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Archive for September, 2011

Where bicycles rule.

Friday, September 30th, 2011

Here in the US, as in many parts of the world, the automobile rules the road. In most European cities, mass transit is the way to go, to avoid snarling car traffic. In Amsterdam, The Netherlands, the bicycle far outnumbers the car and the city is built for bikes rather than cars. Mothers with children ride one bike; businessmen cycle to work with briefcases in tow. And if you are a pedestrian, you’d better watch out — the bicyclers won’t hesitate to mow you down.

Shot on an iPhone using a b/w conversion filter.

Photo by: Jon Keeling

What Does Your Car Say About You?

Wednesday, September 28th, 2011

Let’s face it: the car you drive matters more than you think. Just as the clothes you wear serve as a tacit form of self-expression, your car projects a distinct image. TLC’s What Not to Wear has taught us that there is an endless stream of people who dress poorly, genuinely unaware that they look unprofessional, dowdy or downright bad. Is it possible just as many are clueless about their cars?

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Say What?! Business Jargon

Wednesday, September 21st, 2011

Ever review an e-mail chock-full of business-y terms and think, “Wait, what does this say?” Go ahead. Admit it. Translating your industry’s or company’s lingo into plain English every single day can be exhausting, especially if you had to explain it to someone unfamiliar with the territory.

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One of the great wonders.

Wednesday, September 21st, 2011

The Grand Canyon is truly a place to behold. It’s a place for reflection and realizing how small and insignificant we are in the scheme of things. Absolutely breathtaking.

Shot on an iPhone with no retouching.

Photo by: Jon Keeling

Prost! It’s Time to Celebrate Cincinnati’s German Roots

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

Photo Credit: Greg Hardman

If the Labor Day chill and rain weren’t enough of a signal, this weekend’s Oktoberfest Zinzinnati should be your cue: fall is here. The annual downtown festival is undeniably one of Cincinnati’s best excuses for indulging in schnitzels and steins. However, it is also a chance to celebrate our city’s distinctly German heritage.

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