Archive for the ‘admin’ Category

Tabulating, Terminating, Transitioning

May 22, 2011

Some doors are not only closed, but even bricked over.

Some doors are not only closed, but even bricked over.

Without me paying much heed, this blog hass passed 25000 clicks in total over the weekend. Thanks to all (more…)

Instruments Old and New

February 28, 2011

Vagabond's Night Quarters, Light Snowfall

Vagabond's Night Quarters, Light Snowfall

I’ve been posting too little lately, and there are two reasons. (more…)

e.g. PayPal

January 12, 2011


2010 in review

January 2, 2011

This, of cousrse, is self-referential and in part not quite exact (busiest day with one view, WTF?), but here goes:

The stats helper monkeys at mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health:

Healthy blog!

The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads Wow.


Take And Give at #bus200

October 26, 2010

Please click for larger, readable version!

Please click for larger, readable version!

I have to thank all you guys (and a few gals, s’ppose) for visiting this blog in the last two days and showing a large interest in my “Geeks on Tri-X” pictures. While this might be a slow day for a lot of other sites, this poor dear one isn’t used to more than 1000 hits a day!
There have been a few requests for larger versions of these images, (more…)

Post 100, Meta ‘blog

October 15, 2010

At this decimal waypoint, time for a little reflection.

Let me immodestly start with myself (photo © A. Klemming)

Let me immodestly start with myself (photo © A. Klemming)

That’s what ‘blogs are mostly about, aren’t they? (more…)


July 29, 2010

Translation: Wired Network

Translation: Wired Network

That’s what a server needs to be on, and mine isn’t. Only WLAN here, so it is slooooo … ooow from the WLAN and from outside.
Patience is a virtue 😉

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July 5, 2009

In preparation for the portfolio reviews in Arles, I’m posting the artist’s statement and our contact info. We are Carl and Christoph Hammann, a son-and-father-team forming CCH-Photography. (more…)

Kind Of Podcasting

May 21, 2009

Some adminstrativa here, and an opportunity for me to make you aware of a new feature of this site. I’ve discovered Audioboo a while ago and have been uploading a few podcasty audio segments. Here are the two most recent ones:
One about a bad (?) habit of mine:
And one about my new lightweight approach to high resolution photography:
The newest Audioboos will always be linked to in the sidebar of this blog.

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November 10, 2008

Updated the generic blogroll. Put some choice blogs and the APUG forums there, so that you can waste your time the same way I do, if that’s your desire. No really, all links are well worth visiting! And now for something completly different: a man reading a book. In my case, it’s Copper Plate Photogravure, Demystifying The Process, by David Morrish & Marlene MacCallum. The printing press has yet to arrive from the builder, but I’m already a bit less mystified.

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