"DO YOU feel uneasy when you delete files from your computer? Does it seem somehow wrong to consign all those once-valued words to a state of nonexistence, simply by pressing a button on your keyboard?
If so, help is at hand. A Buddhist monk in Japan has set up a virtual temple on the Internet to take applications to have memorial services performed for software that has become useless, business projects that have failed and information that has been "lost" or deleted.
Shokyu Ishiko, who is the chief priest of the Daioh Temple in Kyoto, has dedicated the virtual "Information Temple" to Manjusri, the Buddhist incarnation of wisdom. Ishiko, w
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I read online a bit of color management, after all everyone gets fed-up on color mismatches. Many recommend Adobe RGB (ARGB) over sRGB because it has a larger gamut, but sRGB has its uses too. I use ARGB as the default working space in Photoshop, but if an image is already in sRGB, I do not convert it to ARGB, because I reason out that for Internet use I'm going to convert it back to sRGB anyways.
I only use AGRB for documents I intend to print. I haven't printed many color documents to experiment with, but with the few I printed, the colors do not seem to match based on my eye, maybe I wasn't familiar with the renderi
(Wiki page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Pond-Moonlight )
By the late Edward Steichen. Taken in 1904, was one of the first color photographs, it mimics the look of a painting. Wonderful atmosphere and a scene usually found only in paintings. It sold for US$ 2.6 million, highest ever price for a photograph at that time, before "99 Cent II Diptychon" took the spot by US$ 3.34 million.
...See more of Steichen's works at Masters of Photography: https://www.masters-of-photography.com/S/steichen/steichen.html . You should have no problem Google-searching for his works as th