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Colin Devroe

Photographer. Podcaster. Blogger. Reverse Engineer.

What I saw somewhat recently #69: September 17, 2020

What I saw somewhat recently #68: September 10, 2020

Don’t forget, as of this writing there are 67 other lists like this one.

What I saw somewhat recently #67: September 3, 2020

September already. Wild times.

What I saw somewhat recently #66: August 18, 2020

Great list this week. See other lists.

I wish somehow these lists were exhaustive and complete but they simply aren’t. There are so many great things I stumble across day-to-day and file away to get to. And I get to some of them. And I remember some of them. And these are those items.

What I saw somewhat recently #65 – July 28, 2020

  • Papyrus SNL – This skit recently came back to memory during a meeting at work.
  • KEKS Lightmeter – I have a few cameras that I need to use my iPhone to meter light with. I think I’ll be ordering one of these.
  • WindowSwap – See the view’s of others from all over the world.
  • Gigaleak – What a smorgasbord for gamers!
  • If birds had arms… – 🙂
  • 8×10 My First Exposure – Jason Kummerfeldt’s parody about large format photography. Pretty on point.

What I saw somewhat recently #64: April 30, 2020

Are you enjoying these links? I know I am.

Light week. Mostly because I’ve been very busy both professionally and on my photography.

What I saw somewhat recently #63: April 23, 2020

A few links to expand (or shrink) your mind.

  • WildEarth Live Safaris – Two 3-hour safaris live broadcast on YouTube daily. I’ve watched one completely through and plan to watch more of them. They are relaxing and informative.
  • 98.css – CSS stylesheet to make all HTML elements styled as if they exist within Windows 98. Fun.
  • Planet of the Apes by Folio Society – All-new illustrations and typographic work for the classic Planet of the Apes book. Very tempted to pick this up.
  • Rt.live – A web site tracking the effective reproduction number of COVID-19 by State by the founders of Instagram.
  • Sounds of Heritage – A YouTube channel dedicated to a single artist, single camera, and the sounds of heritage. Love this.
  • Cirque du Soleil – Speaking of YouTube, Cirque du Soleil is uploading a new 1 hour special every week. Apart from attending one of these, this is the next best thing on your living room TV.

What I saw somewhat recently #62: April 17, 2020

A few things I bumped into recently:

What I saw somewhat recently #61: April 9, 2020

Some links for your edification: