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Lomography selling Diana F+ adapters for Canon, Nikon digital SLRs

Cheap, new adapters let you get freaky with Diana F+ lenses.

By September 23, 2009



F-U-N-D-E-D is a regular column looking -- and sometimes laughing -- at what Silicon Valley has backed in the last week.


Lomography cameras go wild for Valentine's Day

Animal-themed film cameras would make an ideal gift for the hipster shutterbug.

By February 3, 2012


Morrison's Mailbag: Why are some of my TV controls grayed out?

Reader Diana F. has a problem with some of her TV's controls being grayed out. Geoff Morrison helps her out.

By December 16, 2011


Aussie series Shutterbugs is comedy for photo geeks

A new web series filmed in Melbourne showcases the quirky and often obsessive nature of photographers who are into everything from analog cameras to time-lapse shooting.

By September 22, 2011


Holga lo-fi lenses for your digital camera

When you're bored with perfection, these lenses turn your dSLR or interchangeable lens camera into a digital lo-fi Holga.

By June 30, 2011


SF Bay Area spared tsunami damage

update At least one person is missing, and some harbors and boats are damaged, after Tsunami waves from Japan quake hit California. SF area, however, avoids harm.

By March 11, 2011


GOP pushing for ISPs to record user data

New Republican majority plans to revive efforts to force Internet service providers to keep track of user activity, a proposal that could sweep in Web firms as well.

By January 24, 2011


Urban Outfitters' retro-hip cameras: Like, woah

Target for hipsters is adding retro-hip cameras to its roster of goods for the hipster masses.

By August 21, 2008


FBI, politicos renew push for ISP data retention laws

Demonstrating that the push by the Bush administration for laws forcing Internet companies to keep track of their customers didn't end with Alberto Gonzales' resignation, the FBI and some members of Congress are reviving the idea.

By April 23, 2008


Qwest calls for mandatory data retention laws

Broadband provider becomes first to embrace federal proposal to keep track of what its own customers are doing online.

By August 22, 2006