Archive | May 2, 2017

Leonardo da Vinci, The Incomparable, Died This Day 498-Years Ago; May 2, 1519.

by Anura Guruge


A quick 3:40 minute review of SOME of his work.


Two of MY personal favorites.


Click to ENLARGE and read here. Wikipedia link: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leonardo_da_Vinci


What an incredibly amazing, incredible and COMPLICATED man. This was true genius.

He died too early, 67. His arch nemesis, Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni, lived to be 88. IF only Leonardo had another 20-years.

He, to be honest, is NOT my favorite Renaissance Great, BUT I have enormous respect and fondness for him.


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‘Central Pain Syndrome’ Book — 29 Copies Were Downloaded On May 1, 2017.

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Click to ENLARGE.


Does NOT seem that much, BUT it was enough to give it #1 ranking for the day.

So, now I know. 20 downloads is GOOD for this category — and in this ‘game’ that is what matters, ‘per that category‘.


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Sony a7 II Only Comes With ONE Battery — Contrary To What It Says In David Busch’s ‘a7R II/a 77 II’ book.

by Anura Guruge


Click to ENLARGE and read my post here. Here is the link to access entire thread with replies — all of them very helpful.


I was taken back to read that the Sony a7 II came with two batteries. Just seemed strange.

So I checked the online Sony instruction guide and did the above post.

Mystery cleared.

The Sony a7R II comes with two batteries.

Sony a7 II comes with one.

I e-mailed David Busch (via his Website) and got a response soon after. He CONFIRMED that his statement in his book was for the a7R II — not the a7 II.

I just wanted to make sure.

Didn’t want to get an a7 II and feel that I had been gypped. 


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