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Wednesday's top stories and testing the Frame X Frame iPhone app

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Good morning!

Here are your most-viewed stories from Wednesday and most-commented items in the last 24 hours:

Most-viewed stories

  1. Lawrence man arrested after being accused of stealing ex-girlfriend’s car keys in 900 block of Massachusetts Street
  2. IRS revokes tax-exempt status of more than 100 Lawrence nonprofits
  3. 7 killed in traffic accidents in Kansas in 1 day
  4. Topeka father, son die in skid loader accident west of Perry Lake
  5. Public Incentives Review Committee to assess Olive Garden retail tax break option

Most-commented items in the last 24 hours

  1. Statehouse Live: Teacher retirements, reductions increase dramatically
  2. Public Incentives Review Committee to assess Olive Garden retail tax break option
  3. Blog: CON-servative
  4. OTS: What is your least favorite household chore?
  5. Lawrence man arrested after being accused of stealing ex-girlfriend’s car keys in 900 block of Massachusetts Street

Cool iPhone app

I'm always looking for cool iPhone apps. Especially ones that have value when it comes to multimedia creation. When we got some new Gorillapods for iPhones yesterday, there was an app advertised on the front of the box called Frame X Frame <--- that link opens the iTunes store.

From what I can tell so far, it's a pretty sweet photo and video app — especially for the price (free). It has some solid features:

  • Stop motion (creates a video file)
  • Time lapse (adds photos to your camera roll)
  • Burst photography (takes three-shot bursts)
  • Self-timed photos
  • Anti-shake and leveling features

You can customize most of these to fit the type of project you're working on, too. I took my iPhone to the corner of Seventh and Massachusetts streets yesterday afternoon to test it and made this stop motion video of traffic (thrilling material, I know). It took about 10 minutes to shoot the 600 photos in the movie.

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