Alex Ross (@thealexrossart) signing my books at the opening of his exibithion “Superheroes & Superstars: The Works of Alex Ross” at the Museum of Shenandoah Valley in Winchester, VA. I also got to see his amazing original drawings​ and paintings. A lot of people showed up and took us 6 hours in line to get these autographed!

#alexross #marvel #dc #drawing #msv.
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Some Zelda BOTW Amiibos. I’m having a lot of fun with this game.

Mighty bananas for scale.

#wiiu #zeldabreathofthewild #zeldabotw #botw #nintendo #amiibo #videogames #videogame #videogamer #guardian #bokoblin #link #zelda.
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New magnet in our refrigerator. In one hand, according to the Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull you could survive a nuclear explosion in a refrigerator. In the other hand, we should collectively forget that movie ever existed.
This also reminds me the building I used to live in DC. It had a sign like this, original reminiscent from the cold war, in the underground garage. Everyday when I was parking it would remind me that at least my car was safe from residual radioactive particules..
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Bluetooth pairing a Sony MDR-ZX780DC with a Mac

1. Press and hold the power button for more than 7 seconds while the headphones are turn off.
2. You will see the led light in the phone blinking red and blue alternately.
3. Now in the Mac, open System Preferences -> Bluetooth and turn the bluetooth on if it is not. You should see the MDR-ZX780DC in the list. Click pair for this device.

4. You should be ready to use it. If it is connected but you hear no sound, check at System Preferences -> Sound if MDR-ZX780DC is selected is the default output.