Since i recently got four different emails asking on why we chose the name and what are the backgrounds and aims of nanofunk, here are some answers: nanofunk.net was created in 2006 (02-mar-2006 to be exact) and was merely used to collect information for audio architects and sound designers - hence the name. There is some additional information on the most popular initiatives and blog posts of nanofunk on our about page.
In 2009, we started to use it to publish audio reviews, among an overview of new synthesizers and gadgets for creatives that work in the field of graphics, audio, photography and creative use of new technology. The current focus on audio is not that big anymore - since we just can not cover all the creative fields. Our main focus is on the fields we are actively working with, which is: Apple Macintosh, Hackintosh and Customac, Photography, DSLR Video and creative programming. We are touching the fields of gadget culture, gaming as well as other creative fields from time to time. If you want to blog on nanofunk, just let us know or drop us an email.
The official Manual for the Canon 5D MKIII has surfaced. (thanks planet5d for hosting the file)
Also downloadable: Canon EOS 5D Mark III Pocket Guide
How cool is that? registered users of Ableton Live and Max/Msp can sign up for the beta program of Max for Live (it's actually only a click, much different from Google Wave ;)
The only problem is: you need to own Ableton Live and Cycling74's Max/Msp 5 (which i actually do).
For now you can watch the Video from the Ableton Site, until i can post some hands-on-pictures and a full review (to be available in the next days).