Dan Winters

American photouranlist Dan Winters

Dan Winters is an American photojournalist, illustrator, filmmaker and writer. He was born in Ventura County, California on October 21, 1962. He first studied photography and the darkroom process starting in 1971 while a member of his local 4-H club. In 1979, while still a high school senior, he began working full time in the motion picture special effects industry in the area of miniature construction and design.
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Music Review: Dead Man Winter delivers rare gem over breakup
Yahoo News - over 1 year
Dead Man Winter, "Furnace" (GNDWIRE/Thirty Tigers)
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Photographer Dan Winters searches for New York City's soul in 'The Grey Ghost'
LATimes - about 2 years
During a recent trip to New York City, photographer Dan Winters had a chance encounter with a personal hero: Robert Frank, whose 1958 book "The Americans" helped to alter the direction of photography as art, shattering the traditional boundaries of mood, texture and content in street photography....
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This Morning from CBS News, Feb. 16, 2015
CBS News - over 3 years
Old Man Winter hits New England hard, picks on South; political memorabilia collection like no other; Bob Simon's last "60 Minutes" story
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After 2-day break, new winter storm slams NYC - USA TODAY
Google News - over 4 years
Washington Post After 2-day break, new winter storm slams NYC USA TODAY After a brief. warm-weather break, Old Man Winter stormed back into the New York city area Monday with heavy snow for the morning commute and a forecast of 10 inches of snow in parts of the tri-state area by day's end. As heavy rain changed to wet, heavy ... Snow Snarls New York Commute as Hundreds of Flights Grounded (1)Businessweek Winter Storm to Pummel Tri-State, 10 Inches of Snow PossibleNBC New York Snow Snarls New York Commute as Hundreds of Flights GroundedSan Francisco Chronicle STLtoday.com -13WHAM-TV all 569 news articles »
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Mean Old Man Winter steps down from the North early: Will he stick around?
Yahoo News - almost 5 years
Scientists and skeptics continue to quibble over global warming, but meanwhile Americans and Europeans are bracing for what could be a mean ol’ winter, given early signs – including 1,000 low temp records set in the US over Thanksgiving break – that Winter 2014 could be a real teeth-chatterer. Americans aren’t alone in wondering about what’s ahead, given that record lows have largely kept pace with record highs this year.
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Old Man Winter comes knocking before Thanksgiving
Yahoo News - almost 5 years
Old Man Winter apparently smells the turkey already.
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Gini Graham Scott: Seeing By Your Tongue
Huffington Post - over 5 years
Everyday brings new technological breakthroughs -- and one of the most fascinating is the development of sensors that enable the tongue to actually see. This ability is rudimentary now, like seeing a series of pointillist patterns, perhaps a little like the earliest video games. But consider the possibilities as the technology is further developed, so that it may start to approach the 3-D realism of video games of today. While the technology was developed with blind users in mind, all sorts of uses and users are possible. Here's how it works, as Drake Bennett describes in "Beyond Your Fingertips". While the eyes and then the hearing are commonly considered our most important sense organs, the tongue is very sensitive as well as muscular, packed with both taste buds and nerves. But it not only enables us to eat and talk -- computer engineers feel it can do so much more, including enabling us to see, with a little help from technology. Some of this early technology has ...
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Cindy Auten: Will Phil See His Shadow?
Huffington Post - over 5 years
February 2 marks another Groundhog Day. Another year I cross my fingers hoping that Phil won't see his shadow... or maybe I want him to see it. I can never remember, but mark my word, I'm rooting for spring. The reality usually sets in though -- it is February and I do live in the D.C. area. It's a safe bet that Old Man Winter will stay for a while longer. The irregular weather patterns lately have us all scurrying to find our jackets, snow gear, or even at times flip flops. It's been an odd season. Whatever Phil has in his hat (or up his sleeve), the forecast tells us that, as an organization, we have to prepare for whatever he throws our way. That's where we see a huge return in working remotely. The rise in BYOD adoption, video conferencing, and other mobile technologies means we are able to stay connected to the office and our colleagues no matter where we are. We are no longer commuting to the office every day. Telework is becoming more of the norm across both pub...
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