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poking a hornet’s nest

July 31, 2008

Bow downtown Originally uploaded by rexp2. So I see a picture like this and hey, it’s good, well-composed, nice exposure. But check out the recipe: Nikon D300 with Soligor 28mm f/2.0 lens and Hoya R72 filter. Allien[sic] Skin Exposure 2 simulation of Kodak HIE IR film, including grain and halation. I totally ignored the red […]

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akismet kicks

February 26, 2007

That’s more like it ;-) This is just the first 24 hours or so. That’s about 1 every 2 minutes. The biggest benefit? I don’t get a million confirmation emails to read through. I think more than half my email was spam confirmation requests.

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scapegoats in waiting

February 5, 2007

From comments on the brain trust assembled by General Petraeus: some see a repeat of McNamara’s Whiz Kids — long on education, short on real experience — while others see them as scapegoats in waiting: Oh, great: what better strategy than to say, “don’t call Bush dumb–we sent SEVEN PhDs into Iraq and THEY couldn’t […]

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links for 2007-01-27

January 27, 2007

The writer’s lifestyle ah, the glamor and fame . . . (tags: writing work money) JOURNAL: Targeting PMCs this suggests the rag tag insurgents we hear about are far more sophisticated than supposed. And this kind of operation will have more effect than a car-bomb or IED attack. (tags: iraq worstpresidentever war) The Downside of […]

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