Monthly Archives: February 2011

Erin M 16 Last night I started work on a post for today.  If eventually I finish it, it has promise for some small significance.  But the Oscars interrupted.  Just can’t concentrate when they are on. So instead I did … Continue reading

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Abigail on Satin 17 Nothing going on today.  Not literally, of course, but in the usual areas of concern. Naturally, I’ll be watching the Oscars tonight.  Watched the Independent Spirit Awards last night.  Tickled that Exit Through the Gift Shop … Continue reading

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More on Jury Nullification

Meg Against the Wall 1 I’ve written recently about jury nullification and the Fully Informed Jury Association (FIJA).  Now another twist in the story.  A New Jersey man has been indicted for handing out jury nullification documents outside a Manhattan … Continue reading

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At Last, a Law on the Photographer’s Side

Duo A bill introduced in the Connecticut Senate: AN ACT CONCERNING THE RIGHT TO PHOTOGRAPH OR VIDEOTAPE AN EVENT. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly convened: That the general statutes be amended to … Continue reading

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Oh, Wow!

Kenzie & the Box 59 News that Obama has ordered the Justice Department not to defend “The Defense of Marriage Act” in court cases in the belief that it is unconstitutional is sure to hit many quarters in this country … Continue reading

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Rachel No new newsworthy news this morning (notwithstanding Libya and Emanuel’s election to mayor of Chicago), and I’m getting ready for the second session with Edith, so this will be abbreviated.  (I only yesterday evening finished photos from the first … Continue reading

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Duo Two items of note from The NY Times: In what Times reporter Adam Liptak describes as the “only major national security case,” the Supreme Court will hear arguments on John Ashcroft’s imprisonment of Abdullah al-Kidd, a U.S. citizen, as … Continue reading

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Like I Said Earlier

Autumn 8 An excellent Op-Ed piece in yesterday’s NY Times regarding the problem I identified here some weeks or months ago:  “Can You Frisk a Hard Drive?” by David K. Shipler. If you stand with the Customs and Border Protection … Continue reading

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Say “Hello” to Edith

Edith Subtitle:  “Fun with Photoshop.” Edith and I did a series in which she used a magic wand to conjure up lights, shapes and entire fantastical scenes.  As my work on the series progresses, it is shaping up to be … Continue reading

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Angelique 1-45 Working on photos of Edith.  Only a few items this morning, most of them relevant to the war on photography, with the first seeming especially atrocious: A woman may win a default judgment of $70 million in a … Continue reading

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