No one. The correct answer is: no one.
At least not right now. Used car prices are insane, and still climbing.
In the past year the price of used vehicles has climbed an astonishing 30%. The primary reason for this venture to the Upside Down is due to a shortage of microchips, which has bogged down new car production.
Snapping product photos for eBay or Facebook Marketplace just got a whole lot easier! Using this simple lightbox you can shoot on a blank “infinite” background to emphasize the item, instead of your surroundings.
There’s no quicker way to suck the lifeforce out of a room— just mention this word: database.
Unfortunately there are times when such evil things cannot be avoided. A recent project required keeping track of the ins and outs of certain items. Dates, amounts, notes, and sometime even photos would be recorded. A spreadsheet seemed adequate… until it wasn’t.
My latest project involves an Italian motorcycle from the Seventies (yes, apparently I do have too much time on my hands). It’s a 1978 Moto Guzzi V50 that I bought in relatively good condition with 14k miles. It’s very complete and pretty much unmolested– meaning the fenders haven’t been buzzed off or removed. Of course, it’s still over 40 years old so… well, there are issues.
F1 isn’t the most popular sport in the U.S. The dedicated fans who do watch Formula One typically find it on ESPN. Since 2018 they have relayed the Sky TV Sports coverage from the UK to American audiences.
But what if you’re a cordcutter? Or a diehard fan wanting complete coverage? Or maybe you just can’t keep track of which of ESPN’s myriad of channels is the one to watch this week? The official F1 TV Pro subscription is your answer!