I’ve removed nearly all of the content from my website, apologies to anyone who still had links to any of the material hosted on netbuie.net. It’s gone and won’t be coming back.
I built the website as a way to learn HTML and CSS many years ago, and the content has largely been static as my interests have shifted. I’ve redirected the domain to point to my Tumblr blog, which functions as an intermittent photoblog. I plan on creating a photo portfolio site at some point, but who knows when I will have time for that.
Of course, these studies don’t tend to focus on one other major benefit of open-plan: it’s a cheap way of cramming more people into less space.
Is it me or did every conservative suddenly decide letting people keep their plan is unworkable the moment Obama endorsed it?— Jonathan Chait (@jonathanchait) November 14, 2013
EZ reader translation for people who have forgotten how to read long stuff….
All cameras now good. Technical Mastery not as important as in year’s past. Old guys love technical mastery. New guys like making different style images and don’t care about image perfection. Aesthetic pendulum swings from perfect to emotive. Some camera makers evolve. Some not. Cameras getting smaller and easier to use. Old styles of shooting fading. New styles emerging. Good time to be a photographer. Change is inevitable. Change is good for young people. Change harder for some old people. Kirk is happy and now goes off swimming. May toss all old gear and just get better phone.