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Title: The Cleverest
Keywords: Uncategorized,Tech Gear,Video,,Blog,Found Online,Photoshop,Web Development,NYC,Photography,Audio,UAVs
Description:The creative dumping grounds of Mike Solomon. is ranked 25408406 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $2,503. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. has 43% seo score. Information

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Purchase/Sale Value:$7,137
Daily Revenue:$19
Monthly Revenue:$586
Yearly Revenue:$$7,137
Daily Unique Visitors:1,799
Monthly Unique Visitors:53,970
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Tech Gear 1 0.13%
Video 7 0.50%
Blog 0 0.00%
Found Online 3 0.52%
Photoshop 3 0.39%
Web Development 2 0.43%
NYC 3 0.13%
Photography 1 0.16%
Audio 2 0.14%
UAVs 1 0.06% Similar Website

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The Cleverest The Cleverest October 20, 2016 Dynamic Projection Mapping Damn. They’re getting pretty good at this. Posted in: Tech Gear, Video Support this site: Send tips to 1NbjcmjS9DF1Ebp8CBAPdVU1Foqtp5r1BV August 29, 2016 How neural networks create images This is fascinating stuff. watching DGN samples form. they jostle wildly through a generative space until converging on… a cheeseburger — Gene Kogan (@genekogan) August 29, 2016 According to Gene Kogan on Twitter: DGN “deep generator network” is a neural net that synthesizes realistic images by learning low-dimensional encoding over an image set and samples from it to activate neurons associated w/ a class, e.g. cheeseburger. More examples here. This is some seriously future shit. Posted in: Found Online, Photoshop Support this site: Send tips to 1NbjcmjS9DF1Ebp8CBAPdVU1Foqtp5r1BV July 18, 2016 Rockstar Developers For the last few months I’ve been leading games product development at Hearst Digital Media working with some amazing folks building some pretty awesome stuff. We’re bullish on using the latest web technologies to bring app-like game functionality onto the web, and it’s been a blast so far. We’ve just signed a deal with a big gaming company (can’t say who yet… but you’ve heard of them), and with wind in our sails we’re expanding the team. If you’re a rockstar full-stack developer or know one, check out the job description here. Posted in: Web Development Support this site: Send tips to 1NbjcmjS9DF1Ebp8CBAPdVU1Foqtp5r1BV August 30, 2015 Ben Cahn Messes With Randy Mancuso Randy Mancuso is a talented Vine star and Ben Cahn is great at messing with him. Check out Randy’s original videos, and Ben’s audio-modified versions. The level of precision in Cahn’s mockeries is commendable. Enjoy more on Randy’s Vine account, and Ben’s Vine account. Posted in: Found Online, Video 1 Support this site: Send tips to 1NbjcmjS9DF1Ebp8CBAPdVU1Foqtp5r1BV August 21, 2015 Interactive Subway Station Maps I’ve been having way too much fun with these. Last week I made an interactive sharable NYC subway map called “What’s Your Subway Station Number” and it’s been making its way around the web, being covered by Gothamist, Curbed, Brooklyn Magazine, 6sqft, and more. And yesterday I made one for Boston, which you can see here. just did a nice writeup, and I’m hoping it brings Bostonians as much fun (and lost workplace productivity) as it’s brought New Yorkers. Based on the stats, people have spent a combined 370,000 hours playing with just the NYC map alone. Crazy! Posted in: NYC, Web Development Support this site: Send tips to 1NbjcmjS9DF1Ebp8CBAPdVU1Foqtp5r1BV August 17, 2015 How to Make a Fillhouette I discovered something pretty cool in Photoshop. If you select the inverse of a person’s silhouette and apply a “Content-Aware Fill”, the results can be funny, interesting, and sometimes quite beautiful. And it literally takes about 15 seconds. Here’s how to make a “fillhouette”. 1: Find an image that’s not too difficult to silhouette. Anything with well-defined edges of the person is good. 2: Select the person. The easiest way is to use the “Quick Selection Tool”. 3: Shrink the selection so it’s a few pixels inside the person’s silhouette. Go to “Select > Modify > Contract…” and choose a value around 3. 4: Now invert the selection so the background is selected instead of the person. Go to “Select > Inverse”. 5: Now, just go to “Edit > Fill…” and choose “Content-Aware” from the dropdown. Press OK and you’re all set! Here are some other fillhouettes I just quickly put together. I’d love to see what the creative community can do using this technique, so I started a Tumblr where I’ll be posting the best examples I come across: Posted in: Photography, Photoshop 1 Support this site: Send tips to 1NbjcmjS9DF1Ebp8CBAPdVU1Foqtp5r1BV August 10, 2015 The Best Drummer You’ve Ever Heard But Never Heard Of It’s pretty impressive that 2 people can create such a groove: But it’s less surprising when you learn the drummer is one of the most sought-after session drummers in history, Matt Chamberlain. Oh, and he was in Perl Jam. You might not recognize Matt Chamberlain’s face, but you probably recognize his deceptively-simple, rock-solid driving beats. It’s pretty cool to realize that what makes the following songs work so well is their drums, and the drummer is all the same guy: Fiona Apple, “Criminal” One YouTube commenter described his performance as such: This is a tough part to play consistently, because you’ve got to portray strict 8th-note rock on one hand, yet make it swing at the same time. Drummer Matt Chamberlain does this beautifully. The slightly late, monotonous, “stiff-armed” hi-hat 8th-notes suggest all rock, but the little ornamental notes on the snare and the occasional stuttered 16th on the hi-hat give it a certain swing and a most unique sway, too. Chamberlain is an immensely talented drummer, so it’s not at all surprising that he’s among the most in-demand studio players of our time. He just makes it all sound so simple. Playing at his level of depth, however, is most definitely not! The Wallflowers, “One Headlight” (Impressive cover video btw…) Perl Jam, “Even Flow” John Mayer, “Home Life” And in recent news, he’s collaborated with a software company to create digital loops for musicians, and this is an interesting overview of his style: Specifically, these beats are pretty amazing. Seemingly simple, but endlessly complex. Lastly, listen to this story about Matt Chamberlain setting up and recording a drum track for The Long Winters. What he ended up doing completely changed my understanding of how talented a drummer can be. He basically took his performance, mixed and edited it in his head, then played 1/5 of the part 5 times in a row so the recordings could be overlayed to create the final drum part. I didn’t understand it the first time either. Give it a listen here. So to anyone who thinks that being a “great” drummer is a matter of being able to play fast or be flashy, think again. Just like with great hardware or software, sometimes less is more. Posted in: Audio Support this site: Send tips to 1NbjcmjS9DF1Ebp8CBAPdVU1Foqtp5r1BV July 29, 2015 Catching Sand Fleas I didn’t even know these things existed. I’m sure they’re harmless, but as far as I’m concerned it’s another reason to avoid the beach. Posted in: Video Support this site: Send tips to 1NbjcmjS9DF1Ebp8CBAPdVU1Foqtp5r1BV July 16, 2015 Airplane Vs Zero Hour Who knew? “AIRPLANE!” is actually a shot-for-shot remake of the 1957 film, Zero Hour. Posted in: Found Online, Video Support this site: Send tips to 1NbjcmjS9DF1Ebp8CBAPdVU1Foqtp5r1BV June 13, 2015 Drone Ownership in a Nutshell This video beautifully symbolizes my experience with Drones. Posted in: UAVs 1 Support this site: Send tips to 1NbjcmjS9DF1Ebp8CBAPdVU1Foqtp5r1BV ? Previous1234567...4748Next ? About Mike Solomon Welcome to my website and personal p... Whois

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