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How I Watched Films in 2015 Mar 23, 2016 data & film & history & letterboxd & visualization Films watched grouped in a word cloud generated from Jason Davies’ site . The days of physical media are going away. As I look through the 24 Years of Vegetarianism Mar 15, 2016 baking & bread & cooking & food & health & history & vegetarian & vegetarianism I became a vegetarian 24 years ago. It’s not a milestone that I usually celebrate, but that’s a long time to stick with something and it is also a From Complex to Simple: Lessons from 13 Years of Blogging Oct 5, 2015 bitdepth & blogging & BlogJam2015 & history & web & writing It started with text, it’s always text. Words are important, words are the building blocks of my blog and the closer I am to them, the better. Early Days of Online Jun 13, 2015 computers & history & internet With the electronic world we’re intimately connected to each other and everything has shifted, so that’s what appears normal to many of us. It can Tilde.club Oct 11, 2014 history & tilde.club & web The blank page is a challenge and the blinking cursor is full of possibility, but it can be hard to get started. The key is to just go. It’s good A Decade of Flickr Aug 10, 2014 canon & flickr & history & holga & iphone & photos & zenit While I was in Sackville for Sappyfest I was taking pictures with my iPhone and while taking a walk I remembered how the first photo that I posted Preserving the Past Aug 9, 2014 blogging & history & web & writing As we share more of ourselves online on various sites, it’s important to think about preserving it. Unless you have things backed up on your own, I Was Doing 43 Things Jul 28, 2014 43people & 43places & 43things & allconsuming & history & robotcoop & web “I’m trying out 43 Things and it’s very addictive. It’s a great way to keep track of and share things that you want to do. What adds to the Our Dystopian Cinematic Future Jul 23, 2014 film & history & summer One of the perplexing things to me is how so many Hollywood eggs are placed in so few baskets. It’s a large-scale mass-production industry, but in 8 things you probably didn’t know about me Jan 2, 2008 history Lisa Rousseau tagged me in the non-semantic way with the 8 things you didn’t know about me meme (hey, that’s me three times…) and after agonizing on What Happened and What’s Next Jan 1, 2005 technology & history & web The online world was very exciting for me in 2004. Blogging kept plugging away and I rediscovered Blogger which Google purchased. The great thing Remembering the Web That Was Nov 30, 2003 web & history About a week ago my son asked me for some help with redoing his Web site. He’s seven years old and he likes to do things that everyone else in the