Numeric Citizen is now on Tumblr If you are a user of Tumblr and would like to consume this blog's content on that platform, there you go, Numeric Citizen blog is now cross-published there too. Please, bookmark this URL: https://numericcitizen.tumblr.com. I believe cross-posting to other popular platforms can help me reach more people. This comes... Continue Reading →
Numeric Citizen Blog now on Flipboard If you are a user of Flipboard, now you can access the content of Numeric Citizen blog directly on that platform. Follow this link: https://flipboard.com/@jfmartin67/numeric-citizen-jd5fel31z
I’m a long time user of Reeder, a well known and well designed RSS reader for the Apple ecosystem (see my review of Reeder 4 here). But, recently during a discussion on Telegram (which by the way you can find me there @ https://t.me/numericcitizennews), someone mentioned News Explorer as being a great RSS reader with... Continue Reading →
Every workday, walking to the metro station, I go by an old fire station transformed into a restaurant. I love this building. Each time there is something to like about it. Yesterday, it was about this small ice structure. You see, paying attention pays.
If you are a blogger like me, you may find it interesting to learn about what tools other bloggers are using. If you are not (yet) a blogger, you’ll see what it takes to start and thrive! As a long time blogger, I’m happy to share with you all the details about my workflow. You’ll... Continue Reading →
Today, I want to let you know (or kindly remind you) that I'm also on the Micro.blog platform. This is my place for shorter posts about my favourite subjects. I like this place a lot for its simplicity, no ads, and the quality people we can find there. I'll have more to say about this... Continue Reading →
Following my previous blog post about finding my own style of photography, this imperfect photo is a prime example. Taken during yesterday’s snowstorm, while walking, barehanded, it was cold. Previous post of the Photo Legend Series can be reach here.
Recently I discovered a photographer's blog named "AOWS" that I find very interesting and inspiring. One particular article caught my attention: "In praise of imperfect images". In summary, imperfect images are a good way to find our own photographic style. This is something that I'd like to achieve. But this endeavour is not easy. One... Continue Reading →