10 Ways Photography Can Change Your Life (It Changed Mine). I’m not a big fan of list posts. They’re too formulaic, written with contrived expertise to amass links and likes. Boring…
“10 Ways” is different. It’s personal. It’s authentic. It’s inspiring.
And it’s just what I needed to counterbalance the stressful news of the past few days.
I also added Frankie’s blog to my regular “must read” list. It makes me smile. I hope it does the same for you. :-)
Now is a good time to throw some support to the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
Government Secrets and the Need for Whistle-blowers. A great essay by Bruce Schneier. “Whistle-blowing is the moral response to immoral activity by those in power.”
Oh, to have this vantage. I’m so jealous…
As part of the census process, the U.S. Government also collects more detailed demographic information, the American Community Survey. This data is available to view on a map at the county level.
It’s getting hard to comment on today’s mainstream news without sounding like yesterday’s wacko, conspiracy, nut job.
I reached a milestone today: I donated my sixteenth pint, totaling two gallons of blood.
I reached my one gallon milestone in December of 2009, but had to stop giving blood for a year after visiting rural China in 2010.
Will you join me in giving blood?
The neighbors’ trees inspire me in the evening.