Month: January 2018

  • January 31, 2018

    I stopped in on a photo exhibit the other day. Amazing portraits done in some sensitive situations. One thing missing: the photographer’s name. Later today there’s an event for the exhibition. In the event announcement on the venue’s blog? No mention of the photographer’s name. And here in my writing, something missing because out of…

  • January 30, 2018

    You need to take on projects that are It’s become Big projects. Taking on large tasks. That is where I have ended up. Do something every day for a year. Completely remodel the web presence, removing (deleting) content that is weak. Adding content that is strong. Every day I am posting photographs from the past…

  • The Photo Show – Susan Kismaric

    I’ve been going through then entire archive of The Photo Show podcast. They’re all great. The beauty of this episode was the way Susan helped me remember that the career I chose has a rich history full of importance, towering artistry, and genius. [contentcards url=””]

  • January 16, 2018

    January 16, 2018

    If my wife’s job went like mine today, she would have spent most of her day teaching to an empty classroom. Teaching – like still giving the lessons that she’d prepared – to empty seats. She would have been talking all day, with no audience. Soul crushing.

  • Christopher Anderson – A Small Voice

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  • January 3, 2018

    Thinking a lot about an offhand comment someone made about templating making things all look the same. The trade-off is productivity. Templates save a lot of time. But true, you need to use the saved time to continually refine and improve the template, and develop the next version. My version – build a template or…

  • What Happens When the Government Uses Facebook as a Weapon?

    What Happens When the Government Uses Facebook as a Weapon?

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