Whether you’re planning a once-in-lifetime trip with friends or a yearly excursion with family, now more than ever it’s easy to stay connected with those back home while on a vacation. Check out these 8 modern tech tools you should take with you, wherever you're going.
Toronto-based Tom Ryaboi busted out into the scene last year with his heart-stopping, adrenaline pumping rooftop photography. His most recognizable image, called I'll Make Ya Famous, flew through the web and Tom was quickly credited for being one of the pioneers of the rooftopping movement.
Today, it's with great pleasure that we bring you…
It's been an extremely eventful start of 2012 for My Modern Met and I'm happy to report that we've continued to expand our team! In an effort to keep growing, giving our viewers the richest experience possible, we're hiring again! We're looking for web-savvy interns who have a knack for writing and a passion for sharing creative ideas to join us.
One of the coolest blogs to launch recently is My Parents Were Awesome. It was created by Eliot Glazer who wanted to show photos of parents when they were "super-awesome." As he states, "Before the fanny packs and Andrea Bocelli concerts, your parents (and grandparents) were once free-wheeling, fashion-forward, and super awesome."
So here it is! The design of the highly desirable, exclusive My Modern Metropolis t-shirt created by our multi-talented friend, Arlene Ibanez. The designs are printed on American Apparel t-shirts. Here's a look at them on an actual…
What happens when you take a highly popular old school children's toy and mix it with other pop culture figures? Well, you get something as wacky and weird as Mari Kasurinen's My Little Ponies. For those of us that can remember the early 80's, My Little Pony was a cultural… Continue
I just wanted to say I really enjoy this site. I love the classy feel to it. My Metro gives me a chance to actually have adult interaction with intellegent people, on new ideas and discussing todays topics. So thank you for giving us a chance to enjoy the web in a fun, smart way!
Usually, on this Monday, I list out three to five examples of some of my favorite modern things. Today, I decided to write about one specific photographer, Robert Ascroft. He established himself in the music world by working as an Art Director and Designer and only by shooting assignments himself did he fall in love with photography. What I enjoy most about his work… Continue
So we got the Flip camera the other day and I am really impressed with how easy it is to shoot video. No one likes seeing themselves in video (including me) but we figure this would be the next step for us. That way we'll be able to show you small clips of restaurants, hotels, and events! So welcome everyone and see you in video! (This clip will stay in our About… Continue
"Hello Kitty" HK-AK-47, from the Glambo Signature Series. $1072.95.
* Hand-crocheted shoulder-stock muffler
* Anodized titanium plating
* Fires standard 7.62mm 125 or 150 grain ammunition with a muzzle velocity of approximately 710 meters per second
* Maximum effective range of approximately 300 meters
* "A perfect gift for the young lady of the… Continue
As you know, theMET is running off a platform called Ning. With over 500,000 social networks, Ning has something for everyone - photographers, artists, etc - heck, they even have something for Britney and Tyra fans.
Today we're in the spotlight! Ning has chosen our little network as the one to watch and we couldn't be more happy or… Continue
David LaChapelle, born March 11, 1963 in Fairfield, Connecticut, is a photographer and director who works in the fields of fashion, advertising, and fine art photography, and is noted for his surreal, unique and often humorous style.…
As much as the Met has opened up new and exciting opportunities and ideas, it's also given me a fair amount of stress. Putting yourself out to the public is damn scary, I don't care who you are. So as much as I love conquering that fear, I can't help but struggle with it each and every day.
Here are the particular questions that have haunted me these past few weeks:
1. Will I ever feel ready to open up the Met to the public?