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Holy 105th post Batman!

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Lamest of the lame yo… ugh… lame

As the holidays end, the lights come down, the trees hit the curb, folks sober up and the world starts spinning again three things are a given: That scarf will just sit in your trunk until it’s to late to return it. Mr. Lopez isn’t going to take in his Menorah until March so stop...

Everything starting to look orange

It’s Halloween, the one time of year when if you really want to, you can get away with acting like a 7-year-old and no one will look at you funny… well almost nobody… hey Tulsa, don’t judge me! Here’s the latest installment of Shawagg And if that’s not enough carve this! It’s the virtual pumpkin...

SJSU NPPA presents AP shooters Jeff Chiu and Marcio J. Sanchez

See you there! 6 p.m. Nov 2. @ DBH 133 More info at sjsunppa.org or post a comment and I’ll get back to you.

SJSU NPPA presents Michael Grecco

See you there! E-mail sjsunppa@gmail.com or respond to this post with any questions.

SJSU NPPA Fall Speaker Series Lineup

Another thing that has kept me busy this semester has been the SJSU NPPA student chapter. I am pleased to post our list of guest speakers for the semester (full list of events to come). Tuesday, Sept. 19 – BBQ with new SJSU photojournalism professor, Dr. Michael Cheers. Cheers is a former professor of photojournalism...

I’m deep? Who knew

Turns out I’m deeper than I thought. Or so says a friend (I think I suprised her). I was talking to fellow SJSU photographer Ashley last week and we got on the topic of finding our callings and how we know. When I offered up: For the longest time I nvr knew what was next...

So this is where I was for a week this summer

During the first week of August I had the distinct pleasure of attending the AEJMC convention held in San Francisco, California this year.AEJMC, the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, is a non-profit organization aimed at J-School educators, administrators, their students and media professionals. Founded in Chicago, Illinois, in 1912, the non-profit has...

So this is where I’ve been

While I was away from SLR, one of the things that was keeping me busy was serving as Online/Multimedia Editor for The Spartan Daily. Among the new things I worked toward implementing, one of my proudest moments was the implementation of multimedia and the new multimedia section. But enough about me, let’s take a look...

Maybe a tube was clogged

Happened to be purusing by Daniel Sato’s blog and to my surprise, fellow photographer and San Jose State University student Diana Diroy has decided to start up a blog of her own. She’s off in the Philippines working on a documentary project, and in the process is reconnecting with her cultural roots. Along the way...

Mr. Slideroll wants your input!

When I tried Slideroll I had no idea I’d be hearing from the creator of the applet himself. Thanks for giving Slideroll a try. I’m the creator, and I must say your critique is dead-on. I’d love to be able to allow people to upload music, but of course I don’t want to get sued...

The skies the limit, is that a good thing?

There’s been a few announcements in the realm of memory card capacity. Largest SD card yet… Lexar goes 8GB… SanDisk goes 8GB… And Sony announced a few months back that a 8GB Memory Stick Duo is coming. But I have to ask, when is enough enough? I agree that larger cards are a good idea,...