Pogue’s Posts – For closeted tech geeks like me
The 10 Show is a groundbreaking photography exhibit that unites ten of the world¹s finest photojournalists into one incredible show. New York Times, National Geographic, Polaris and Magnum photographers will show extraordinary work from Hurricane Katrina, Sudan, Afghanistan, India, Columbia and more. The show runs from October 6th to November 27th. The opening reception is October 6th from 6 to 9PM.
Images from the All Roads Project: National Geographic Society photographer Chris Rainier and NPR’s Alex Chadwick “focus on the photos of three young artists: Brazil native André Cypriano, Sudharak Olwe of India and Neo Ntsoma of South Africa.”
fotovision’s weekend workshops in November includes one with Donna Ferrato, on November 19 & 20. “Donna will explore this theme of risking something of yourself in order to create a space in which people will want to show you what their lives are about – to show you their risky behavior.” Ferrato’s seminal and powerful documentary work about domestic violence in “Living With The Enemy,” has inspired scores of photojournalists to use their cameras for social justice issues. Her work on that project was the stepping stone for the Domestic Abuse Awareness Inc. foundation.
Writeboard is a web application brought to us by 37Signals, the same folks who host Ta-daLists, Backpack and Basecamp. I am a die-hard Ta-daLists user. Can’t wait to see what Writeboard can do for me. Hey, it’s free. So check it out.
Dev Benegal, Anuradha Parikh and Sopan Muller are bringing us 24x7makingmovies. The rules: “You get 24 hours to make a film.
You have to be 24 years or younger. Your film can be from 24 seconds to 24 minutes.” Nifty.
Autumn Moon: Astronomers at Texas State University studied the stars, lighting and position and phase of the moon, then wrote a special program to determine the exact date, time and spot where the photo was taken [by Ansel Adams].