If you’ve seen the new marriage equality symbols popping up all over Facebook in place of profile photos, you’re probably aware of how marriage equality arguments are shaping up in the United States these days. I know that for some people, gay rights amounts to a question of morality, and can’t or won’t support the […]

Tap-tap… is this thing on?

Testing. One, two. One, two. Check. Check. It’s working? Yes? Can you hear me in the back? I’ve been away for a while. How are things? How have you been? Did you miss the photos? I think everyone who runs a blog comes to a point where they reevaluate what they’re doing, why they’re doing […]

Pride / Shame

The Boy Scouts of America have lost their way. I was once a boy scout. On an unrelated note, I used to think homosexuality was weird. It’s hard to remember exactly the way I felt about homosexuality when I was younger. I remember as a teen thinking that it was gross. I don’t remember fearing […]

Icicles forming

I took a couple hundred photos of some icicles forming about three weeks ago. Here are two that I really liked. Hope you enjoy! Why so many photos, you might ask? Even with a camera with fast shutter speed, getting the shot with a drop of water less than an inch away from the icicle […]

Interactions 2011

James will be speaking at the NICE Global User’s Conference in Las Vegas (May 23-26). Click to learn more.

Mothers’ Day Haikus

I hope your day is
As beautiful as you are
With love, your son James

Getting organized

I’ve been home about five days now, and I finally have all my images organized. Stay tuned!

Image Rights

For this post, we’re just talking about image rights (thus the lack of photo). Click here, read more, and watch the video.

Under Construction… again.

Just a quick note to say that I will resume posting photos in the next day or so, but I want to try some new things with the site design first. Because I look for the blog to have a simple design that emphasizes the photos, I may have to resize the images when I […]

Thanks, Dad

What I learned about being a man from my father. Stick to it I’ll save the wheel barrow story for another time, but suffice to say my father somehow managed to teach a lazy kid how to persevere. I don’t know how it finally sunk in, but it did. If it’s worth doing, then it […]