Photography – Week 50

By | November 23, 2014

  This was at the train station around 5:20 AM. I like the dull colors and almost stupor like gaze of the man against the open-mouthed-hyper-enthusiasm of the TV “personality.” I didn’t get quite as close as I wanted. I shot fairly quickly because I couldn’t believe he’d keep holding that awkward pose.   Another early […]

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Weekly Web Harvest (weekly)

By | November 22, 2014

Why broken sleep is a golden time for creativity – Karen Emslie – Aeon “Night-waking, he told me, was different in nature from waking during the day, at least according to the documents he found. The third US president Thomas Jefferson, for example, read books on moral philosophy before bed so that he could ‘ruminate’ […]

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Photography – Week 49

By | November 16, 2014

This one was made entirely by the book covers. I liked the glimpse it gave of how she spent her time on the bus. I’m not exactly sure where this bus comes from but it drops off a number of people each day and it is an interesting group. “That mother . . . . […]

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Weekly Web Harvest (weekly)

By | November 15, 2014

As we may understand — Medium “However, in applying some of the (nicer!) ideas in practice, particularly towards influencing more sustainable behaviour at work and at home, around issues such as office occupancy and food choices, as well as energy use, it became clear that the models of people inherent in many kinds of ‘intervention’ […]

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Weekly Web Harvest (weekly)

By | November 8, 2014

Man Regrets Jumping Onto Whale Being Eaten By Sharks – Business Insider “Even the parents of this Perth, Australia, man who jumped onto a whale circled by hungry sharks say their son is an idiot. “ tags: whale sharks choices weekly Intoxicating machines – O’Reilly Radar ““Mr. Frankel, who started this program, began to suffer […]

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Photography – Week 48

By | November 8, 2014

A number of attempts at street photography . . .   I liked the mix of colors and lines and the mix of people who noticed the camera and those who were oblivious. I am making more of an effort to frame the shot despite the fact that it tends to alert people a bit […]

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Weekly Web Harvest (weekly)

By | November 1, 2014

Tangle: a JavaScript library for reactive documents This is awesome. I love this. tags: js javascript interactive documents data infographics visualization weekly Ipsos MORI | Poll | Perceptions are not reality: Things the world gets wrong tags: univ200 truth lies perception reality weekly stats We Are All Confident Idiots – Pacific Standard: The Science of […]

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Photography – Week 47

By | November 1, 2014

I’ve cropped this just about every way possible but keep coming back to this one. There is a chunk of empty asphalt. It also isn’t going to do as well in a small view as it’s easy to miss the kid on the handlebars and the cigarette- the very things that make the picture. I […]

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Photography – Week 46

By | October 25, 2014

At this point I’m taking between 200 and 300 pictures most days. I end up keeping about 1 out of 10. There’s talk about taking fewer pictures making you a better photographer. Maybe. I’m having fun and trying out lots of things so I’m ok with lots of pictures. Some shots I take I know […]

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Weekly Web Harvest (weekly)

By | October 25, 2014

The Miseducation of the Doodle “Having exhausted traditional learning methods such as highlighting, note-taking, and rote memorization, Virginia chose to unleash a powerful, primitive tool that ultimately turned out to be her savior: The Doodle. Virginia decided to draw rudimentary visual representations of every concept in her Morrison and Boyd textbook. She deployed a problem-solving […]

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