Sep - 9th

How to spend quality time on the web?

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Here’s an interesting post from Merlin Mann, one of my favorite productivity gurus on how he’s going to improve his approach to the web: …To be honest, I don’t have a specific agenda for what I want to do all that differently, apart from what I’m already trying to do every day: identify and destroy […]

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Sep - 3rd

Crumpler 7 Million Dollar Home

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I’ve never been a fan of camera bags that looked too much like a “CAMERA BAG!!!“. Much of my photography is done at dusk, early mornings, and urban street street photography in dodgy neighborhoods. I need to be able to pull my camera out, take a shot quickly and stuff it back quickly, all the […]

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Sep - 3rd

“American Photobooth”, a book review

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American Photobooth is a new illustrated history of photobooths, which first made their splash in the 1920s. Photographer Nakki Goranin became obsessed with the technology after creating a series of her own photobooth self-portraits now in the collection of the International Center for Photography in New York. She then spent nearly a decade tracing the […]

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Sep - 1st

Mimicking film with digital tricks

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Pssst! I’ve got a secret! Most decent imaging programs have the capability of automating actions. With the right actions applied to a photo, you can easily mimic some of the quirky qualities of your favorite film camera on multiple photos and bundle the actions to share with others. To Wit, the Holganizer. With it, you […]

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Jun - 4th

Organizational Zen

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http://money.cnn.com/popups/2006/fortune/how_i_work/frameset.exclude.html Marissa Mayer VP, Search Products and User Experience, Google Executive summary: Don’t just cope with information — revel in it. I don’t feel overwhelmed with information. I really like it. I use Gmail for my personal e-mail — 15 to 20 e-mails a day — but on my work e-mail I get as many […]

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