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09
Mar
10

Enough said

At least it beats the tribal tramp stamps, but not by far..

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03
Mar
10

finally back in action ladies and gents..

After a long–and much needed–hiatus taking me from Portland to Portugal then onto Abu Dhabi, Bangkok and finally Sydney, Australia.  Sydney will be my base of operations and an important driver of CA over the next year or so..CA will also take on radical new directions–as it should–in assessing and observing our society..CA will also be working closely with other global initiatives bringing readers a more panoramic experience of our ever changing globe. So please stay in-touch as things at CA begin taking their new direction..

08
Jun
09

School meals around the world

Photos of school meals from around the World. Quite an interesting photo essay.

27
May
09

The green bubble burst

Ted Nordhaus and Michael Shellenberger of The New Republic suggest that the green eco-friendly bubble has already burst. They conclude that this isn’t the first time an eco bubble has inflated then burst.  First signs of an eco-friendly society emerged in 1969 with an industrial pollution fire on the Cuyahoga River in Cleveland, Ohio,  generating public outrage.

…these past bursts of environmentalism waxed and waned with the rise and fall of the economy. But, perhaps more significantly, the green bubbles inflated during highly polarized periods in American society and politics, often fueled by disastrously violent episodes in foreign policy.

16
May
09

Hugh van Es

Photographer Hugh van Es has died today in a hospital in Hong Kong. Van Es took some of the most striking photos documenting the Vietnam War as well as other containment conflicts.

07
May
09

not very suprising

25
Apr
09

atlanta, georgia

Photo taken in Atlanta, Georgia, via MR.




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