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Scratch
Scratch
Director Doug Pray (Hype) pays tribute to the innovative art of DJing in the electrifying documentary Scratch. Featuring the most legendary figures in the DJ scene, Pray’s film is at once a deeply insightful historical document and a highly entertaining glimpse into the world of underground hip-hop. Modern luminaries such as DJ Shadow, Mix Master Mike (of the Beastie Boys), DJ Q-bert, Rob Swift, and DJ Swamp are interviewed alongside living legends like Afrika Bambaataa, Jazzy Jay, and Grand Mixer DXT, in order to paint a broad, comprehensive picture of how DJing has evolved over the years.
Seamlessly cutting between interviews and actual footage filmed at several high-profile DJing contests including Skratchcon 2000 and the DMC U.S. Finals, Pray’s film is a must-see for both seasoned fans and the uninitiated, a celebration of one of the late-20th century’s most thrilling, original musical movements.

In the language of hip-hop, the MC raps on top of the beats. The DJ–or turntablist–supplies the beats. Doug Pray’s lively documentary is a tribute to these unsung heroes of the “scratch.” His approach is neither dry nor academic and is designed as much for the masters of the form as for the fans. Pray was also behind Hype!, which focused on the Seattle scene in the 1980s and 1990s. In his 2002 follow-up, he travels as far back as the 1970s (DJ Kool Herc, Afrika Bambaataa) and roams the U.S. from New York (Gang Starr’s DJ Premier) to the Bay Area (DJ Shadow, Q-Bert). After watching the film and grooving to the beat, you’re likely to wonder if there’s a soundtrack to accompany it. Fortunately, there is–Bill Laswell, producer of Herbie Hancock’s seminal “Rockit,” is behind a compilation featuring many of the same artists celebrated in Scratch. –Kathleen C. Fennessy

Scratches & Dings

Scratches & Dings
I really hate cleaning it myself since I see all of the scratches and rock dings on the hood. I got some touch-up paint and started to fill them in. Once I put a few coats down and then some clear coats and then some wax and some buffing, it might look ok once again.

How often do you get scratched negative?

How often do you get scratched negative?
One of the annoying result from lab dev/scanning, apart from scanner noise, is the scratched negative. I do get that rather often and nothing much that I can do about it.

Olympus OM-4Ti | 28/2.8 | CPL
Fujipro 400H
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Scratch Programming for Teens
Welcome to Scratch Programming for Teens! Scratch is a programming language intended to make programming easier to learn for novice programmers. It can be used to create computer games, interactive stories, graphic artwork and computer animation, and all sorts of other multimedia projects. Scratch can also be used to play digital music and sound effects. If you aspire to one day become a professional programmer, Scratch provides everything you need to build a foundation. Scratch also packs all of the programming power and punch needed to satisfy the programming needs of most computer enthusiasts and hobbyists. Best of all, it’s actually fun to use! Scratch Programming for Teens provides all the instruction that a first-time programmer needs to quickly get up and running with Scratch. Before you know it, you will be creating all kinds of projects that incorporate graphics, sound, and animation. As you learn how to program with Scratch, you will learn programming principles and techniques that you can later apply to other programming languages such as Microsoft Visual Basic and AppleScript. Jerry Lee Ford, Jr. is an author, educator, and an IT professional with over 18 years of experience in information technology, including roles as an automation analyst, technical manager, technical support analyst, automation engineer, and security analyst. He is the author of 24 other books and co-author of two additional books. His published works include AppleScript Studio Programming for the Absolute Beginner, Programming for the Absolute Beginner, and DarkBASIC Programming for the Absolute Beginner. Jerry has a master’s degree in business administration from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia, and he has over five years of experience as an adjunct instructor teaching networking courses in information technology.

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