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April 9, 2006 09:51 PM PST

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Announcing Nullstream Photoblog. I've put together a dedicated photoblog for my photos under http://www.nullstream.com/photoblog. The old photoblog posts are still available under the Photoblog category archive. This new format is much more typical photoblog style and will help allay grave concerns that this site should ever turn away from brilliant technical commentary. :-)

The new photoblog has its own RSS Feed. So you can subscribe to new photos independantly of weblog posts. You can also use this feed URL in Google Sidebar to pull photos from.

One of the "funnest" things for me in creating the new photoblog layout is the inclusion of Google Map APIs. The location each photo is taken is represented as a pushpin on the world map that you can click on for more information, zoom in, satellite view, etc. I've got a few more ideas as well...

I hope you enjoy the photoblog, I'll try to keep it updated quite often - so please subscribe to the RSS feed. I've a huge archive of photos over the last 6 months that should keep the pipeline full. I'm interested in feedback on what types of shots people like to help improve my photography, so make use of the comments area on each photo. You can also contact me if you're interested full size images for desktop backgrounds.

Comments (4)

John, April 12, 2006 09:16 PM:

Very nice.

GW, April 12, 2006 09:31 PM:

Unless it's just me.....it doesn't seem to be working quite right anymore.

J, April 12, 2006 11:11 PM:

Thanks, I was adding EXIF data to the posts but forgot a tag somewhere. It's fixed now. If you look at the RSS feed, it has the original image data now with the camera settings and all that. Haven't decided where to put that on the actual post page. It's not of interest to everyone.

J, May 11, 2006 09:31 PM:

I'm proud to say I've made it over one month straight of daily photoblog posts. There are a growing number of utilities such as Google Desktop, Slide.com and the new Vista sidebar that support loading images from RSS feeds, so there are lots of ways to consume the images!






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