Have you ever dreamed of riding in the Tour de France? Of zipping along flats and climbing alpine roads with Lance Armstrong at your side?
Ok, I have dreamed of going to the Tour de France as a spectator, but let’s be honest here. I weigh 195 pounds, ride a pink steel bike and live [...]
From Doc Searls: The Revolution will not be intermediated
Nothing with real real value is dead, so long as it can be found on the Web and there are links to it. Humans are the ones with hands. Not intermediaries. Not AOL, or TechCrunch, or HuffPo, or Google or the New York Freaking Times. The Net [...]
12 beers of Christmas, Beer Bistro, Chicago (cell phone)
Leica M6, Kodak Tri-x
Leica M6, Fuji Neopan 1600
Speaking of Moleskine notebooks, I’m always amazed at what I see in the Moleskinerie group on Flickr. Some talented folks in that group.
10 Ways Social Media Will Change in 2010
One interesting point from the article: “2009 revealed the growing role women play online. Women make 75% of all buying decisions for the home, and 85% [...]
I have a few obsessions (rangefinders, Tri-x film, fountain pens, steel-framed bikes, and more…). One of them is notebooks. I’m not hard-wired to be organized, but I have been into GTD for years and over time have modified it to suit my needs. I love Moleskine notebooks and use several variations. Awhile back I ran [...]
On Assignment: Afghanistan in Free Fall – photo essay by Moises Saman. He also has a book, Afghanistan, Broken Promise.
A prototype article skimmer from the New York Times.