The Snowman War
If he would add to this regularly, there’s real potential here.
m o o d a h o l i c / Load Balancing
The Jedi Librarian: HOWTO End Information Overload
Simplify your life. ;)
Shifting Ground in the Holy Land
“If this corroborates exactly what is written in that part of the Bible, it means that probably other parts are historically correct. The impact is tremendous.”
Daily Walks | Diane Varner | Journey of Descent
Really, all of her photographs have a nascent feel, as though you are witnessing something deeply organic. They feel both fresh and old at the same time.
Note: Nascent (as defined by a dictionary) doesn’t really work here the way I wanted, but it was the only word that came to mind. The texture of the word seemed to fit the texture of the photographs, so I used it anyway. Hey, whadya gonna do?
Daily Walks | Diane Varner| A Slippery Grip
Someday I’m going to get a good macro lens. So much of God’s creation is missed because its so small.
Slashdot | Apple Dumps Most of Aperture Dev. Team
Not a bad move on Apple’s part, seeing as how Adobe Lightroom got better reviews, and its still in Beta and Mac only. ;)
I was off in my own little world and didn’t realize that I had run out of photos in my queue, so um, I’ll get right on that. I have a few more Ireland photos yet to post and then back to more STL related imagery.
This has been a test of the emergency broadcast sytem. no wait. this was no test. um. This has been an example of the emergency broadcast sytem.
ProgrammableWeb: Mashups and the Web as Platform
Keep track of all those apps that use the various api’s being propogated out there.
PushingPrimitives: It takes its toll
Dark, in a “You’re going to hell” sorta way.
Vintage French Tourism PR photos – a photoset on Flickr
“From 1934 towards the end of the sixties, the French Ministry for Tourism employed full-time PR photographers to snap “celebrities” travelling by Air France.”
c h r o m a s i a / 25 April, 2006 / the return of the king
Up close and personal!
Thinsite – cheap unleaded
Heavily photoshopped, apocalypic. :)
Point and Shoot
Though I would never want to live in a country as poor as the one dipicted in this photograph, the artist in me is drawn to the poignancy so often found in such environments.