Hey, I admit it. I Google myself every once in a while. It’s a good way to keep up on how my web site and my blog are being indexed. It’s also a convenient way to find out if photos of mine are appearing online. You never know what you may find…
A few days [...]
San Francisco, CA, 1/27/10, 12:28PM EST – Apple Inc. surprised the world today unveiling its newest device, the iCaplet – a small pill embossed with the Apple logo. Media and fans were sent into a frenzy of excitement and confusion. The world had expected the iTablet – a thin netbook sized computer which would revolutionize [...]
This morning, before work, I was in our basement crawl space on leg three of replacing the battery backup sump pump. An odyssey which began two days earlier and required no less than three trips to Lowe’s.
It should have been simple. I already had a battery backup sump pump in place. Swap it out [...]
Well, the Jersey Shore must have been getting too much attention lately so the Pinelands decided to reclaim some for themselves. Dateline: Vineland, NJ, 1/21/10 – the police have arrested a man, the lessee-manager of a bowling alley, for contracting the torching of a rival alley a few miles away. The accused’s business [...]
The ’09 to ’10 jump has been a time of teams. If you have teenage girls in the house then late this fall it was Team Edward or Team Jacob. Apparently, Team Jacob ruled the roost but considering that I couldn’t even make it through the first movie, it was well off of [...]
How can we bridge what is so tangible about the instant film Polaroid camera with what is so, um, kind of immediate about the digital camera?
These were shot last month during my Berkshire jaunt.
One quick story, Fred Rudolph, pictured above, is eighty-nine. He was a pistol to work with; kept me on my toes and kept me laughing the whole time.
Here’s one exchange:
Fred – Too bad you’re not shooting film.
Me – Film? [...]
A few days ago the New York Times ran the story of Louis Mendes, New York City street photographer. At age 70 he does what he has done for forty years. He creates portraits with a Speed Graphic and Polaroid film. While others, working the same crowds, require crews just to round up people and [...]
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