Today I received my copy of the photography book I’ve published, Eric Mesa’s Top 40 flickr Images. It’s a great feeling to finally have the book published after having worked on it since April. There were a few false starts with the publishing process as I figured out how to make sure my final PDF […]
flickr’s servers suffered some kind of meltdown last night and they continue to run extremely slow into this morning.
As part of my tasks today, I decided to clean up my home pages and eliminate a lot of the crud and invalid links. I just wanted to make it a bit more pleasing upon the eyes of my visitors. I still have some work to do at http://www.ericsbinaryworld.com, but I think that I like […]
The most important thing for me when it comes to sharing my photos is getting them seen. After all, there’s no point in publishing my photos if I didn’t intend for others to see them. I could have kept them on my computer for that purpose. The desire for others to see my work intensifies […]
As I have often claimed, Creative Commons is of most benefit to unknown artists. Bands, photographers, and painters (to name a few) will remain unknown if they charge for their work. Why? Because human nature is not to purchase something if you are unsure if you will like it. When an artist places their work […]
flickr unleashed a new version of their website today. I am completely lost! Darn these UI upgrades! Why do they do these things? Hopefully things are better now.
When I found out a baby panda had been born at the National Zoo, I wanted to see him as soon as he was available. Unfortunately, the tickets to see him sold out right away. Now, nine months later, the tickets are largely an unnecessary formality. However, I didn’t know that when Danielle and I […]
I’m not Catholic, but if I were to give something up for Lent, it would have to be my only addiction – flickr!