Grave Trails

By | July 21, 2014

I went driving looking for things of interest to photograph. I saw a small cemetery on the side of the road and stopped to take a look. I thought it might be a local family cemetery and it was . . . only the family was from much farther back than I thought. View Snead […]

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Photography – Week 33

By | July 20, 2014

There are two men inside the artist, the poet and the craftsman. One is born a poet. One becomes a craftsman. Emile Zola Letter to Paul Cézanne (16 April 1860), as published in Paul Cézanne : Letters (1995) edited by John Rewald As I continue to take more pictures, more consistently, and with a bit […]

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The Web is Plastic

By | July 20, 2014

Twitter really needs to seriously rethink the *mandatory* & unalterable displaying of images in one’s timeline on http://t.co/kklAvPC4K8 — Digital Maverick (@digitalmaverick) July 20, 2014 I saw the post above this morning and thought to myself that this is a problem I can solve. You can still bend and shape it to your desires, even […]

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Weekly Web Harvest (weekly)

By | July 19, 2014

Is Coding the New Literacy? | Mother Jones “Maybe that doesn’t seem like a lot, but consider what the city pays to keep it running: $9 a month in hosting costs. “I figured that even if it only led to a few fire hydrants being shoveled out, that could be the difference between life or […]

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Personalized Drinking

By | July 17, 2014

Personalized You can have any flavor we give you. Heck son. You can even mix the flavors we give you. Tastes like freedom doesn’t it?

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Gravestone Iconography

By | July 16, 2014

I found a decent paper on gravestone imagery and a few other sites as I explored around. There are quite few people interested in gravestones. I figured I’d create a little mini-guide using the images I’ve taken at Hollywood Cemetery. It’ll likely make sense to do something more formal later on but doing elements of […]

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Hollywood Cemetery – Preliminary Thoughts

By | July 16, 2014

I’m pretty excited about a new project we’ll be working on this year. We’re going to look at a local historically significant, but still active, cemetery through a variety of disciplinary lenses. Hollywood Cemetery is the permanent home of two presidents of the USA (James Monroe and John Tyler) and one president of the CSA […]

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Jetpack Tiled Gallery Example

By | July 14, 2014

I turned on the Tiled Galleries (directions on that link) in the WordPress Jetpack Plugin. This is an example of what it looks like. It’s easy to do and has some decent options. You do have to accept what you’re given but such is the price of convenience . . .

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Photography – Week 32

By | July 14, 2014

This is from Sugar Hollow Park. I’ve never seen so many snapping turtles. It’d be a great place to go back with a good zoom lens. I did a little work with Enoch this weekend. This is the view from the window in his barn.

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Weekly Web Harvest (weekly)

By | July 12, 2014

more than 95 theses – Stanley was extraordinarily logical, inclined to… ” this basically involved the actors going so far beyond just being actors that they were either living the role by then in a Zen state of hypnosis, or they might go crazy and do something completely original, fresh and strange.”” tags: weekly stanley […]

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