As the World Wide Web becomes more engrained in our daily content consumption, one of the things that’s become apparent to me in the past few years is cosmic shift from focusing on quality to quantity of content, and how success is measured.
Me with the former owner of the Washington Post, Don Graham.
The Maryland Renaissance Festival has a jousting tournament this past weekend. It was a lot more intense than the normal show they put on. What became extremely clear is how competitive this sport can be. Here are some of the images I got.
My cousin, Justin, and his wife Jennifer just launched a new beer blog. I’ll be helping out over there and posting reviews once in a while. Check it out.
The family got together this past Monday so some of us could meet the newest member – Christine and Kim’s 10-month old, Avery.
Here she is posing with everyone. She didn’t cry once during the visit.
I bought a Canon 70D recently, which is a lot faster than the Canon T3 I used to have, so the burst shots on Google’s automatic ‘photo enhancer’ software made some really fast animations. In other words, the old camera handles that better, because instead of five shots in two seconds, it’s more like five shots in less than a second, looping. Some of these look pretty bad, but I still get a kick out of them.