Yahoo the original social network?

I few days ago I interviewed a person for a job, she worked at yahoo, developing a game for Yahoo’s lab. I thought to myself, why the hell is yahoo’s lab working on games. Don’t they understand their situation?

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Sacramento Gold win 5-1 over the Tsunami

The 2010 National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) Champions Sacramento Gold rolled over the Eureka Tsunami by a score of 5 to 1, Saturday night at River City High School, in West Sacramento.

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Sigma 150-500mm Lens Review

My take on the Sigma 150-500mm f/5-6.3 AF APO DG OS HSM Telephoto Zoom Lens for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras. with some sample photos taken in the real world

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Elk Grove Park as a Photoshoot Location

Location, location, location, as they say, is just as important in photography as it is is in real-estate. If you are going to give up the control of the studio and venture out in the the unforgiving world to outdoor shooting, you want to pick your location carefully.

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Chi Delta – Group Portraits

Group portraits can be difficult. Getting everyone in place, everyone looking at the camera, smiling, not hiding and most importantly they all have their eyes open, can be very challenging. So it is with some mixed emotions that I share these photos, some are good, some are ok.

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When is a cocktail party not just a cocktail party

It’s can seem daunting at times, there are some many cancers out there, and they all have ribons or mustaches or rubber bracelets, to get your attention, but behind all that are people who have been touched by these deceases.

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Nathan East on bass

Fourplay in concert at The Grove in Sacramento

Smooth Jazz super group, Fourplay, played in the Radison Grove earlier this month. The Grove is my favorite venue in the Sacramento Area.

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Riverwalk extension south of Tower bridge opens

The ribbon was cut on the south extension of the Riverwalk yesterday.It is now officially open to the public, I hear it is very pretty in the evening when the lights are on. Pictured left during the ribbon cutting are our Mayor

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Old Photos

After reading Gavin Seim’s post: Branding – How to Mark, Logo & Sign Your Photos I decided my watermark needed an updating. By the way, Gavin is a very talented photographer, blogger and podcaster from the pacific Northwest. If you haven’t already you should check out his site, My watermark was looking a little old and I liked the simplicity of Gavin’s. So I went to work on a new watermark/print-mark.

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Aperture and a beautiful friendship…

Using Aperture’s Face Recognition feature to add names as keywords to export to SmugMug Smart Galleries

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Jazz Cruise to Alaska

We just got back from Alaska. This was our 2nd cruise to Alaska, and our first Dave Koz & Friends at Sea Cruise. Bottom line it was a wonderful experience two reasons. Alaska is beautiful Entertainment was great We spent 7 nights on Royal Caribbean‘s Rhapsody of the Seas, sailed out of Seattle, with stops […]

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New restaurant opens in West Sacramento!

The Eatery Just opened up in West Sacramento, Residents will tell you there is not a lot of choice in West Sacramento.

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Stay thirsty my friends…

Cocktail Week comes to Sacramento, thanks to the Midtown Business Association including Rob Kerth, Aja Uranga Foster, Amber Schmaeling, Niki Fay, and Heather Philpott and its Members that make thing happen.

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National Night Out 2011

“What is National Night Out?

It’s America’s Night Out Against Crime!”

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Python Ron

Python Ron came to West Sacramento last week with all his very un-fury friends.

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Nikon Pet Peeves

I understand that technology is constantly improving and it hard to keep up, but the difference in the battery performance and size is negligible between the batteries for the D90 and D7000 that replaced it?

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and round perdition’s flames…

well? maybe not, it was more of a friendly competition of RC Model Yachts enthusiasts competed on Sunday near The Boathouse at Bridgeway Lakes.

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Fort Bragg, California

Fort Bragg, CA, the lessor known of the two Fort Braggs (the other has an actual fort) is one of my favorite vacation spots.

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