I read a review of the Leica Q camera by Craid Mod and wondered what it would be like to try one. I’d been to the store in San Francisco but they were out of stock. Turns out? You can rent cameras. So I did. (And LensRentals was an excellent service for that task.) The […]
Kind of a precursor to the Fellowship was day listening to other folks that get projects off the ground down at People’s Liberty. Billed as a Pow Wow for the People, they brought together grantees, investors, community folks and then some. If my notes (zoom) above are any indication, you can sense it was good […]
So here’s how it works: If an item you want is eligible on Amazon, they’ll let you know if it’s available for same day pickup at their new location in Cincinnati (Clifton to be exact). Once it arrives you get a message, click the link, a locker with your item opens. That’s pretty neat, but […]
I had grand ideas to write a big entry about what is about to happen, but there was SO MUCH TO SAY that I didn’t know where to begin. But it’s happening and I want to pour out as much as I can. The Haile Fellowship So I applied for a Fellowship through People’s Liberty in […]
MasterCard has evolved their logo over the years, but for my money? This Master Charge card was the epitome. I couldn’t find a good photo online so I bought an old one on eBay to document. For giggles I added my name. I wasn’t old enough for credit in the late seventies, but somehow I […]
Easter was unseasonably warm. But the 70° allowed for eating our potluck dinner on the deck and ending the day with a round of cornhole. Semi-related: Ed found an inflatable ball in the creek. Talk about beachball warning messages.
It’s prime spring right now. In other news: Mom and I ordered too much pizza. Intentional leftovers.
Had a very Good Friday wrapping up work early and spending the afternoon with my friend Brown. I even managed to get her to sit with me and the Easter bunny at the mall. We were less scared than the kids above.