Avoid powerful people. Great ideas aren’t anointed, they spread through a...– Seth’s Blog: Random rules for ideas worth spreading
The real $blog$ question—Did the internet temporarily give some people the idea...– Twitter / Ross Evertson: The real $blog$ question—D …
So if your reaction to the NY Times “pay wall” is going to be “Well, then I’ll...– ‘Why information should remain free’ - Conscientious I think the problem for Joerg is that Conscientious isn’t the NY Times. I’m struggling to think of anything that Conscientious can offer that I couldn’t find elsewhere for free, and of an equal (if not higher) standard….. (via benrobertsphoto)
A typical buzzword response
conscientious: Here is a rather typical response to the post about free I published a couple of days ago. Note that - just like most “debates” that involve technology - it doesn’t actually explain anything, and it doesn’t offer any solutions. It just repeats business mantras, that, once you question them, don’t make any sense (because for the most part, they employ circular logic - if logic at...
It really is essential that we start to realize that if we want to keep a...– ‘Why information should remain free’ - Conscientious If you want to become a full time publisher then you need to learn about the publishing business. It’s never been easy, and never will be easy to make money. There are numerous blogs out there that have created...
What you can sell, what you better be able to sell, is intimacy. It’s...– Seth Godin on spreading music and selling intimacy | Derek Sivers
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I think the crucial difference is that curating should really imply more than a...– Word of the Year 2009 | eyecurious
that said, for all the photographers in brooklyn, there are no decent photo labs...– ELIZABETH WEINBERG’S MOBLOG/SCRAPBOOK - There’s a ton of photographers in Brooklyn right now. Do you think it’s a unique creative moment or just another boring trend? Is there a Brooklyn sensibility?
Anonymous asked: Do you think photographers love photographers too much? What I mean is...sometimes feels like photographers will love all the greats, and not have defined tastes like others might have about music or film. We blindly enjoy quality of the work rather than make distinctions of the style and content of work which we enjoy most.
claytoncubitt: Olbermann on the recent Supreme Court decision that allows unlimited spending (“free speech”) by “corporate humans” for political campaigns: U.S. government for sale (transcript) It’s interesting that he frames his opening in relationship to another disastrous Supreme Court ruling, Dred Scott, which affirmed that slaves were not human citizens in the eyes of the law, which led to...
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The casual visitor to your photostream will land on your front page, and there...– Haiti on Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Mrs. Popova uses a meticulously curated feed of Web sites and Twitter followers...– ‘Controlled Serendipity’ Liberates the Web - Bits Blog - NYTimes.com
What we’re dealing with now is not the problem of information overload,...– Shirky: Problem is filter failure, not info overload | The Open Road - CNET News via Art Fag City
Anonymous asked: are portfolio reviews really worth all that?