Google Labs

Google Labs is the “technology playground” of Google Inc, that showcases ideas in beta, many of which make it into the main Google technologies. Google encourages feedback to the developers that created the ideas.

Google Labs even has its own tab in Gmail. If yours is not enabled already, you can visit the following URL after you log in:

https://mail.google.com/mail/?labs=1#settings/labs

Now just just click the Labs tab and start selecting the Labs features you want, like "Advanced IMAP Controls" which allows you to avoid downloading the entire All Mail folder. Gmail will remember you want the Labs tab for next time.

References


Google Labs Main Site

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Lumiquest

Lumiquest is a company that makes lighting diffusers and bouncers for flash photography. Their devices fit popular flash units from Nikon, Canon, Sunpak, Vivitar, Quantum, or Metz and include the Pocket Bouncer, UltraSoft, 80-20, Big Bounce, SoftBox or the complete ProMax System. You can easily bring your flash photography to a new level just by utilizing some of these items.

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Lumiquest Official Site


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Think Tank Photo

Think Tank Photo makes high quality photography equipment for professionals, designed for speed and accessibility. Their products are well-thought-out, use the best components, and are easy to use, including camera bags, cases, backpacks, beltpacks and accessories. Their motto is to prepare a photographer to be ready “Before The Moment”.

I own a Think Tank Photo Speed Freak waist belt-pack, a “big stick” monopod case, and a Pixel Pocket Rocket media holder. All excellent quality.

References


Think Tank Photo Official Site
Buy a Think Tank Photo Speed Freak Waist Belt-Pack
Buy a Think Tank Photo Big Stick Monopod Bag
Buy a Think Tank Photo Pixel Pocket Rocket Media Holder


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Centurion

Centurion is a German Mountain- and Cross-Bike maker founded by Wolfgang Renner in 1976 as the German answer to French and Italian bikes. The bikes are known for their good quality.

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Centurion Website

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Apple

Apple was established on April 1, 1976 by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, and is in 2008 a 28,000-person strong multinational public company producing popular consumer electronics such as the iPod and iPhone, the Macbook and Macbook Pro, the iMac, and polished software such as OS X Leopard and Apple Aperture.

References


Apple Inc. Website
Apple on Wikipedia
Buy OS X Leopard, a Macbook Pro, or an iPod

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Crumpler

Crumpler is an Australian bag company based in Melbourne, that makes high-quality camera bags that don’t look like camera bags. It was started as a messenger bag company in 1995 by Dave Roper and Will Miller, who were bike couriers and running a bike courier company Minuteman Messengers. Currently Crumpler operates out of several countries including Australia (enquiries@crumpler.com.au, + 61 3 9372 1204), Auckland, New Zealand (+64 9 630 0753), New York, USA (+1 718 384 3020), Toronto, Canada (+1 416-847-0117) and Singapore (+65 6238 6371).

The colorful bags sport whimsical names like “Brazillion Dollar Home” or “Sinking Barge” and the Website is a zany flash-based “vending machine” that you need to experience before kicking the bucket. They have some funny, off-color product videos that are worth the bandwidth.

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Crumpler Australia
Crumpler US
Buy a Crumpler Sinking Barge bag





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