Category Archives: Photography

Memorial Day Weekend

I read in the Times today that you’re not supposed to ask a working person what their summer plans are because you’ll make them feel bad, especially if you’re headed off to your summer home in the Hamptons or the … Continue reading

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Election day

It’s primary day in Pennsylvania, and I didn’t get up at 5:15 and stagger over to the polling place and open up the machines and put up the notices and swear I wasn’t betting on the outcome and stare at … Continue reading

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What I have to do today

(Mow it, before it gets to 86 degrees out there)

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One True Media is closing!

Nobody I know ever heard of One True Media, which may be why it’s closing, but the only reason Google gives us is that Disney acquired something called Spotify, which owned One True Media. It seems like the whole world … Continue reading

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The welcome tyranny of the seasonal calendar

When I first became a manager, after spending my days finding out what the marketing people wanted to know and designing research and analyzing data and writing reports and generally living a self-regulated life, my days were suddenly taken over … Continue reading

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Why you shouldn’t rely on Google translate

So yesterday I wrote about what I was going to write about for my Italian homework (you can scroll down to read it if you missed it). Here’s how it came out: A Difficult Journey A few years ago, my … Continue reading

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If you’re white, rich and Republican, you’re welcome to vote

According to Chief Justice John Roberts, There is no right in our democracy more basic than the right to participate in electing our political leaders. And what does this mean, this right to participate in electing our leaders? Well, it … Continue reading

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