I’m looking at a backlog of ideas, a backlog of posts and a backlog of projects. I just can’t seem to get myself into gear lately. Ten thousand voices pulling at each other in my mind, competing for focus and time in the spotlight. A couple of hours ago I had to face my very first—EVER—data corruption issue with an important Logic Pro project : audio files suddenly rendered unusable out of the blue, smack dab in the middle of recording. I’d never seen anything like it but a quick search surfaced this as an ongoing issue, as far back as 2005. Well, yay.
But I didn’t fire up the blog to bitch and moan...what I really want is to mention a new KAGE project we launched a couple of weeks ago: CHRONICLE 90. Instead of fixing ourselves a monthly target and publishing several stories as part of a single issue, we’ve embarked on a 90-day journal. That is, one post per day for the next 90 days (seven photographers). The challenge of course is in the material: we won’t be shooting the sublime and the epic every single time. Each entry instead becomes a personal snapshot of where we are, what we’re doing, how our lives are unfolding. Normalcy, wherever it may lead us.