Stories about things you love, just like when you were a kid.
Alive and Well
In 1919 the man above was eighteen-year-old animator working for a local art studio in Kansas City.
Today I spent two hours watching a commercial, with mini breaks of watching more commercials.
True, internet advertising, in its mobile and desktop form are the future of basically the majority of the advertising business.
For my entire conscious life, it has repeatedly tried to kill me.
Received this in my inbox, dated January 15, 2053, from someone who is presumably my grandson.
I love music videos. When I was in middle school I used to watch music videos on MTV as I was getting ready for school and when I got home…
Right now, I’m sitting in my dad’s apartment typing a Medium post in his kitchen.
It’s hard in this new webland of minimalism to make a unique image for yourself.
With 3 Michelin stars and being what Anthony Bourdain calls "The best restaurant in the world.
Christmas Day 1981 and Santa brought me my first personal computer, a second hand Sinclair ZX81.
We spent a lot of time looking at the catalog. Well, I did anyway.
I bought some prints that were an odd size, 25" x 17.5".
Being from a small town in Tennessee you’d hardly believe that all I ever wanted was a surfboard.
Normally, you never get to see the actual photo from a photobomb – they tend to remain in the possession of the victim.
I love gadgets, and am trying to make up for my years of driving a suburban with my once a week commute on my A2B Metro, 20mph 20mile range…
I don’t know which to show & tell, my dad or his Stearman PT-17.
I have always loved this picture of my mom. In 1950, she was putting up her name on the front of the 46th St.
red glass ball earrings which i’ve been wearing for all 3 days since i got them
This is the piano. It’s not just any piano, it’s the piano.
With a few suitcases, our computers and camera gear, we uprooted our life in Canada and arrived here, on a 3 story cargo-ship-converted…
I photographed a wedding for a lovely couple who requested I only use my iPhone.
This is my great-grandfather’s folding brownie. It lasted a surprisingly long time, used first to photograph my mother as a child and then…
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