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It doesn’t matter what your business model is as a photographer. It matters what the customer’s buying model is. The above bit of wisdom is by Guy Kawasaki, who is quoted in an interesting article on rethinking photography business models. … Continue reading
Washington in 1979 was a scarred metropolis just ten years removed from riots that had hollowed out the city. It was a grim time, with hundreds of buildings boarded up just blocks from the White House. 1979 was a tough … Continue reading
Julianne Brienza I’ve done another interview for the Pink Line Project, this time with Julianne Brienza, Executive Director of the Capital Fringe Festival. I met Julianne several years ago, when Fringe was just starting out. It’s amazing and inspiring to … Continue reading
With the advent of the Barnes and Noble Nook e-reader and the growing acceptance of e-books among readers and writers, it’s safe to say that we’ve reached what I’d call the Disintermediation Moment. This is the time when industries collapse, … Continue reading