Several people have asked me if I photoshopped this. I took it at sunset at the beach at Herzliya, Israel (@CityofHerzliya), which is a central part of the “Silicon Wadi” (Hebrew for “Silicon Valley”), where some/most of the largest tech companies in the world operate. If you’re using a computer to read this, the microprocessor inside it was likely designed in Israel. Continue reading→
Surfers leaving the beach. Sunset. Tel Aviv, Israel.
For the Transgender Health Meet and Greet which we hosted recently, I leveraged my recently acquired photoshop skills to create nametags that support pronouns.
I’m embedding the template in multiple formats, with instructions below. The document is Creative Commons licensed like everything on this blog – use it, edit it, brand it, make sure it helps other people succeed in life. If you don’t use it to help other people succeed, then the license to use is immediately revoked.
Summer in Washington, DC. Thanks for keeping us safe.
We’re going to be here for the LGBTQ community at pride celebrations all summer long. And then we’re going to be here for the LGBTQ community for your whole life, even when pride is over, every day, forever.
This is a view from a relatively new pool deck, at the intersection of 4th Street, SE and Tingey, in Washington, DC. As you can tell, the skyline, and the completeness of the streets, has been changing in the Navy Yard part of our capital. I was here as part of the kickoff of Washington, DC’s Capital Pride weekend (@CapitalPrideDC). Continue reading→
I’m breaking the “photo is usually from Washington, DC” informal rule this week, which I do occasionally when I find something visually compelling elsewhere, in this case the beautiful LEED Gold certified Kaiser Permanente Antelope Valley Medical Office Building.
Opened in 2014, it combines the science of wind flow studies, high technology and personalized health care, and connection to the community through locally sourced art, site placement, and visual cues (poppies, pinwheels, butterflies).