The reasons for the break in service with my podcast host has yet to be fully explained. In the meantime as I research this further all podcasts should be available for download. If you discover this not to be the case please let me know as soon as possible.
I regret to inform my podcast subscribers that there is an interruption in my Podcast feed as a result of a fraudulent cancellation of my podcast hosting account over night. Once the service is restored I’ll relay an update. Sorry for the inconvenience.
I’m slowly making head way in posting all of my photos from last years Photo A Day project. The latest being… September 2006. Stay posted I’m aiming to get October photos out soon.[tags]Photo A Day, PAD, stakeout, 2006, digital photography, photo, photography[/tags]
Digital photography by definition relies on being processed with photo editing software such as the popular Adobe Photoshop. As many photographers know editing can encompass traditional post-processing (curves, levels, contrast, saturation, sharpening, spotting, etc.) to provide an accurate representation of the subject or scene and can extend into more elaborate digital manipulation (removal/addition of objects, col
If you look to the right of this post you’ll see something new has been added to my blog template… a Twitter badge. For those of you that are unaware of Twitter do take note. Twitter provides a mechanism for a social networks to communicate via web, IM and SMS (AKA phone text messaging). Most everyone I talk to explaining the service never realize the value this can provide and to be honest I dismissed Tw
A few weeks ago I read about some amazing Crystal Caves discovered in Mexico and was blown away by the photos! (Thanks Raoul via Twitter) This week what little skepticism I had of this story is now gone seeing as how National Geographic is now reporting the discovery as well. Check it out. The first site actually has more photos and larger ones at that. Giant crystal cave in Mexico – Cellar.org Photo Gallery: G
3710 miles, 4 days at the Social Media Summit, 3 deep dish pizzas, 2GB of images and 1 conference presentation later I’m back home. Chicago was great, but nothing beats being home in San Francisco. Trip photo highlights to be posted soon.
A few days ago my wife came back from Starbucks and on her cup of coffee was sleeve with an advertisement for the new GMC Acadia. “Welcome to Acadia. The crossover from GMC” Like most people I didn’t think much of this at first. After all we’re bombarded with tons of marketing messages everyday and most of us have learned to filter much of this out. Except on this day I also passed a GMC Denal