Category: Projects

Photography Field Guide: 10 Essential Shots for Covering a Weather Disaster

What good is a freakishly large hurricane bearing down on NYC if you can’t photograph it? Now, thanks to Scientific American’s Compound Eye Science Photography blog, we have a concise guide to the key shots for covering the hurricane, or any disaster. It’s certainly an interesting explanation of each shot, and goes the illustrate the …

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Getting A Job In Antarctica: My Long Journey 2009-2012

I want to live and work in Antarctica. It’s been a dream of mine for years, and starting about 4 years ago, I finally decided to make my dream a reality. As you may expect, getting a job – a real job, and not just a tourist ticket down to the South Pole is tricky. …

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Videoblog: Tatzu Nishi’s ‘Discovering Columbus’ Installation

Hello from high above Columbus Circle in NYC at Tatzu Nishi’s “Discovering Columbus”: Videoblog on YouTube From NY Times: To see the work, “Discovering Columbus,” visitors need only procure a free timed ticket, sign a release, climb six flights of stairs and enter the white windowed box that has been built around the figure. It’s a …

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Email Overload! My Year in Emails According to ToutApp

At the end of last year, startup ToutApp released an online tool that analyzes my entire gmail account and provides an interesting statistical breakdown of email trends. A few excerpts from the report: ToutApp also makes a nice business networking iPhone app, which simplifies the network/instant followup workflow when meeting people. A competitor to Bump? …

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