A corridor of flickering light
The Illuminated Corridor meets the Internet Archive. What does that even mean? To find out, I went to the source, Oakland artist, musician, and impresario Suki O’Kane: wake up!: What is the Illuminated Corridor? Suki O’Kane: The Illuminated Corridor is a next step in outdoor cinema: a nomadic public art installation that creates site-specific illumination […]
Seaside Jazz Fest 2007
Seaside Jazz Fest 2007 Originally uploaded by andytnisbet. B’s brother Andy took this really nice picture of my sweetie and me. We spent Sunday down in Seaside (right next door to Monterey). Good food, great people, fantastic music (with a rotating cast of players), not too many speeches, birthday wishes to B’s sister Peg, anniversary […]
Local blogging gets a site
The talented Lisa Williams has launched Placeblogger: PressThink: Check out Placeblogger.com. It’s About All Those Hyperlocal News Sites Springing Up… …via George, who pointed out the article in Poynter wherein it is written […] Today, Lisa Williams debuted Placeblogger, an online resource that lists and showcases placeblogs — so far 713 from around the U.S., […]
Is ANWR as ugly as they say?
Jim Goldstein was up in Alaska in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge recently and brought back these photographs. He says, “A conservative friend asked me, ‘Is ANWR as really as ugly as they say it is? This alarmed me a great deal after having one of the best photo trips I’ve taken to date. The […]
Blog is beautiful
Jerry Brown is blogging. He is also running for attorney general of the state of California. He is also the mayor of Oakland. I voted for him in the California primary in 1992. He still has the generic TypePad design. Welcome!
Hurry up and wait
I woke up at 4:30 am on Monday for a 5 o’clock pick up to get to the airport by 5:30 for a 6:15 flight. As it was Monday morning, the security lines were incredibly long, but I had no problem making my flight (on Sky West, which shuttles for Delta). My plane on both […]