Boy, oh boy, is software ever hungry. It’s eating everything. The world, most famously, but also books, CDs, DVDs, and now cameras, too.
Additional notes on photography in the age of the networked lens.
… Zip drives ate floppies.
CDs ate Zips.
DVDs ate CDs.
SD cards ate film.
LCDs ate CRTs.
Telephony ate telegraphy.
Text messaging ate talking.
Tablets are eating our paper …
In the last two years a simple, strong truth has emerged: The future of books is built upon networked platforms, not islands.
An essay about what a contemporary digital book looks like — scattered and disjointed, spread across multiple platforms in various states of open and closed.
If digital covers as we know them are so 'dead,' why do we hold them so gingerly? Treat them like print covers? We can't hurt them. They're dead. So let's start hacking. Pull them apart, cut them into bits and see what we come up with.
On Building Flipboard for iPhone and Finding the Edges of Our Digital Narratives.
Thinking about books after Books. Publishing after Publishers.
There is the making of content. The content container. Then, our playful dance around the container.
How does digital affect these spaces? How do we talk about these spaces?
A review of the 14mm Panasonic micro four thirds lens.
We did this for four days and on the fifth we went home.
Notes on successful Fundraising with Kickstarter.com & the (re)making of Art Space Tokyo
Let's talk about text.
Let's talk about the digital book.
Print is dead. Digital is surging. Everyone is confused.
A collections of thoughts on the future of books in the context of the iPad.
Night photography at Annapurna base camp, and a travelogue on reaching the sanctuary.
A supplementary gallery of video taken while hiking in Nepal.
Part travelogue. Part camera review.
A look at traveling with Panasonic's new DMC-GF1 Micro Four Thirds camera coupled with the Lumix 20mm f1.7 lens in the mountains of Nepal.
@font-face: the hope of a standard, cross-platform, cross-browser, lightweight method for referencing font-files not found on end users' computer.