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Thursday, February 15, 2007

Links

Enough container. Give me some content.

My colleague Daniel Sato, I think it’s fair to say, is a man of few words.

When he speaks up, then, it’s usually for good reason.

He wrote an entry today about multimedia photojournalism presentations, and I thought he was right on the money. I agree with him 100 percent, but I’m almost too angry about the whole thing to add anything constructive right now.

The key quote: “The thing is, technology and the way we present our work is always going to change.” Amen. God willing, I’ll still be learning new technology long after all my professors are dead. Teach me the things that don’t change.



Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Photos

This year, say it with discount merchandise

Happy Valentines. Now buy some shit.

The assignment was to depict Valentine’s Day in a photo without using cliches like hearts or cupids. I went with the obvious.