If you are considering becoming a blogger, do yourself a favor and check out Darren Rowse’s series: blogging for beginners. The read Raj Dash’s blog post about blogging for love [no, not to find love, but blogging for the love of it]. But if you aren’t convinced and really want to try making money off of your blog then read Darren’s most recent post here and here. Gina Trapani at Scribbling.net, though, has this to say: “It’s a job. A hard job with pressure and deadlines and competition and expectations and many very public opportunities to make yourself look like a total ass.”
Dina is looking for a web designer. And, so am I. This blog needs a refresh. Don’t you think so? So, if you are a web designer and specifically a designer who has worked on blogs, please contact me as well.
Colors Of India and Incredible India – both on Slide, a new image streaming service you should check out
If you are an artist, you need your diet soda
Pindices: “Rather than looking at political ideologies, institutions, groups or identities, in our project we start with the individual and their acts, and invite participants to make public a reckoning of their everyday political or citizenship activity.” Read the guide to know more.
I have decided to join the Nikonians, the Nikon user group. The big draw beyond the community, the resources and the banter is NikSecure, their new insurance program.
Edward Burtynsky‘s images of the environment are some of my favorite. Now he is challenging us all to give back. Donate $1 and Worldchanging.com receives $3 from Burtynsky and The Sapling Foundation.
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