Monthly Archives: May 2013

June 1st New Yorker Magazine cover painted entirely with an iPhone app

Jorge Colombo drew this week’s cover using Brushes, an application for the iPhone, while standing for an hour outside Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum in Times Square.

So imagine you’re the Apple engineer that lost the prototype of the next generation of iPhone. Good news. Lufthansa wants to talk to you.

From CNN SciTechBlog:

It’s probably been a tough week for Apple engineer Gray Powell, what with him reportedly losing a next-generation iPhone in a bar, only to see photos of the super-secret device later spashed across the internet.

Tech blogs say Powell left the prototype, which was disguised as an iPhone 3GS, behind at Gourmet Haus Staudt, a German beer hall in Redwood City, California. The iPhone was later sold to tech blog Gizmodo for $5,000.

There’s been rampant speculation that Powell is in trouble with Apple for losing the phone. But Lufthansa, the German airline, is offering to help the 27-year-old drown his sorrows.

The airline’s director of marketing and customer relations has written an open letter to Powell, dated April 21 and posted on the internet.

“I recently read in the news that you lost a very special phone at a German beer bar in California,” writes Nicola C. Lange. “We all know how frustrating it can be to lose personal belongings … at Lufthansa we also noted with great interest your passion for German beer and culture.”

Lange goes on to say, “[Lufthansa] would like to offer you complimentary Business Class transportation to Munich where you can literally pick up where you left off.”

The letter was attached to a tweet posted on the airline’s Twitter page Thursday. It said, “If you can help us get in touch with Gray Powell, we’d like to fly him to Munich.”

As marketing gimmicks go, this is a pretty good one.

There was no word as of late Thursday on whether Powell had accepted the offer. But if he does, maybe he should leave his iPhone at home.

Puppies and Flowers : Kitten with heart in fur


A California family says the unusual markings on one of their kittens, proves the kitty's love for its mother. Take a close look at the side of the cat — on its fur you can see the message "I Love Dot." The family says the name of the kitten's mother is Dottie — and the message of love is for her. The unique kitten was one of a litter of six.

Link to article and video 

Previously on P&F: 

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You Suck At Photoshop #20 — Final episode, Donnie is Dane Cook!

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