What is minimalism as a lifestyle? Does such a thing even make sense? No, argues the author, himself a deep believer and proponent of minimalist web design.
Here is a photographic trip around Royal’s 1952 model Quiet de Luxe, the latest typewriter to join my small but growing typewriter collection.
Post a camera phone lens crack and fix, this is a brief account of my stepping back into mobile photography. Pardon my out of this world enthusiasm.
Random but meaningful thoughts on the Samsung Note 3 Android KitKat 4.4.2 update, and musings on wildfires, mobile phone photography at night and lots more.
Musings: we need to think twice before excluding stuff from our photographic frame for non-technical reasons or risk discarding that which would enrich our work.
Here is some more mobile photography: the results of my new-found admiration towards photographing with our handy everyday devices — smartphones.
A case for and against the feared death of classics, featuring The Beatles, Beethoven, Jan Kubelik, Beiber and other people whose works are alive and kicking.
Spending a day with nothing but his camera phone makes an amateur photographer realise how promising it would be to explore the world of mobile photography.
If agnosticism is defined based on knowledge rather than belief, is it a middle ground between theism and atheism? A conversation on Twitter attempts to answer.
To err is human: a goof-up by the postal service makes one man think of all we would miss when machines of the future start to replace human post men.