Monthly Archives: August 2009

RIP Michael Mazur, 1935 – 2009

In 1976, I went to the Brockton Art Center. I don’t remember what the specific occasion was, but my then-husband, a musician, was playing there that evening, and I remember being excited to go with him. We had a baby … Continue reading

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Caught Mapping

Caught Mapping — I’ve always loved maps, so I was happy to run across this short educational film from 1940 on the Internet Archive. It’s about how road maps were kept updated. Information was gathered by pairs of men driving … Continue reading

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Podcamp Boston 4

I had a great time this weekend at Podcamp Boston 4. The organizers did a wonderful job — there was enough planning and communication before and during the event to keep things running smoothly, but things were casual enough to … Continue reading

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Viewing Flickr Feeds on My Yahoo

Participating in Flickr groups is one of the best ways to get involved with the community. There are groups on almost every possible topic, including different subjects, locations, techniques, cameras and more, and if you can’t find one that matches … Continue reading

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