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A 6'5 boy trying to make it in a man's world. I'm the Operations Manager at MetaLab
Stuff You Can Use: Our New Support Hub
As we mentioned last week, our long national nightmare is over and the new Pixel Union.net is finally live and lovely. In addition to prominently displaying our lack of shaving, our new site also features a brand-spankin’ new Support Center. It includes a massive database of general and theme-specific support articles, a super-simple contact form, and numerous other bits of helpful information.
And since it’s so new, so freshly-minted, we’re asking not only for your feedback but also requests for future articles. What customizations or third-party apps would you like to see discussed? Are there features that you think need better explanations? Take a trip through our Support Center and let us know what you think at email@example.com.
Introducing: The New Pixel Union
Last night, at the end of a thirteen hour day, we completed our new website. Where the last site was corporate, the new one is human. Where the former site was scant, the new one is verbose. I couldn’t be happier with what we’ve done over the past few months. I’ve never seen my team so scrappy and undernourished, but boy did it ever pay off.
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French photographer Thierry Cohen wants to show you what the cities might look like if they went dark on a clear day, and if the photographer focused on bringing out the stars. His project Darkened Cities shows recognizable cityscapes in darkness under the night sky.
To create the images, Cohen first traveled to locations that are untainted by the light pollution of large urban areas, capturing beautiful night shots of the Milky Way floating overhead.
He then combined these photographs with manipulated photographs of various cities (e.g. San Francisco, New York City, Tokyo, Rio de Janerio) to complete the effect.
I’ve always wanted to go to an area of the earth where there is zero light pollution.