Spiderman and Froggie's lunch is about to be rudely disrupted
Is it just me or do people seem to be having trouble "keeping up" with Flickr? One sees lots of "I'm busy" name tags...
I think many of us enjoy the benefits of having many and good contacts, but the time involved is significant. Unless you have a small contact network, and most of my contacts don't, Flickrtime can turn into hours. It is no wonder people get Flickr-burned-out.
Is having a smaller network the only sustainable solution, or are there other ways of managing the temporal black hole of Flickr? (Explore)
Diamond on Blue
My amateurish attempt to photograph a diamond engagement ring without light tent of artificial light. The ring was kept on a piece of blue paper near a wide window and reflectors filled in any shadow.
Left over from the previous tenant, this sign is on the back door of the Caroline Collective.
Update: this photo was blogged here with the creative commons license. Great to see the photography in use and I appreciate the attribution!
Health Care Rally for a Public Option in front of Senator Bill Nelson´s Office
A group of people convoked by the organization Move-on, equal rights and others gather in front of the office of Senator Bill Nelosn to fight for President Obama´s health care plan with a strong public health insurance option. We need Senator Bill Nelson to be strong advocate in this fight.
70 % of American People support President Obama´s commitment to public health insurance option.
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