Brown Hall, Princeton University

Sean ,a member of the New Jersey SmugMug User Group, organized a photo walk of Princeton University.   We met up on the green at Palmer Square and waited 15 minutes before proceeding.   It was a cold day, and the brisk hour-and-a-half walk around campus did not help take the edge off.   I took more photos with my iPhone than I did with my Nikon, but this one was the most pleasing of the DSLR set.

By 1888, it had been almost a decade since the construction of Edwards Hall, the "poor man's dormitory," and by the fall of that year, half the first-year class had lodgings in town. Accordingly, the College decided to construct a new dormitory. In early 1889, the Trustees awarded the contract to the New York architect A. Page Brown. Brown was instructed to design a five-story dormitory with three entries located diagonally to the southeast of Edwards. The working title of the new building was Brown Hall, a name chosen not to honour the architect but to honour the donor, Mrs David B. Brown. via

I used Photomatix Pro to create an HDR from a single RAW image and did some minor cropping in Adobe Lightroom.

Princeton University Professor Ed Felten on Flash and privacy

With respect to Flash, the issues have to do with the uses for tracking, so-called Flash cookies for example, and the fact that today, when you use the cookie controls in your browser, they don't directly affect the treatment of Flash local storage objects or cookies.There's some other issues with Flash that I could suppose we could address at another time.

Princeton University Professor Ed Felten via A deeper dive into Do-Not-Track - O'Reilly Radar