Equipment needs for a photoethnography project: Computer Netbook (case, mouse) iPad (32gb) with accessories Two additional 19″ monitors for office (for a total of three) Flatbed Scanner Printer 320 gb External Harddrive Software Adobe CV4 Dragon Naturally Speaking EndNote X3 Others…I’ll add them as I think of them Video Flip…
Month: July 2010
Good Things #1 (New Blog, New Start)
Experiencing today’s sudden (and unexpected) rain shower Being told my apartment looks like “something out of a magazine.” (I’m assuming this person meant the decorating…) Enjoying Sonic Drive In’s Happy Hour (half-price drinks between 2:00 and 5:00 p.m.) and $1 ice cream after 8:00 p.m. Disliking (but appreciating) the therapist who is kicking my ass….
Crossing Borders: The Beginning
From January 10, 2010: Over the past few years, I’ve been intrigued by fences, those things that separate, delineate, alienate, isolate. I want to know why they are there, what (or who) they are protecting, what (or who) they are keeping out (or in) and why. Always why. I take photographs of fences all the time….
As I was driving home from errands yesterday, I took a side trip through a neighborhood I’d never seen. I noted the beautiful stone fences. Carved. Ornate. Colorful. The border fence didn’t look like a fence that would scream, “keep away!” Instead, this fence looked inviting. It was merely decorative, a border. This fence was …