Just a memory point for the latest in tiny cameras. Not ready to buy one of these just yet, but it sure would be nice to have a camera so small you can take it with you without thinking about it. My current model is the opposite of that.
Monthly Archive for May, 2005
I was expecting to like Remastered more than I did. The idea is that they give contemporary artists classic works of art, and ask them to give their take on the work. Some of the work is really interesting, but some of it seems to be too influenced by the original or worse, not influenced […]
Posted in Photography (mine) on May 25th, 2005
So, I took my first vacation over seas. I started out in New York City (Photos), which isn’t over seas, but which I’d never been to before. Then I went to Italy (Photos), Greece (Photos), Turkey — for a few hours (Photos), and a one night layover in Zuric Switzerland. You can read an entirely […]
I’m still not really here (as per my article below). I just had to pop in to say that while I use Mozilla rather than Firefox (mostly just because I prefer the way they handle URL completion in the address bar), this article about how Greasemonkey will blow up business models makes me think that […]
Entries have been kind of sparse around these parts lately. They’re probably going to get even sparser over the next few weeks. But, check back in June. There should be some entries in June.
How do you motivate people to change when even fear of death isn’t enough to motivate people to change? In Fast Company’s story, Change or Die suggests it takes reframing for a more emotional message, and radical, sweeping changes. “If you look at people after coronary-artery bypass grafting two years later, 90% of them have […]