This is amateur silent 16mm color film taken in the Hollywood Hills, downtown Los Angeles, and the Pacific Coast Highway in the mid-1950s 00:00-00:32 At 34.128808,-118.346868 looking northwest 00:32-00:49 At 34.128808,-118.346868 looking southeast 00:49-00:54 At 34.128808,-118.346868 looking at the southbound lanes via 1950s – Los Angeles Freeways – YouTube.
This makes me very sad since I have used Google Reader for years. A possible alternative is The Old Reader. You can export your Google Reader data using Google Takeout and import to The Old Reader. Taptu is another offering to import your entire Google Reader feeds. We have just announced on the Official Google Blog [...]
Stan, Ollie, and Harold – a Drive Through Bunker Hill | Chaplin-Keaton-Lloyd film locations and more
The Prelinger Archives has just posted some amazingly sharp movie footage of Bunker Hill and downtown Los Angeles taken in the late 1940s. The stock footage was intended to be projected behind actors filming a traveling car scene within an indoor studio, but apparently was never used. The footage not only provides a wonderful glimpse [...]
I love vintage footage like this! Starts near 3311 N San Fernando Blvd Burbank, CA 91504 and goes northwest. Burbank to North Hollywood (CA) Train Ride, 4/17/1946 – YouTube. The train is moving at approximately 25 mph: .2 miles from Sunland Blvd to Ensign Ave in 29 seconds, 29 seconds=.483 minutes, 1 minute/.483=2.07, 2.07*.2 miles=.41 miles in [...]
When I was in my teens and deciding between being a commercial artist and a musician, I idolized this artist’s work as well as the work of Norman Rockwell, James Montgomery Flagg, and Maxfield Parrish. With regards to the source… a great blog on the artist. Of all places, you only need to go to [...]
Oh (possibly) happy day!! What is Lion Compatible Quicken for Mac 2007? Lion Compatible Quicken for Mac 2007 is a re-engineered version of Quicken for Mac 2007 that will work on OSX 10.7 Lion. How will this affect me if I choose Lion Compatible Quicken for Mac 2007? If you are migrating your data file from [...]
(Updated on August 8, 2011. A shorter version of this article is located at Mac|Life Magazine.) Intuit, the company behind Quicken and QuickBooks, has shown such contempt towards Mac users for almost 30 years that I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised that their disrespect continues stronger than ever in the year 2011. But I am [...]