The Transamerica building looking south from Telegraph Hill.
View from our loft Today I turned 33. Spent the day feeling extremely grateful for everything I have in my life. There are still things I’m burning to do and specific challenges to find solutions to, but I finally find myself in a city that I call home, and reaching that particular lifelong goal has […]
Looking down at Market and 2nd St.
“Flickr, now in public beta, is a real-time media-sharing playspace, where you can share photos with friends and family live and online, and create your own groups.”
Photography exhibit of NYC photobloggers at the Apple Soho store.
Last week’s blackout gave moblogging its first real chance to provide grassroots coverage of a major news event says this piece. The result: Lots of digital photos appearing on weblogs taken in the blackout zone by people using digital phone/cameras. Travis Larson, spokesman for the Cellular Telecommunications and Internet Association: “This may be the first […]
A downloadable flyer that details Your Rights When Stopped or Confronted for Photography.