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May 4th, 2012

Man vs. Debt and Other Stories

It's always fun to see my photos unexpectedly featured on blogs I read. So far I've seen my photos on both Joel Runyon's Blog of Impossible Things and Steve Kamb's Nerd Fitness blogs. Today I noticed one of my pictures on Adam Baker's Man vs. Debt site. It is the increasingly popular "rusty pennies" photo.

The pennies also showed up this week on the SimpleOrganizedLiving web site. Ironic, isn't it, the frequency with which various of my photos appear on organization and lifestyle improvement web sites?

One of my plane crash photos from the Lost TV show set was used in a French article about fake crashes used for emergency responder training.

The "coffee beans" photo
appears on an Italian health blog.

It's still a bit of a surprise seeing my Thailand photos appearing on travel web sites. It's a surprise both because of the frequency they appear, and because they look so professional when pasted into a web site!

Last but definitely not least: The Nation web site prominently features the spooky troll photo, with the appropriate caption: This troll has been asked to flame elsewhere.

The Nation. That's what I get for givin' it away for free. Shouldn't "America's oldest weekly" be paying for content?

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