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An open letter from photographer Scott Wyden to Sony

It is time for Nikon and Canon to listen up.  Your financial charts are going on a downward slope.  You know it and we all know it.  So start paying attention to what your customers want.  Your customers are buying Sony A7 series cameras with the intention of using their Nikon and Canon lenses on it. You know this. So why would you not design a camera to compete with it? Why allow your customers to go somewhere else? Scott Wyden…

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2012 Web Site Metrics

My buddy, Scott Wyden, [published his 2012 blog metrics from Google Analytics](http://scottwyden.com/notable-website-statistics-2012/) data as an infographic[^1]. At the risk of embarrassing myself I thought I would do the same. As I expected the results are not what I want after 10 years of blogging. Less than half of my web traffic is US based with the rest spread thinly accross the planet. I seem to have a small readership in Europe. Most of my readership uses a WebKit based browser,…

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Trey Ratcliff New York PhotoWalk

When Scott told me a few weeks ago in a private message on Twitter that Trey Ratcliff might be coming to New York to host a photowalk, I was ecstatic. I made sure that my afternoon schedule was cleared so that I could hop the train from Princeton Junction to the World Trade Center. I knew it was going to be a crowded affair. Trey is a well-known popular photographer. We met up on Courtland Street near the World Trade…

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Google+ Photographers Group Asbury Park Photo Walk

people walking on boardwalk, Asbury Park, New Jersey

Today I met up on the Asbury Park Boardwalk with a group of photogs from the Google+ Photographers Group. Some were work friends, and the rest were strangers. The walk was organised by Scott Wyden Kivowitz - who until today I've only "known" online, and Daryl Meek. My friend and I drove down together. We got lost and ended up in Rumson, but we enjoyed the scenic route - lined with expensive shore homes - to Asbury Avenue. The windy…

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