Copyrights and Fair Use

A week doesn’t go by where I don’t see someone on /r/Photography on Reddit posting about how their photos are being used online or in print without being attributed properly, or even worse, being used without being paid. That prompted me to check out some of my most popular photos on Flickr by doing a reverse Google

Best of 2014

2014 is slowly coming to a close. It’s been a good year. Ali and I did some traveling, hung out with friends, spoiled our niece and nephews some more, saw family, and a few weddings. Our biggest news of course is that Ali and I built and moved into our dream home in New Braunfels,

2014 WWDC Wrapup

Last week Apple held their annual WWDC in California and it was a pretty big event (you can watch it here). If you were watching and you’re not a developer or have a little insight into the dev world it may not have seemed like an earth-shattering Keynote, but it was. I got a bunch

Wish I Was Here

When Zach Braff first announced his Kickstarter campaign to fund his new film, Wish I Was Here, I think I donated within the first hour or two. I’m a big fan of Scrubs, and Garden State is one of my favorite movies. It was a no brainer to be a part of this campaign and

Support Net Neutrality

If you follow me on Twitter you’ve probably seen me tweet about Net Neutrality a lot over the past few weeks. I even wrote a blog about it for LyntonWeb. What is net neutrality? Net neutrality is the idea or belief that all Internet service providers (ISPs) and governments should treat all internet data and

Bruce Springsteen Concert Recap

(Photo courtesy of Jo Lopez and BruceSpringsteen.net) Wow. Just wow. That was an amazing show. Definitely one of, if not the best, concerts I’ve ever been to. We had great seats, eleven rows behind the pit. You can kind of see how far back I was here. The arrow is the general area I was

Bruce Springsteen

By the time your reading this I’ll either be on my way to or rocking out to Bruce Springsteen in concert. I’m from Jersey, our love of the Boss is engrained in us. Springsteen’s music is a history lesson. A peak back into the not too distant past. Springsteen is a little older than my parents