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Sony Challenges Nikon-Canon Duopoly with World’s First Mirrorless, Interchangeable Lens, Full Frame Camera

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It’s been talked about for a long while now, first as a theoretical product that was sure to arrive one day, then over the past few months as a new product that Sony was indeed developing. I’m speaking, of course, … Read More …

Developing social media for internal communications

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According to the most recent 2013 statistics, Facebook now has 1.06 billion monthly active users, Twitter boasts 500 million total users, and LinkedIn counts 200 million users. No one can deny the impact social media has had on our lives. … Read More …

Strategies to keep content live, relevant and engaging

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Developing a strategy to create, govern, manage and plan relevant content is vital. This is particularly true when developing websites and blogs; many are the bodies of the dead without a strategic plan for success. During his November 21st presentation … Read More …

Is the iPhone 5 a Sign of Slowing Innovation at Apple?

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Launch after launch, Apple products over the past several years have continually amazed with design and technical innovations that have set a new bar in the personal electronics industry. Whether you’re a ‘denominational devotee’ or just a fan of good … Read More …

Fujifilm X-Pro 1 Review: Is this the Second Coming of the Leica M…?

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By now, many of you may have already read ― indeed, voraciously combed the web in search of ― copious amounts of information about Fuji’s new X-Pro 1 camera. It has stirred all sorts of controversy, with the majority of … Read More …

New York Times Columnist David Carr Talks Content Curation

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The Verge has a pretty interesting interview with David Carr, in which the noted New York Times Columnist talks about the future of media and journalism. Entitled “The Media Equation,” Carr also talks about ‘content curation’ ― the process of … Read More …

Progress and the Olympus OM-D

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With the arrival of Olympus’ new OM-D camera, I thought I would take a look at the product’s importance to both the history of Olympus itself, and the marketplace in general. This is not a review, per se, as I … Read More …

Why Social Media Doesn’t Necessarily Deliver Social Egalitarianism

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Much has been written over the past few years about the emergence and influence of social media. Superlatives about its transformative powers have been tossed about like firecrackers at a Fourth of July party. Yes, it’s ubiquitous. Yes, it’s changed … Read More …

Check Out My Leica Fotografie International Gallery

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Some while ago I successfully applied to submit my Leica D-Lux 5 images to the public gallery of Leica Fotografie International (LFI), the official website for the leading magazine dedicated to Leica enthusiasts. The LFI Gallery is an online platform … Read More …

Flying and Furry Rabbit’s Feet, or Why Guys Should Embrace the Ziplock Bag

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Since 9/11, getting around this rock via air has become a major pain in the backside. Not that flying was ever a particularly joyous affair to begin with. But there was a time when it used to be a little … Read More …

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