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It was at the end of November 2005 that I began to explore the possibilities of schtuff (since acquired by pbwiki.com)

as a platform for various projects. I first tried to interest others in a collaborative wiki, but got no takers. I then

developed my Nova Scotia Faces project, with much more success (still a lot more to do with that). Next in the

exploration is creating a place to put my own history as a photographer (an identity I've claimed for myself in several

epochs --but would scarcely claim at the moment). Betsy and I have many thousands of negatives, some of which really

deserve to live and breathe again. It's slow work to digitize them, but I'm quite pleased with some of what I'm finding as

I explore the boxes labeled photo. Anyhow, I expect that this will be a long process.


Just to have a place to start, I got a request from Mo Lotman to use some pictures I'd taken in 1964 in a book he's doing

on Harvard Square. That inspired me to fire up the film scanner and unpack some boxes of negatives. Here are some of the results:


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