By absolute coincidence, I noticed Alex Carpenter create this excellent site of coffee roasters on GitHub. The site breaks down roasters by state, gives you the physical address, and the…More
Our dear friends, Felipe and Abi visited us for Memorial Day weekend. We had such an amazing time, and one of the many things we did was visit La Jolla Cove.…More
Colin Devroe: These two examples are just the latest proof that if you put stuff out into the world you will receive attention or work if you are seeking it. It…More
A group consisting of family and friends went to tour the Getty Museum last week. After visiting the museum, we headed to the Santa Monica Pier, which I’d never been to.…More
I was born and raised in Southern California, living about 15 minutes away from the ocean for most of my life. But as the saying goes, you don’t appreciate what…More
This is a very personal episode where I share why I’m building Bokeh.
And then they have the audacity to be disappointed at us when we do not meet their unfair and un-agreed-upon expectations of what they consider to be “productive behavior”. Feeling…More
I’ve been trying to take at least one picture a day. Making coffee in the morning always makes for some great photos. If you’re curious to see how I brew…More
Another fantastic episode from Science Vs.
There was a winter storm in Minnesota today. All of our friends and family living there couldn’t help themselves from sending us photos. We sent them these. Camera: Sony α7 III…More
Damien Demolder writing for Digital Photography Review: The Auschwitz Museum has asked visitors to be more respectful after an upsurge of pictures posted on social media showing people posing on the…More
I haven’t been very public about this, but I was going through a severe bout of seasonal depression. We were living in a basement apartment in one of the coldest…More
Yuki Noguchi reporting for NPR: The expression “Netflix and chill” isn’t just code for date night. It speaks volumes about how closely relationships entwine with digital life. But unwinding these entanglements…More
Shawn Blanc: If you were to look at the amount of work you are doing, and the pace at which you doing that work, would it be something you would still…More
David Sparks has this thing he calls “hyper-scheduling.” Every time he writes about it, I feel like I should give it a shot. This type of structure would likely help…More