January 12, 2009

Morning reading

Today's random assortment of morning reading includes: Tiltshift Photography, First Principles on Working on Stuff That Matters, A Briefing of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, and The New Airport Terminal in Medford.

Via Drawn!, links to the fun world of Tiltshift Photography—or how to use Photoshop to make a regular photo look like a miniature scene. {Link}

Tim O'Reilly outlines his insights into working on stuff that matters with his thoughts on working on something that matters more to you than money and creating more value than you capture. {Link}

On Reuter's AlertNet, I went looking for a briefing on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and found one. AlertNet exists to "alert humanitarians to emergencies" and is an excellent source of news and information on the crises and conflicts happening in the world today. {Link}

Finally, in local news, Medford's new airport terminal opened yesterday. Now the Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport, it features an observation deck, actual gates (you have to know your gate number now!), and in February, a restaurant and pub designed to serve both the lobby and the secure waiting area. I'll have to find an excuse (and some $$) to fly out of here next month, it would seem. ;-) {Link}

Happy morning reading.

Posted by Amber at January 12, 2009 10:38 AM

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