A few weeks ago I was reading Injustice Everywhere when they mentioned an article in the West Virginia Gazette-Mail titled Policing the Police. I recommend the article, but this post isn’t about police misconduct. What I find more interesting was an article listed on the side of the website that was linked with the headline… Continue reading When is a “child” not a child and a “teen” not a teen?
So I’m going to try really hard to do the Strobist Boot Camp II.Â I’ve been following the Strobist blog for a while now, a year, maybe two.Â But so far I haven’t done any of the assignments.Â I’ve learned a ton and have done things similar to what’s shown on strobist but not while… Continue reading Strobist Boot Camp II
I heard that phrase a number of years ago.Â They were talking about guys who wore glasses.Â Some men think of glasses as a handicap, others as an asset.Â In the particular story the gentleman had an eye infection and couldn’t wear his normal contact lenses.Â So when he went out that night he wore… Continue reading What you can’t fix, you feature.