Category: Misc

  • Why Excessive Consumption Limits your Creativity – The Mission – Medium

    Why Excessive Consumption Limits your Creativity – The Mission – Medium Excessive consumption and inflow inhibit creativity, negatively impacts our ability to do deep work and reduces our cumulative output. So let’s look at how and why this happens.

  • Hunting the Con Queen of Hollywood | Hollywood Reporter

    [contentcards url=”https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/features/hunting-con-queen-hollywood-1125932″] Hunting the Con Queen of Hollywood | Hollywood Reporter He was a freelance documentary photographer, 27 and eager, but not inexperienced. He’d worked in conflict zones for several prestige newspapers and magazines and shot ad campaigns for corporate clients. One day in late 2017, he opened his email to find an unusual message. […]

  • prob no new posts here on the site until Wednesday. follow us on twitter for daily updates ->->-> @theclick

  • in between laptops

    In between laptops Posting on Twitter if you need your immediate fix. I’ll update The Click as soon as possible. https://twitter.com/theclick

  • We Are Not Stealing Your Bandwidth @loeildelaphoto

    A quick note here about the “Stop Stealing Bandwidth” message that posts linking to The Eye of Photography are displaying here at The Click: The Click links to the best content, mostly photojournalism-related, from around the world. When we link to a site, The Click (through code) asks their site for the open graph information […]

  • Quit Social Media. Your Career May Depend on It. – NYTimes.com

    Quit Social Media. Your Career May Depend on It. In a capitalist economy, the market rewards things that are rare and valuable. Social media use is decidedly not rare or valuable. Any 16-year-old with a smartphone can invent a hashtag or repost a viral article. The idea that if you engage in enough of this […]

  • Criticism’s Sting: The Author Curtis Sittenfeld on Book Reviews – The New York Times

    Criticism’s Sting: The Author Curtis Sittenfeld on Book Reviews I think of reviews being mapped on a graph with four quadrants, and I’ll read the ones that are smart and positive, smart and negative, or dumb and positive (hey, all our egos need a little sustenance!). But there’s no point in reading a dumb, negative […]

  • “Through Her Eyes” A gallery by Utah women photojournalists | Briana Scroggins’s Fundraiser

    Looking for Support for “Through Her Eyes” A gallery by Utah women photojournalists In the gallery of images that make up “Through Her Eyes” you will find for the first time in Utah a collection of photographs produced by 19 female photojournalists while on assignment in the state.

  • The Creative Apocalypse That Wasn’t – The New York Times

    The Creative Apocalypse That Wasn’t In the digital economy, it was supposed to be impossible to make money by making art. Instead, creative careers are thriving — but in complicated and unexpected ways.

  • An Open Letter from Your Horrible Facebook Friends – The New Yorker

    An Open Letter from Your Horrible Facebook Friends We’re your Facebook friends. Those Facebook friends. You know the ones. The moms who have recently gotten into CrossFit. The club promoters you went to college with. The ex-boyfriend who is legally contesting his firing from Best Buy. Your great aunt in Arizona who signs her comments, […]

  • 50 Awesome Photography Websites Feature Shoot Recommends for Daily Inspiration

    Link: 50 Awesome Photography Websites Feature Shoot Recommends for Daily Inspiration – Feature Shoot

  • PJL: January 2014 (Part 1)

    Link: PJL: January 2014 (Part 1) – LightBox

  • Follow @theclick for latest updates

    I’ll be off and on Internet-wise for a few days, so my recent updates here on the site might be delayed. The Click twitter feed http://twitter.com/theclick will be updated constantly. Follow it for the latest greatness

  • The Click now on Facebook

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  • Twitter & Posts at The Click

    I post links fast on Twitter. Then, depending on how busy I am, I flesh out the links with excerpts and (sometimes) photos and post them to this site. For the latest links, you can always check out the new box at top right of this page that shows the @theclick Twitter feed.

  • Submitted Links, July 17, 2011

    Deep Fried Pizza, by Giulio Saggin Steve Butcher is young, Australian and living in Scotland. He is a tabloid photographer. He is also disillusioned. His life isn’t one of Page 3 Girls and celebrities. Instead, his morals and ethics are compromised every day. Thankfully, his life also revolves around beer, football, cable TV and, occasionally, […]

  • Submitted Links, July 10, 2011

    Link: Três16 | Fotografia Multimídia  “Inconscience” (french for “Unconsciousness”) is a photographic project about sleepers in the world, that I started few years ago. I began to photograph sleepers that I came accross during my travels. I saw in them so much poetry, but also questions about the world and the derailment of society. I ‘m […]

  • Submitted Links – July 3, 2011

    The Empty Quarter Gallery cordially invites you to MEET RAWIYA @ MENASART FAIR 13th to 16th July RAWIYA is a photography collective founded by five female photographers from across the Middle East. RAWIYA presents an insider’s view of a region in flux balancing its contradictions while reflecting on social and political issues and stereotypes. RAWIYA, […]

  • New Approach for Link Submissions

    New thing here at The Click… Each week, on Sunday, I’ll post the best 25 links submitted to The Click by e-mail. Send in links to your blogs, websites, whatever. This is open to anyone. The e-mail address is theclick.us@gmail.com. Let’s see where this goes…

  • HBO: Big Love – A Juniper Creek Christmas

    Another holiday soundtrack to fill your home with warmth, a free downloadable playlist from the ficitonal fundamentalist polygamists of HBO’s Big Love. Tracks include: We Three Wives Deck the Compound and, Silent Wife Listen and download your favorite compound classics Link: HBO: Big Love – A Juniper Creek Christmas