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Back to Basics

Keith Green points us to this New York Times article on Kwaku Alston: . ‘I just got back to basics,’ said Mr. Alston, 40, who has divided his time between Venice and New York for nearly 10 years now. ‘I had been just pumping out commercial images all day long, that when you looked at it,…I want to go back to web development and consulting. A Lesser Photographer: The Lure of Diminishing Returns…

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Google has the same problem today that Microsoft had 20 years ago

Steve Lohr, reporting for the New York Times on the Google-Skyhook legal issue: “Google has the same problem today that Microsoft had 20 years ago, when Windows started to take off in the personal computer market,” said David B. Yoffie, a professor at the Harvard Business School. “It needs to maintain the integrity of its technology, and control it.” via Daring Fireball…

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Thought I was hacked

Had a bit of a scare this morning while reading my feeds. I clicked on a link to the a New York Times article and was presented with this message: So my first thought was I clicked on the wrong link. I tried it again and got the same message. Now I was worried. Was my MacBook hacked? Was my router compromised. I switched from NewNewsReader to Safari was able to get to the Apple web site. I then did…

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I'm famous

Hey. I'm famous. 🙂 Not really. Got a note from the Wall Street Journal that they used my photo in a story on diabetes. The photo was one of many that I submitted to the Diebetes 365 project on Flickr. Technorati Tags: diabetes, health…

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