Monthly Archives: July 2011

“Blessed be the inventor of photography! I set him above even the inventor of chloroform! It has given more positive pleasure to poor suffering humanity than anything else that has “cast up” in my time or is like to—this art by which even the “poor” can possess themselves of tolerable likenesses of their absent dear ones. And mustn’t it be acting favourably on the morality of the country?” -Jane Welsh Carlyle

It brings the past to the present; it takes us from the present to the past; it describes the indescribable; it clarifies the ambiguous; it takes us to far away places; and re-grounds our minds when they wander. Photography as … Continue reading

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“James Bond wore a Rolex,” “Who really needs more convincing than that?” -Michael Williams, A Continuous Lean-A Men’s Style Blog

The timing of Today’s blog post could not have been more fitting, considering I just realized in my gathering and brainstorming that today marks the first day in over 3 months that I have worn my watch. Now, it is … Continue reading

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“under those too-bright fluorescents, we are all equalized and exposed, our appetites and eccentricities laid bare.”

su·per·mar·ket [soo-per-mahr-kit] -noun 1.a large retail market that sells food and other household goods and that is usually operated on a self-service basis. Coop, bodega, general store, grocery, dimestore, delicatessen, trading post, market, corner store, five-and-dime, d’epicerie, drogheria, tienda de … Continue reading

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“Free at last; free at last; thank God Almighty we are free at last.” -Martin Luther King, JR.

So I was going to write today about branding and logos and important stuff…I actually had it all planned out; but then I watched last night what might be the best stand up comedy ever: Louis C.K.-Hilarious, and I realized … Continue reading

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