quantity vs quality

Yesterday one of the front stories of the NYT online was a lens blog entry about how surprised they were that hundreds responded to their polaroid request. The fact that everyone wants to be in the Times, it got me thinking about CV and surface and depth/ quantity and quality for the viewer/ reading deeply. But what it is interesting is that the polaroids are objects and people do have favorites. Got to get to the work on CV.

Collected Visions LINKS

Collected Visions

click! Photography Changes Everything
Smithsonian Photography Initiative

British Broadcasting CorporationFamily History: Your Photos

The Getty Close to Home: An American Album Exhibition
Close to Home: Your Submissions – online exhibition of submissions of snapshots

NPR Home Page stories
Other People’s Pictures documentary
Found Magazine
Cowboy Poet on Family Photos
Must Read After my Death documentary [watch online]

other films
Tarnation NYTimes review more info
Capturing the Friedmans

related posts from WNYC
Ask Anthology Film Archives
Sound Check What’s your favorite film about death?

Being Human by Robert Flynn Johnson telegraph article
(same as Anonymous, book in US)
good ref for his books – he is curator of Achenbach Foundation of Graphic Arts at Legion of HOnor in SF

collected visions

CV to do

Museum indexes need to be corrected so all next links work. And ‘back to museum’ is not back to gallery.

how to make all essays look good
CSS – changing all essays.

archive Positive Visions into museum

new spot on mantle- what?

update links in link section