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These riots reflect a society run on greed and looting | Seumas Milne | Business eNews
David Cameron talks to acting borough commander superintendent Jo Oakley during a visit to Croydon to view the destruction from the riots. Photograph: Wpa Pool/Getty Images It is essential for those in power in Britain that the riots now sweeping the country can have no cause beyond feral wickedness.
Moon Landing Hoax Conspiracy Theory
Shocking : view what National Aeronautics and Space Administration has done (Long but worthy reading material) Did humans real walk on the lunar month or was it the ultimate photographic camera trick, asks David Milne?
Milne waves goodbye to Liebherr with sale to Emsley
David Milne left his role as managing director of Liebherr Great Britain by completing the sale of an LTM 1055-3.2 mobile crane to Emsley Crane Hire, ending a 30-year relationship between the crane hire firm and himself.
Winnie the Pooh sequel's 'exposition'
David Benedictus is set to write the first official sequel following AA Milne's The House at Pooh Corner, more than 80 years after the original
The Ghost Of Neil Diamond By David H Milnes
A fantastic book. Worth a look!
Who Will Be Advising Obama on Foreign Policy?
David Milne's excellent opinion piece asks, “Should Obama be relying on academics for advice on foreign policy?”
David Rieff: Humanitarianism ... The New Imperialism
Consider the following capsule versions of diametrically opposing views about what it is reasonable for human beings to expect from historical change—or the lack thereof. The first is the work of an Irishman, the mid-twentieth-century poet Ewart Milne, who, having spent the Spanish Civil War delivering medical aid to the Republic, knew something about the subject. “History,” he wrote in “Thinking of Artolas,” “is a cruel country.” Milne’s is surely the traditional view, espoused by most people in most periods. In contrast, the second is unmistakably contemporary, progressive (one might even say revolutionary)
15 Incredible iPhone Dog Photographs
Here at Mashable weve been taking a look at what the iPhone camera is capable of, and it seems (with a decent eye-of-the-beholder and the help of a variety of really cool apps) that it can turn out some pretty spectacular results.Continuing on from previous galleries in which we highlighted some amazing landscape and portrait shots taken on the iPhone, this time weve turned our eye to mans best friend.Meander through the gallery below for some incredible dog photographs, captured and edited on the iPhone from talented photographers all around the world. Have your say as to which pooch portrait you liked the best in the comments. 1. The Dog by Tomasz Grabowiecki 1. The Dog by Tomasz Grabowiecki" src="http://cdn.mashable.com/wp-content/gallery/iphone-photographs-3/5.jpg" />This beautiful photograph from Polish photographer Tomasz has an almost painterly quality, while the converging lines, parallel tree cover and cleverly applied band of focus helps draw the eye to the off-center noble-looking hound. 2. B&W; Dog by Benjamin James 2. B&W; Dog by Benjamin James" src="http://cdn.mashable.com/wp-content/gallery/iphone-photographs-3/6.jpg" />The contrast is off the charts in this shot of an Australian Cattle Dog by Benjamin, who has made the great decision to shoot from the side and slightly below for a stunning canine cameo. 3. Jodie vs. Ball Part 1 by Stephen Reedy 3. Jodie vs. Ball Part 1 by Stephen Reedy" src="http://cdn.mashable.com/wp-content/gallery/iphone-photographs-3/jodie.jpg" />Jodie is all about the ball. Thanks to Stephen's clever use of perspective, so is this shot in which the ball becomes as big to the viewer as it must be for the desperate pooch. It's a brave move to only capture part of the face of your subject, but this result shows that sometimes it really pays off. 4. She Had a Dog by oNico 4. She Had a Dog by oNico " src="http://cdn.mashable.com/wp-content/gallery/iphone-photographs-3/12.jpg" />This is a clever photo. Not only do we just see the boots of the female protagonist, but the dark part-figure in the foreground gives the audience an idea of what a dog's eye view of the world is like. The almost-cowering, muzzled dog is simply part of the background. Bravo to French photographer oNico for seeing and creating such a brilliant image. 5. Lilly by Marc Bibby 5. Lilly by Marc Bibby " src="http://cdn.mashable.com/wp-content/gallery/iphone-photographs-3/7.jpg" />"Dogtographer" Marc says everything he needs to get such great shots includes a pair of sturdy walking boots, an iPhone and "an amazing dog." The plan has certainly worked with this capture. Lilly looks positively heroic framed against a heavenly backdrop. Good dog! 6. The Man and His Shadow Dog by Georgios Karamanis 6. The Man and His Shadow Dog by Georgios Karamanis " src="http://cdn.mashable.com/wp-content/gallery/iphone-photographs-3/4.jpg" />Sweden-based Greek photographer Georgios' sense of timing could win awards in this humorous picture of a man and his "shadow dog." Even though you can't see the pooch, the distinctive shadow gives the game away. It made us smile and we hope it has the same effect on you! 7. Wally by Jim Darling 7. Wally by Jim Darling" src="http://cdn.mashable.com/wp-content/gallery/iphone-photographs-3/1.jpg" />Wally is special as the only non-human to be shot as part of Jim's iPhone Portraits Project. Although a great standalone shot (effects courtesy of the ShakeItPhoto iPhone app by the way), his furry face looks even better surrounded by the human visages as part of the larger series. 8. Window Screen Portrait by Miki Ballard 8. Window Screen Portrait by Miki Ballard" src="http://cdn.mashable.com/wp-content/gallery/iphone-photographs-3/9.jpg" />Miki hails from a small town in North Carolina and says that because of it, she takes "way too many photos" of her dog. We'll certainly forgive her that foible if she comes up with shots like this. Going in close has helped capture her dog Maxie's habit of pushing her nose against the screen and watching passers-by in a unique way. It's a fun, quirky portrait that seems to really capture Maxie's spirit, despite not capturing very much of her face or body. 9. TPR, Milford, Ohio, August 2009 by Paul Rinkes 9. TPR, Milford, Ohio, August 2009 by Paul Rinkes" src="http://cdn.mashable.com/wp-content/gallery/iphone-photographs-3/10.jpg" />By all accounts, Paul's Goldendoodle Trotter is quite a character. Paul tells us this joyous shot was taken after eight hours in the car, on a trip from Nashville to eastern Ohio. Trotter's happiness at being out of the car, in the sunshine, lying on the grass after a quick fetch of his ball just shines through in a fantastic way. 10. Always Being in the Middle by Matthias Vlasits 10. Always Being in the Middle by Matthias Vlasits" src="http://cdn.mashable.com/wp-content/gallery/iphone-photographs-3/8.jpg" />Without the puddle this is still a great shot from Austrian Matthias, but add in that reflection and the opposing silhouettes and it's instantly elevated. 11. Spuds by Adam Lorber 11. Spuds by Adam Lorber" src="http://cdn.mashable.com/wp-content/gallery/iphone-photographs-3/11.jpg" />As taken by Adam, an LA-based graphic designer who "dabbles" in photography, "Spuds" looks adorably gawky with tilt shift effects stepping in to add some extra focal emphasis on the dog. 12. (Impossible) Love at First Sight by Sion Fullana 12. (Impossible) Love at First Sight by Sion Fullana" src="http://cdn.mashable.com/wp-content/gallery/iphone-photographs-3/sion.jpg" />NYC-based Sion is a big figure in the iPhotography scene and his Flickr stream is full of fab dog shots that appear to be channeling the great Elliott Erwitt's style of spontaneous street dog photography. This delightful shot however, was taken in Palma de Majorca, showing that although New York may be some kind of muse for Sion, he can clearly grab a great shot regardless of location. 13. Dog by Agata Alexander 13. Dog by Agata Alexander" src="http://cdn.mashable.com/wp-content/gallery/iphone-photographs-3/13.jpg" />Considering Agata states that "this dog scared the living s*** out of me," we think she did rather well in staying composed enough to grab such a great shot. The composition and colors make this a great portrait and reminder that not all dogs want to be your buddy. 14. Black Dog by Arys Chien 14. Black Dog by Arys Chien" src="http://cdn.mashable.com/wp-content/gallery/iphone-photographs-3/3.jpg" />You'd be mistaken for thinking this dramatic shot from Far Eastern photographer Arys was in black and white. Note the red tongue. 15. Damon and Harry's Profile by David Milne 15. Damon and Harry's Profile by David Milne" src="http://cdn.mashable.com/wp-content/gallery/iphone-photographs-3/15.jpg" />We're ending this great gallery on a heart-warmer. This isn't just a photograph, it's a love story between a man and a dog. Congratulations to David for capturing the moment in such a beautiful way.More iPhone Resources from Mashable: - 10 Useful iPhone Keyboard Shortcuts, Tips and Tricks - 10 Incredible iPhone Portrait Photographs - 10 Incredible iPhone Photographs - 10 Ridiculous iPhone Accessories [PICS] - 5 iPhone Apps to Help You Learn to DanceMore About: apple, dogs, flickr, galleries, gallery, iphone, iphone 4, iphoneography, iphonography, iphotography, pets, photo, photography, Photos, picturesFor more Apple coverage:Follow Mashable Apple on TwitterBecome a Fan on FacebookSubscribe to the Apple channelDownload our free apps for iPhone and iPad
Camerons Tory backlash is a taste of things to come | Seumas Milne
The Prime Minister? President mauling in Birmingham is a pointer to the strange alliances that have a change of course David Cameron Conservative conference conservatives Economic Policy Tax and spending State benefits style = clear: both
David W. Milne, 76, Lewisburg
SUNBURY — George E. “Sam” Bennick, 84, of 1371 Mile Post Road, passed away on Friday, May 4, 2012, at the Sunbury Community Hospital after suddenly being stricken ill at his home. May 5, 2012 Clarence O. “Oz” Zimmerman Jr., 64, Mount Pleasant ...
Locals split over impact of Donald Trump's golf course at Menie
But at least one man looking down over the dunes reckons the American has a cheek. David Milne lives in an old coastguard station, Hermit Point. It used to be a lonely building perched high above the dunes with, naturally, an amazing view.
St Kilda "almost traded Milne for Cox"
Milne was soaking up the plaudits on the weekend ... We were desperate to secure either Dean Cox from West Coast or David Hille from Essendon," Thomas wrote. “Michael Gardiner's long-term injury potentially saved Milney from a Cox deal, which fell ...
City-wide news sites launched in Glasgow and Edinburgh
The sites will each aim to be 'the voice of the city', according to STV Local editor David Milne Scottish broadcaster STV has announced the launch of new city sites for Edinburgh and Glasgow, with the Edinburgh site bringing together its previous platforms ...
Bethlehem man waves gun at neighbors during argument, police say
David Milne, 58, of the 600 block of Terrace Avenue in the city, allegedly pointed a gun at two men in the 600 block of Conestoga Street during an argument at about 8:30 p.m. Saturday. Police charged Milne with terroristic threats of violence ...
Pooh makes a stink at Gatehouse Big Lit Day
David Benedictus, author of Return to Hundred Acre Wood, the only authorised sequel to AA Milne’s children’s classic The House at Pooh Corner is appearing at The Dumfries and Galloway Festival’s Big Lit Day in Gatehouse of Fleet on May 26.
Club built Olympic talent from the ground up
Milne is a northern Ontario boy who grew up in Callander ... “It’s really grown so big, but it still feels like the same family,” she said. “Dave is great at bringing us back to reality, saying we still have work to do and we still need to be ...
Labor's surplus risks recession: Milne
Senator Milne said. "Let's keep that money to spend on health and education. "I think that's what the community would like." Assistant Treasurer David Bradbury said on Monday that returning the budget to surplus was about tackling inflation, fighting cost ...
Milne's ascension is good for electricity consumers
Dave drives up to the last petrol station before the tollway ... the Energy Supply Association of Australia, but by Senator Christine Milne. It is a dangerous allegation to make, for the energy sector is one of the most politically ruthless industries ...
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