Flight Journal is like no other aviation magazine in the world. Gripping accounts of flights and combat missions put the reader in the cockpit with all involved: pilots, engineers, gunners and eye-witnesses. Flight Journal covers the world of aviation from its simple beginnings to its high-tech, no-holds-barred future. We see aviation history through the eyes of those who made it. The leader in the field of aviation photojournalism, Flight Journal captures what it's like to pilot aircrafts that inspire fear and awe, from the historic B-17 Flying Fortress to today's F-16 fighters.
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Millions of people are already ‘blipping’, unlocking everyday objects with their mobile phones and tablets to reveal hidden interactive experiences.
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"Er zijn niet heel veel mensen op het internet om wie wij ons geregeld een scheurbuik lachen, maar de Nederlander Kakhiel is er absoluut één van. Als je je humor het liefst gortdroog hebt, zijn de gefotoshopte prentjes op zijn Facebook-profiel een onuitputtelijke bron van vermaak. Het geniale is dat hij aan de slag gaat met op zich oervervelende kiekjes van huwelijksverjaardagen, personeelsfeestjes en een eindeloze stoet naamloze bejaarden zittend op tuinmeubilair. Waardeloos kortom, tot Kakhiel er zijn tekstballonnen over kleeft. Soms briljante woordspielerei, vaak schaamteloos flauw, maar bijna altijd grappig."
Kakhiel de cartoonist/kunstenaar die het web bestookt met hoogwaardige, intellectuele en ontroerende plaatjes. Soms dichter bij een traan dan bij een lach, maar altijd eerlijk. Volg Kakhiel op Facebook: www.facebook.com/kakhiel en op Twitter: www.twitter.com/kakhiel.
De Kakhiel app is voornamelijk bedoeld voor gebruik op de WC.
"It's hours of fun... A really successful example of an experience based on a book that includes things neither a print book nor an e-book could do.'
"[F]or grown-ups who want to channel their inner-children during the morning commute by letting the creativity ooze from their app-enabled devices.... Poking holes through drawings, enhancing photos of yourself, and scribbling like a three-year-old are just a few of the ways the app can bring a few moments of childish delight to the user."
"Flip through the app to do things like poke your screen as many times as you want, scribble on your photos, add your fingerprints, and follow the instructions as rigidly or as loosely as you'd like.
Trust me on this -- it's a GREAT stress reliever. You've got to try it!"
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With Wreck This App, you'll tap into your creative side in an entirely new way: by exploring your best mess-making and destructive abilities. Guided by more than 50 prompts and using a spectrum of drawing tools, you can tap "holes" through the screen, "Drip" different inks, and then smear them all together, deface your least favorite picture of yourself, scribble furiously, color outside of the lines! And when you've wrecked your app, you can post evidence of your creative destruction on Facebook or Flickr!
Based on the world-wide and phenomenally successful book Wreck This Journal by author and illustrator Keri Smith, Wreck This App brings destructive creativity right to your fingertips. Let the wrecking begin!
With The Pocket Scavenger app, you'll be asked to find and photograph a spectrum of quirky items: something that is miniature, a stain that is green, something from the year you were born, a used envelope, and more. Once your quarry is in site, you can choose to be assigned an alteration dictated solely by chance: create a funny character, conceal it, add a family member, photograph it at night, make it "pretty," and so on. After completing a scavenge you can upload it to the map and see what scavenges are going on around you. You can also share your scavenges through Twitter and Facebook and before embarking on a new hunt.
By incorporating chance into creativity, you'll be forced out of habitual ways of thinking or acting, discover new connections, and interact with the world around you in ways you might not have imagined before.
NOTE: In order to place your scavenges on the map for Fellow Scavengers to see you will need to be signed in to Twitter.