Let’s get into this quickly. I love my Vibram Five Fingers, but they are not with out problems. I’ve had the shoes for almost six months now, and they have seen pretty heavy usage. This review will give some of my thoughts on the construction, care and usage of the Vibram Five Fingers. Hopefully you will find it helpful if you are thinking about picking up a pair.
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Killings show up every day in the news. Politicians on both sides of the border cast blame. Despite all drug related violence, the citizens of Ciudad JuÃ¡rez, Mexico have to go on living their lives and have problems of their own to face. The current economic crisis is making it difficult to find jobs and as the city expands outwards neighborhoods are popping up without basic utilities. In early January 2009 I traveled to Juarez, Mexico with some friends to build a house for a family in need. This photo essay is about my time spent there.
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WhereIveBeen.com changed their site and map code so this plugin is no longer working. I will work to fix it, but am not a developer so if anyone has ideas on how to please let me know.
Introducing the unofficial Where I’ve Been plugin for WordPress.
I decided to create the WordPress plugin after searching for an easy way to embed Where I’ve Been maps on WordPress blogs and not finding one. I’m not a developer and don’t really know PHP, but was able to hack this together creating my first WordPress Plugin. I’m open to code improvements, suggestions, and any help. I would love to see some examples of the plugin used, so if it’s running on your blog please leave me a comment and I’ll feature your site in the examples.
Current Version: 0.6.0
Requires at least: WordPress 2.7
Tested up to: WordPress 2.7.1
Download: Currently not available until it can be fixed. See note above for more info.
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This panoramic was captured from the front of Potala Palace and is looking over Lhasa, Tibet. It is comprised of four RAW images processed in Photomatix, and then combined in Photoshop. For a view of Lhasa from the back of Potala Palace check out my previously posted panoramic.
Lhasa, Tibet. October 2007
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Last October I had the privilege of exploring Tibet with some classmates. I took this panoramic overlooking Lhasa from the back of Potala Palace. Please be patient when loading the image, it’s very large.
Lhasa, Tibet. October 2007
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