went to china town to spend some time behind the lens and chao fun noodle house. discovering how hard it is to shoot with an SLR. but like they say, practice makes permanent.
check out this cool little gadget called the ibox. it works by sitting on any hard surface allowing the object to amplify the sound waves. sounds to geek-ish? well in plain english it has the potential to turn anything into audio speakers. ANYTHING!
as shown here. my guitar, and wall haha. you can get it for less than 20$ on amazon.
i found it works best with cardboard boxes, which mean attach this bad boy to a homeless mans shelter and you got your self a concert! bus stops, lamps, even the box it come in..the possibilities are endless.
cool picture sarah! damn.
Sarah Lee lives in Kona, Hawaii but mostly in the ocean.
Photo by Sarah Lee
Something so simplistic. A favorite piece of eye candy. Maybe its the single gear in the back, the thin frame, or the nostalgic memory of when you once had a bike.
you don’t have to remember anymore. GO BUILD ONE !
This DIY project took me the summer to put together. What makes it even better is I use it every week to ride to work and clinicals. 20mi per plate lunch.
The kids at KVibe in Kalihi made it happen. They supply you the parts for free, as long as you can help out cleaning up the shop or helping out others. These kids (middle-highschool) will take you to school on how to strip and put back together a bike. there amazing. check em out at KVIBE.org
time to leave the car at home.
The first asian american to start in the NBA. If you haven’t heard yet, Harvard grad, with no ball scholarship, unsigned his first year, then dropped from the golden worriers, and now starting for the Nicks. People around the world are adjusting their TVs to watch this new phenomenon. and you should too.