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Recommended reading

Happy Saturday! Here are some blog posts I enjoyed this week.

Heather Munro takes wonderful photographs in her travels around the world. She has solid portraiture skills and has a keen eye for light. She shares a few of her secrets. Read Five more ways to get better photos

The kinds of jobs that exist today might not tomorrow, or in a year, or in a decade. Nick Gerlich challenges the generation entering the workforce now to ask themselves what they will do if their job disappears. Read Not My Job

Tech blogger Alister Scott gives some useful advice on how to start a blog or double down on a languishing blog. Believe it or not, it has to do with rivers forming. Read AMA: how to be a better blogger

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3 thoughts on “Recommended reading

  1. hmunro says:

    I’ve been busy caring for a dying friend, and attending a family gathering to honor my father’s 80th birthday — so I’ve been a bit absent from our virtual neighborhood. Nevertheless, HUGE belated thanks, Jim. I respect you immensely both for your writing and your photography, so I’m honored that you featured one of my posts. I also greatly appreciated Nick Gerlich’s piece. Although I’ve been working for some 30 years already, I still ponder what would happen if I lost my job, or if my line of work disappeared entirely. It’s reassuring to know that my habit of cultivating several interests/disciplines could actually pay off (because I’m not yet ready to join the other dinosaurs in the La Brea tar pit, ha ha). Thank you!

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    • It sounds like your life is filled with joys and sorrows at the moment. Always happy when I can feature one of your posts on a Saturday! My great hope is that because I work in technology, I’m protected somewhat from the changes to come.

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      • hmunro says:

        I think you’re right that because you work in tech you’re protected to a degree from the changes to come — and you’re also helping shape and create those changes. Thank you in advance, on behalf of Luddites everywhere. (And thank you also for your kind words.)

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