Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-01-10

  • [Reactuate] Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-01-03 #
  • I think I have a case of the Mondays. Now I'm going to have to kick my own ass. #
  • How To Not Seem Creepy When Communicating With Models #
  • Still time to be part of The Photography Instructor Mastermind #photogs #photography #photo #
  • FYI, new shirt never washed with embrodery on it can cause you to be searching for bandaids for the runners use. #
  • Podcast Hosts Shawna Rencher And Ron Davis #
  • Actually making progress today. Feels good. #
  • Just found out how much Flex I need to file. And got a bunch of suggestions on where to mine that money. #
  • Just bought tickets to the Jordan Fuchs dance performance Jan 15. #
  • Great new comments on this post How To Not Seem Creepy When Communicating With Models #
  • Ep 31 – Photographer Garry King #
  • I am so cold and my thermometer on my desk says it is 70 degrees. What's up with that? #
  • Shawna Rencher Is a Bad Ass #
  • "The true man wants two things: danger and play. For that reason he wants woman, as the most dangerous plaything." – Friedrich Nietzsche #
  • 10 stars without makeup and without retouching BUT the use of classic in-camera tricks to hide aging and blemishes. #
  • Another new avatar, this time very photographer-ie. #
  • From O. Mag: "Polygamous men live nine years longer than the average human life span." Via Style's FB page #
  • Shawna – Two Themes Together #
  • Just schedule pre marathon massage and chiro appointments for next week. 9 Days till Houston Half marathon. Hope it warms up some. #
  • Looking at a list of regions of Texas and they are things like "Western East" "Eastern East" "Southwestern West". What? #
  • It is SO cold outside and in. #
  • Uploaded a new set for Zivity and added a few images to my iPhone Portfolio. #
  • @christinebpc So is that open to any Houston photog? Or do you have be a wedding & portrait type? in reply to christinebpc #
  • Back from a great shoot doing Pull and Dark Shower with a beautiful, tiny model. #

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