Standalone camera: Shot (Dead) By iPhone

It is hard to miss Apple’s “Shot on iPhone 6″ advertising campaign. It is pretty much everywhere in San Francisco, not surprising that Apple is gearing up for the launch of its brand new Photos app. The company is spending a considerable amount of resources hyping the iPhone 6 and its capabilities ahead of the…

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On Pi.co: Jenna Wortham

Beyonce. Vine. The new imperialism of Facebook. That’s what the voice of the Snapchat generation, Jenna Wortham (who is also a staff writer at The New York Times Magazine), spends her time thinking about. Continue reading my long, in-depth conversation with Jenna and her mind.

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What to read this weekend?

A visit to very cold New York left me a little cold and thus I took a weekend off and didn’t send you guys my weekend pics. Nevertheless, a whole week of sunshine and great weather has gone by here in the home office in San Francisco. So here I am making amends for the lost time, bringing you seven of my favorite must read stories. 

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Marie Kondo is right. Clean up is good for the soul.

It all started with a gift from Helena Price:  Marie Kondo’s best selling book, The Life Changing Magic of Tidying up. Perhaps, Helena saw the clutter in my apartment when she came to visit (to take photos that were to accompany my interview with Offscreen Magazine) that convinced her that I needed help. I think I did. Deep down, I for past few years I have known that I had accumulated too many things. I was holding on to things — both physical and metaphorical that provided the comfort of past, leaving room for nothing new. I was holding on…

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Hello San Francisco

Things have been quiet around here. I was traveling — New York, to be precise. I left my computer behind and was busy meeting people in real life, despite the nasty cold weather. It is good to be back in San Francisco and experience some glorious weather and sunshine. Here are some photos from an early morning walk to the top of the Bernal Hill Park. (If you are intrigued by the chairs and that table, then you can find out more in my Storehouse story.) They were snapped with my Sony RX-1 camera. It is fun getting to know…

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