That is what my kids always say when they see a plane fly by – like this one.
Since the ’80s, I’ve been using the primitive Campmor catalog as my defacto guide to outdoor gear. In recent years, my purchases have moved online, but I still love getting that tissue-papery off-white zine. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised to see a giant callout to the @Campmor Twitter account, but there’s still something that… Continue reading Signs of the Twipocalypse :: @Campmor
I totally dug this massive aisle of bobbleheads in Chinatown, SF.
There was no Big Ben, but I couldn’t help think of that line from European Vacation every time I walked by the Canadian Parliament building. Sitting in downtown Ottawa, this is a great building and property to wander around. I really dug the feral cat colony back near the river. More pics on my Flickr… Continue reading Look Kids, Just Parliament
These lanterns caught my eye near Chinatown on my latest visit to San Francisco. You can check the rest of my pics in my SF set on Flickr.
Things are still getting back to normal after an inspirational trip to the 2009 SXSW Interactive Festival in Austin, TX. I spent 4 amazing days learning, talking, and building relationships with my fellow social media hipster doofus web geeks – oh yeah! I got my photos uploaded to Flickr last night, so I went ahead… Continue reading Photos from 2009 SXSW
A tag on a mailbox. Portland, 2008.
Waiting on the B train at 81st, personal transportation, Graham on the block, and the Hudson.
We just got back from spending a few days in NYC, one of our favorite places in the world. We took along our two boys to introduce them to the city, and they certainly loved it as much as we did. I’ll be posting a few photos this week, but I wanted to use this… Continue reading Animoto Version of NYC
The parking meters around here are such a drag – all gray and utilitarian…like a grumpy uncle. But the meters in Montréal have flair, and flaunt it even on cloudy days. They are cheery, and literally smile for loonies and toonies.