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  1. Joel Meyerowitz: a lifetime of passion and love for photography – B I J A N

    To suggest that I am a tremendous admirer of Joel Meyerowitz would be a gross understatement. I have several of his books on my shelf and bedside table. I return to them several times a year to appreciate the brilliance and for inspiration. I’ve watched and heard countless interviews. He has been a guest on the Candid Frame several times over the years and there are number of great recorded interviews on YouTube.

    Joel recently sat down as a guest on Talk Easy and I absolutely loved this conversation. It might be one of my favorite Joel Meyerowitz interviews of all time.

    It’s clear that the host, Sam Fragoso, has spent a great deal of time being curious about Joel’s work and genuinely appreciate the photographs.

    I love the format of the interview. Sam and Joel spend over an hour talking about Joel’s life as they flip through a number of Joel’s photographs.

    I also learned a number of things in this conversation that I did’t know previously about the “why” behind some of these iconic images. Joel speaks from the heart about his life’s experience about his own journey and challenges. For someone that always seemingly comes across as happy and joyful, you can feel the pain as he describes his first marriage as essentially a long term loveless affair as well as his own father’s sadness in being in an unhappy marriage.

    But the thing that comes out the most throughout the entire interview is Joe’s lifetime of passion and love for photography. At 82 years of age, he speaks with the clarity and poise of a much younger man who has just fallen in love. But in this case, we are talking about someone who has been making photographs for over 58 years, from the streets of NYC and Europe with a 35mm Leica camera to large format view camera on Cape Cod and New York and then to his most recent body of work — 365 days of self portraits during the Covid19 quarantine.

    It’s a breath of fresh air to hear Joel talk about photography. You can feel the authenticity behind every shared sentiment and his words are poetic.

    Thank you Joel for your amazing gift and for your inspiration.

    https://bijansabet.com/2021/04/28/joel-meyerowitz-a-lifetime-of-passion-and-love-for-photography/

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  2. Digital Sovereignty. Für mehr Kreativität und Diversität im Web – INNOQ

    E-Mails, Websites, File-Storage: Geht das überhaupt ohne Google, Amazon & Co? Lucas und Tim sind sich einig: Ja, das geht. Gemeinsam diskutieren sie Möglichkeiten und Wege, um Digital Sovereignty im Web zu erreichen – und plädieren damit ganz nebenbei für mehr Mut, Kreativität und Diversität im Netz.

    https://www.innoq.com/de/podcast/085-digital-sovereignty/

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  3. HEY World

    Rework is a podcast by the makers of Basecamp about a better way to work and run your business. While the prevailing narrative around successful entrepreneurship tells you to scale fast and raise money, we think there’s a better way. We’ll take you behind the scenes at Basecamp with co-founders Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson and bring you stories from business owners who have embraced bootstrapping, staying small, and growing slow.

    https://rework.fm/hey-world/

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  4. Responsible Web Apps. Responsive + Accessible – INNOQ

    Eine responsive Webanwendung ist nicht zwangsläufig accessible – das gilt umgekehrt genauso. Warum sie aber immer beides sein sollte und wie wir als Webentwickler:innen mehr Verantwortung übernehmen, darüber sprechen Joy und Lucas in dieser Folge! Außerdem: Tipps und Tricks, wie wir Accessibility in der Praxis umsetzen können.

    https://www.innoq.com/de/podcast/084-responsible-web-apps/

    —Huffduffed by danielpietzsch

  5. Attention Required! | Cloudflare

    What can I do to prevent this in the future?

    If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.

    If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices.

    https://www.patreon.com/posts/46189355

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