A couple of weeks ago, I talked about electronic versions of books and the fact that these were becoming more and more popular.
Today, I would like to bring to your attention Scott Bourne’s inspirational photo blog and podcast. You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, or directly from the blog. One of his all-time popular posts concerns 10 ways to Improve Your Photography without Buying Gear. The entire post is relevant but his sixth point rings a great big bell with me:
Over the years I have realised that I am not a true geek because I am not that interested in the technical minutiae such as processor speeds and all that sort of thing.
But I am pretty interested in technology however, and I do try and keep abreast of the latest and greatest in the computer world. I consume a fair amount of media on the subject each day and I thought I would share some of my favourite sources of information with you.
In the past year or two, I have become disgusted with the quality of the television broadcasts that we are offered, and I have compensated for that by listening to podcasts broadcast over the Internet. I shouldn’t think that there’s anyone reading this blog who doesn’t know what a podcast is but just in case, I’ll explain that they are the Internet equivalent of radio (mostly) and television shows, mostly available for free.