San Francisco Magazine March 2011 Photographer: Tim Petersen Photo Assistant: Philip Nguyen Makeup: Tamara Brown Clothes: Urban 1972 shirt, American Apparel skirt , Nixon watch, Chloe boots These are the outtakes from my shoot for San Francisco Magazine. The issue is out now. It was an amazing...

Kansas City Star 'Bill Cunningham New York' opening in Bay Area San Francisco Chronicle The title photographer shoots street fashion in "Bill Cunningham New York," left, a documentary by Richard Press, above. Once he puts on his trademark blue smock for work, New York Times photographer Bill...

San Francisco Chronicle (blog) Fashion recap: Style.com in print, Olsens online + Carine's Chanel shoot San Francisco Chronicle (blog) In an odd media twist, fashion portal Style.com announced it will launch a print version of the site.(Mediabistro) Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are moving into...

San Francisco Chronicle (press release) UFM plans on using his likeness and brand on multiple covers, features, fitness articles every year and promotional marketing posters promoting the magazine in all gyms all over West Africa. Part of this sponsorship agreement with Mr Obadike is ......

What about maps for non-linear, complex systems? In the Simplifying Complexity section of my site, I added a new tutorial for navigating through more non-linear, complex spaces. The strategy involves tagging content with metadata so that it can be surfaced to the users in the right...

You can get to this section by clicking the Complexity button on my main navigation bar. For the earlier post on deepening value by focusing on complexity, see Part VI: Deepening documentation's value by simplifying complexity. Get new posts delivered straight to your inbox. I'm a...

They are an incredibly dedicated and skilled team that enable Timbuk2 to run on-demand manufacturing in San Francisco. We're really proud of what our team makes here in San Francisco and we're constantly surprised and inspired by the custom bags our customers create.

I added another article in my Simplifying Complexity series. This one is called Hiding complexity through JavaScript show/hide elements. The basic principle is to look for ways to reduce complexity by hiding less-used information on the screen through JavaScript techniques, such as show/hide...

In the Simplifying Complexity section of my site, I published a new article about how to ensure information harmony across a larger documentation landscape, where other articles might contain similar themes and information. In the article, I dive into two factors that increase complexity in a...

Here's a brief summary: In previous topics, I analyzed how integrating new information into the larger landscape and conversely distilling information from a larger landscape into smaller units both help to reduce the complexity of information. In this new article, I dive into another...

 

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