Delivr, an API [application program interface] that creates postcards from any Creative Commons licensed image on Flickr.
Greg Downing’s photo workflow for the web [96kb PDF]
Photopermit.org “is about keeping photographers out of trouble, and supporting them when trouble looms.”
Security guards [street lingo = rent-a-cops] harassed a street photographer for taking pictures of a building at One Bush Street [at the corner of Bush and Market in San Francisco]. Mathew Honan has quickly put together a contest that invites other street photogs to go to One Bush Street and take more images of the building and post the links in his comments section. One lucky winner will receive a $10 gift certificate to the iTunes Music Store. Here are a couple of Flickr sites (1, 2) that show off images from photographers exercising their freedom of expression.
ACLU’s “Bustcard” [print the PDF and carry with you]
Kodachrome, an eulogy
Doug Menuez’s True Moments
Framed & Exposed: Canning Film or, Viva La Digital
Really short stories: “The most basic rule is that they’re just a sentence or two, totalling 25 words or less. Less hard-and-fast – but equally vital – are a theme, plot, characters, and narrative development. Everything you’d see in any good story – but short enough to fit into the time it takes to reach the bottom of that bitter little cup, as you ponder on how even the briefest experiences can make life more meaningful.”
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