Flowers are my favorite gift, a great subject to photograph, and always more than the sum of the stems making up an arrangement.
An internal strategic process brings together the professional and the personal, leading to clarity and long-sought answers.
The famous three things to consider when making decisions about real estate are just as important to online property.
Have I finally found my ideal toolkit for capturing images with precision and ease? So far, things look promising.
An open letter, pointedly unsent, urging everyone to minimize the amount of e-mail occupying inboxes, to-do-lists, and minds.
Part-anecdote, part-offer from the puzzled owner of a mint-condition series of toy monsters inspired by classic literature.
Read about the ways a well-deployed cloud of mist can be a useful—and water-saving—improvement to your kitchen workflow.
Whether it’s sent or received, every email one handles requires work and time. How do we lighten the load in these busy times?
A micro-essay linking my fondness for grey skies with the way subdued daylight contributes to a better experience of seeing.
A unique opportunity to test out an impressive camera has inspired a review probably more contemplative than practical.
Background on a name and on the participatory design project that inspired a group of creative parents to solve some challenges.
The image on your desktop has visual impact that affects your sight, mood, and thinking. Is yours in line with your needs?
A deep dive into the ergonomics driving the form and function of bowls, with implications for both cookery and industrial design.
Isn’t it a pain when the wrong gift finds the wrong person at the wrong time? Here are some ideas to ease the burden all around.
Discover the first social network built for next-age storage, categorization, and sharing of images, videos, and links.
A pragmatic-slash-conceptual search for an optimal filing system for photos may have implications for more than digital files.
An inquiry into those ambiguous link pairs on the internet, and into the way they are a missed opportunity for clarity.
One girl’s impressions about an unusually well-appointed vintage fork, spilling over into ideas about design and functionality.
Here’s what happened when I found a counterfeit and tried to report it to the police—before and after a journalist got involved.
A welcome to my blog and an analysis of one mesmerizing sign that caught my attention at Copenhagen’s Arken Museum in 2009.
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