Hi. My name’s Chris Glass. This is a place where I journal with photos and save links for things I don’t want to forget.

Some Good Places to Start

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Say Cheese

This tag is for all the times folks pose for the photo.

Watch that says Now instead of telling time, in a deep orange color


Answering the question, “What are you up to right now?

Updated Sept. 20th

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The Chapters of Your Life

This started as a brief presentation about intent and photography that my good friend Erik turned into a short film as a birthday surprise during the pandemic.

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Creative Mornings Talk

This video from 2013 is long, but lays out who I am and why I think design is awesome. I was nervous as heck through the whole thing.

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A few favorite things

Books, movies, video games, music and random other things all mixed together in a visual, sortable grid.

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Great Discontent Interview

An old conversation that fills in the blanks of my career and whatnot in an interview format. My tip of the hat to Ryan and Tina for the moment.

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Been using this category thing to get around the photo journal. Adding here for easy access.

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My old website

I refuse to throw anything away (digitally at least). Here’s my old site cobbled together with spacer gifs and tables.

Recent Links

The Catch, The Spill, and The Camera

Patrick Witty’s newsletter digs into the stories behind photos. This issue reveals a very specific camera behind a famous catch in the 1954 World Series. / hat tip to Sean


A few store fronts from NYC and what to get there

Chris Crowley from GrubStreet shares selections from the new photography book by James and Karla Murray and adds recommendations. (I love these photos) / via waxy



Curated links to the very best documentaries across a bunch of streaming services. (No idea why they call it Rockumentaries when all sorts are included) / via Rachel


Poor Things Trailer

A film with quite the pedigree of writing, directing and actors. This looks delightfully dark and intriguing and fun. / via Yewknee


The trick to the super-crayon was to keep adding new favorites

“Combining favorites to make new life happinesses.” (It isn’t just about making crayons)


Turn old greeting cards into a book

Send in greeting cards and postcards folks have sent to you and get a book back. (There's an option to get all the originals back.) As a hoarder of such things, this intrigues me, and has a tiny vibe of Nick Bantock’s Griffin & Sabine.


The scam era is upon us

Not the most exciting of topics, but it’s becoming very clear that scams are ramping up with AI tools. I was reading how a faked voice fooled a single person at Retool in a phishing attack. I'm telling friends and family to be extra alert. Seth has a great checklist to consider.


Beflo Standing Desk

I would consider trading in my desk for this beauty.


Recchiuti visual identity

Dig everything about this chocolate identity by Manual, but it’s the ingredient photography that I dig a little extra. They play off the whole balance thing of the logo and wordmark so nicely. / via Brand New


My name’s Chris, this is Edie, and this is a place where I put stuff. In my spare time, I devise schemes to create more spare time. My goal with all this is to remember things, but also try and understand the patterns of life.

(That’s the grand idea — it’s usually just kind of ordinary, and that’s okay too.)

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