Blogger Portraits

I’m a wordpress blogger uploading a daily post. I wouldn’t do so, if I had no readers: other bloggers. I’m happy, that my readers are global: coming from 146 different countries (visit the flag stats at About FrizzText). The photographer Gabriela Herman created a project featuring blogger portraits – it’s a wonderful new supra-national network of global communication: leaving local cultural boxes!
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Catching up on e-mail...
title=”Catching up on e-mail…” – photo by Ed Yourdon, click on the picture to enter his galleries on Flickr [sent to my group BLOG IT!]
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Explorers of Light
title=”Explorers of Light – photo by Nathaรฑ Richards, click on the picture to enter his galleries on Flickr [sent to my group BLOG IT!]
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urban impressions
photo by frizztext, click on the picture, to enter my galleries on flickr
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Outdoor Wireless Lan
photo by frizztext, female blogger in Venice, using a hotel’s strong wireless lan signal outside on the street
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One of the rare non-Apple laptops seen in an otherwise cool park full of cool people
title=”One of the rare non-Apple laptops seen in an otherwise cool park full of cool people” – photo also by Ed Yourdon (like the first one above); could it be Sarah Jessica Parker?
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breeding-words
myself, trying to blog wireless also, but there was no signal connection …
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related:
http://www.photographyblogger.net/bloggers-portrait-photography-by-gabriela-herman/
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http://gabrielaherman.com/bloggers
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http://10mh.net/2013/03/21/a_desk_of_ones_own/

 

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

24 responses to “Blogger Portraits

  1. vastlycurious.com

    Sometimes I cannot get a signal INSIDE the Hotel much less out!

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  2. You’re funny. No signal.
    I remember those days. Pecking away. Who would have thought it would all come to this. Wireless! Blogging! Love it! (And love the little VW camper.)

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  3. I enjoy being part of the blogging community. Nice pics of bloggers.

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  4. You’re going to wait a long time for something to happen there – even with the incredible powers of your mighty brain!

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    • thank you! me (aged 68), with an electric cable line in hands (found in the basement) asked my daughter, what to do. She asked her husband – and so on; now you can read me. Isn’t it great? Imagine all the great authors in the past centuries (with the incredible powers of their mighty brains) had the same chance: the world would be better (or not?)

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  5. You gave me a good chuckle tonight! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  6. I enjoy all the photos particularly the last one… ๐Ÿ˜‰ I enjoy the blogging sphere…

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  7. Yep, I love the photo of you with the vintage typewriter and also like the non-apple girl, good for her being more individual!

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  8. I love that photo of yours! It’s perfect! [your wireless works very well!!!]
    ๐Ÿ™‚

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  9. Great post and pictures. I love the way we can all share from our own little corners of the world.

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  10. Actually I love (and write also) on papers with pencil (that never changes) but as you can see I am typing… in this amazing blogging world. How much I love your photograph, talks about you, I am so happy to be in this amazing world. Thank you, you are one of amazing writers who I read and enjoy. Have a nice day, love, nia

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  11. Haha… Love that last picture, so funny. Apparently that wireless technology already exists long time back…

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  12. Amy

    Amazing WP, people are sharing and connected without geographic boundary! Enjoy reading your daily post and appreciate your “like” clicks and comments. Thank you, Frizz!

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  13. How silly that they forgot to include wifi with your version! z

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  14. Ha ha! your blue tooth isn’t working ๐Ÿ˜‰ Thanks for the laugh!

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  15. I like your wireless portrait! There is a signal from your mind to your fingertips and then to the typewriter.

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