These two lenses from Photojojo turn your boring old camera phone into a Spike Jonze videoclip. Held in place by magnets, they simple clip on over the regular lens and do their thing. All off a sudden that blurry band photo from the back of the crowd becomes a blurry band photo with a fisheye effect! Or it’s in Wide Angle!
If you really want to get creative, you can use these magnetic lenses alongside camera based apps like Hipstamatic. Next thing you know you’re shooting art-house photos of old women outside a deli in wide angle, on super grain film, with a Helga Viking, WHILE fielding phone calls. Let’s see your flying car from the imaginary future do that.
The fisheye lens goes for $20, the combined wide angle /macro sells for $25.
Just days after Facebook officially added Civil Union and Domestic Partnership to their relationship status options, some clever cookie named Dan Loewenherz has reiterated what Facebook is really for: stalking the shit out of people.
Loewenherz has created a little something called the Breakup Notifier. You just tag the person, or people (you harlot), that you’re interested in and if they alter their relationship status, you’ll receive an email letting you know. Then you can begin your seduction. As if Facebook wasn’t already stalky enough.
And here’s his obligatory ‘I’m not a creep, you are’ comment via the Huffington Post (our italics): “I hope that people use it for good and not evil – it’s merely practical. If you’re going to check someone’s profile every day, you might as well get rid of the tedium and have the changes get delivered right to your inbox instead…”