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The book “The Human Face of Big Data” that I helped write a few years back is now a documentary film. It airs in the US on February 24, 2016, at 10 p.m. Eastern time. Congratulations to everyone involved.
Creators are a dangerous bunch. If we’re any good at what we do, we’ll probably make at least one or two people feel something. Think a new thought. Even have the occasional insight or two. They might even get mad … Continue reading
We made a thing! The Human Face of Big Data, the coffee-table book by Rick Smolan (that I helped ghostwrite this summer), is out, and getting some decent reviews. Over a hundred photographers and a big team of writers worked … Continue reading
How do you pace yourself when your creative life is on a very fast train, destination unknown? I don’t know about you, but when there are too many things going on I get all buzzy and frantic inside, and my … Continue reading