It was Saturday night. My week-end spirits soaring with ideas of grandeur and dreams of fluid, motion-blurred skating photography, I set out in the cold for the Rockefeller Center and its giant-Christmas-tree-adorned skating rink. It would seem that I had not gotten the hint at Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and was still ignorant of holiday…Details
It’s a fact that Wikipedia has now entered our lives just like Google has. Despite a certain lingering mistrust of its user-submitted and hence potentially error-prone content, most people – including me – will probably seek information on Wikipedia after checking Google, or instinctively click on the Wikipedia link in the Google SERP right off…Details
Solo dives were a scuba diving instructor’s privilege. On our rare days off, if bored on land, we could always go on a personal dive, une plongée perso’ as we called them – if and when the boat dropped anchor as most of our days were spent drift diving, divers jumping in with the boat…Details
I have more Google Wave invites to hand out. As always, ask very nicely or trade! Once I send them out, be patient, they take a while to arrive. I can’t say that Wave has hooked me at all yet, but I’m still experimenting with it… Similar posts: Google Wave Invites Available! Fed up with…Details
Last Thursday, at Marie’s suggestion, I got up at 6 AM to go watch giant balloons float through Manhattan streets. I wasn’t there alone. An estimated 3 million of my fellow homosapiens had converged on the city. We were a little cramped. Marie had stayed in bed. Une femme avertie en vaut deux. Macy’s Thanksgiving…Details
Here are – following no particular order nor theme – a few more grainy glimpses of the City, day in, day out.