Month: September 2009

  • Geisha Renee

    Geisha Renee Geisha Renee, originally uploaded by Ezra F. My favorite of the series. Renee was patient with me, which I appreciate given this was my first time playing with this setup. I was borrowing Megan’s flash, umbrella, and PocketWizard. Read and post comments | Send to a friend

  • Lotus Exige

    Lotus Exige Originally uploaded by Ezra F I occasionally see this car when I go to lunch.

  • TED Talk: Stroke of Insight

    The first couple TED videos I watched didn’t impress me. A few weeks later, I saw this post from Sam about the top 10 TED videos. Sam is one of those people who reserves good for the truly special so I made sure to watch them. This video was the first on that list and…

  • Healthcare

    Lorenia posted a funny video about the United States health care system being ranked #37. I briefly looked at The world health report 2000 – Health systems: improving performance. It is a 1.73MB PDF. I’d like to better understand both the claims that the United States has the best or 37th best health care system…

  • Vase

    Vase Originally uploaded by Ezra F Eat at Mama’s Boy. The food is better than this picture. 🙂

  • Vase

    Vase Originally uploaded by Ezra F

  • Vase

    Vase, originally uploaded by Ezra F.

  • Online Intimacy

    All too often I follow the breadcrumbs wherever they lead me online. So I stumble across some pretty random stuff. Thus why my RSS reader contains way too much stuff to reasonably read. (That reminds me, I need to cull a couple hundred subscriptions again.) Well, I found the anonymous blog of a woman in…

  • TED Talk: Is Play More Than Fun?

    In the Q&A, Stuart Brown, co-author of Play: How It Shapes the Brain, Opens the Imagination, and Invigorates the Soul, rejects the idea play is a rehersal for adulthood. Stopping an animal from playing doesn’t prevent the animal from being a successful predator. REM sleep provides the rehearsal needed for learning. Play is the next…