Posts Tagged ‘print’

Last Friday I was out pretty late with some friends. It was freezing out when I hopped off the train. I got home safely that night, but why was there an NYT blanket in my bag? I’d like to say that I was completely and utterly unsober when I signed up to receive the New […]


Last week after wrapping up the visit to the Apple UWS Store, I went to try to get some info on Barnes & Noble’s Nook e-reader. The one guy at the Nook booth started to chat me up and jazz up Barnsy’s new e-reader contender by sizing it up against the Amazon Kindle. There weren’t […]


Mens magazine Esquire isn’t going to just sit around and watch print die. Oh no. The people behind the scenes are working hard to come up with ideas that combine digital with the analog. Augmented Reality is what they came up with this year. Tech savvy readers will remember that Esquire pulled a similar marketing […]


Sitting on my desk are two piles. One is smaller than the other. They are both stacks of magazines that arrive in my mailbox on a weekly and monthly basis. The larger pile are all the magazines from the last three months that I haven’t even had a chance to flip through. With so much […]


Sundays for me usually are very busy. I spend most of it in a dark room developing my black and white film and then try to get some decent prints done. What once was a free day is now dedicated to photography overload – in a good way. I like to start and end my […]