Daily work and posts on facebook
Check out my links here on ydr.com. I have taken a break from self-publishing as tasks move in different directions.
This is a small fraction of what I publish, as videos and photos are usually listed under the bylines of reporters.
Fearnadopacolypse fueled by a 24/7 weather news cycle. It’s funny when you see a push back in response to the crazy weather drama that seems to have gripped the news biz and cable weather.
Time for a fat gallery when 13 High Schools do something. When 13 high schools participate in a theater competition, it’s time for a 21 picture gallery (with one click per picture) and make sure it’s socialized to every last school.
When you hear, “Three class 4 patients, none are breathing, with gunshots”… then not much else on the scanner, it’s time to listen hard.
When automatically curated content goes wrong, Swap a headline on the link and the scrape breaks, guessing… Google News. Sometimes amusing.
Crazy amount of likes and shares on a post about a new restaurant in Springettsbury Township.
It was a blend of family pulling together, work people just don’t do anymore and preservation along a strip were people have recently lamented the destruction of history that pulled the hits that kept coming.
Chewing on history. A fleeting moment, exploring the teeth and gums of my imagination.
It’s no secret that I love historical things. I am more of a mental, digital collector than of things, but to touch, taste and chew? is magical.
This a better find than my grandmother’s preserved tomato juice marked 1947, which wasn’t as pretty.
More beflow in my entry in LOOK @ydrcom visual blog
Entertaining myself while getting a muffler
Sometimes you can just pull something out of a busy environment and make it pretty. Liked the pastel blue sky, dried out field and BOOM! color. Shot with a Moto X smartphone first gen.
Interesting evolution of twitter, others test market, jump and grab. “Given xxxxxx success, it makes sense Twitter would want to create a native version of these tools themselves.”