to ship action (in 28mm); and new in 2014:
For those of you who celebrate Christmas I’d like to wish you all the best and look forward to a great 2012 and thank you all for reading my blog!
Okay – completely off-topic for my usual blog content, however I just had to post this up – basically it’s why we should destroy mobile phones and not use cloud technologies. I absolutely laughed myself silly – I can’t believe this is coming from a former senior member of a government! Technology, well, it’s like black magic …right?
I originally saw this on Mauricio Freitas’ blog.
In November 2008, New Zealand Photographer Kate MacPherson introduced sixteen children from Mercy Home in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to digital cameras. All had come either directly from living on the streets or from extremely poor and underprivileged backgrounds and had never seen a camera before. Their enthusiasm and delight in photography have culminated in some incredibly unique and inspired imagery. You can view and buy their images (the funds from purchases going to support them). Learn more at Eyes from Ethiopia…