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January 17, 2003
Photographs of Alice Austen. 1890s New York.
posted by Thomas Friday, January 17, 2003
January 15, 2003
Caracas Chronicles, a weblog in English by local journalist, Francisco Toro. Mr. Toro wrote freelance for the New York Times but recently quit because of his activism in the Opposition to Chavez' rule. The blog is great reporting and very lucid, particularly this post about the reality distortion field surrounding foreign press and their ability to make sense of the situation in Venezuela: "Foreign papers don’t quite know how to deal with [Venezuela's] complex reality".
posted by Thomas Wednesday, January 15, 2003
January 11, 2003
PATH Train Progress at Ground Zero. Try to find the Two Towers' Footprints. So much for sacred groud.
posted by Thomas Saturday, January 11, 2003
January 08, 2003
Latin America in 2003, Morgan Stanley. (via Beautiful Horizons)
posted by Thomas Wednesday, January 08, 2003
January 03, 2003
Business Card Drawings by Hugh MacLeod, via memepool.com.
posted by Thomas Friday, January 03, 2003
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My name's Thomas Locke Hobbs. I used to live in Argentina, now I am in New York City. I grew up in California. I'm a bit suspicious as the value of keeping a weblog, but I do it anyway. Go to my home page for more about me.
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Xblog, Virginia Postrel, Signal vs. Noise, Peterme, Obscure Store, Metafilter, Media News, Lonely Planet Daily Scoop, Lightningfield, Kottke, Joel on Software, Dan Bricklin, Camworld, Arts and Letters Daily,