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    Andrew Long(Author) Nick Currie(Author)

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A truly global, collective picture of right here, right now, this book presents over 1,000 of the best, most telling images from the online photo journals found on one of the worlds liveliest digital communities, Fotolog®, where millions of ordinary people obsessively document and share their daily lives. It is the ultimate fix for image junkies and an extraordinary document illustrating the online family of man.

Andrew Long was a photography reviewer and editor at The New Yorker for many years. His writings have also been published in Departures magazine and on Salon.com. He is an obsessive Fotologger and carries his digital camera everywhere. Nick Currie is a writer and well-travelled musician. His weblog Click Opera has become a daily stop on the internet for those interested in design, music, new media, photography and contemporary culture. He currently divides his time between Berlin and Japan.

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  • By http404 on 1 August 2011

    Firstly, you have to understand what exactly a Fotolog is. Unlike other websites Fotolog only allows the (free) user to submit a single photograph per day. In effect, the user creates an online journal or diary.This book takes a peep into the world of the Fotolog. Whether you appreciate the Fotolog concept or not, you can still fully appreciate some of the artwork in this book. If like me you enjoy perusing the Flickr interesting pictures of the day or you're a keen Fotologger already - there will be something for you in this book. There's nothing quite like printed material to view imagery.Print and paper are all in good quality and images each have their web addresses labelled with the odd comment from fellow Fotologgers.It's not instructional and doesn't pretend to be anything other than a book you can simply flick through. And this is where the beauty lies in it's simplicity. Simple imagery which something anybody armed with any digital camera can attain.

  • By Amr Aboutaha on 1 February 2010

    I ordered 23 books, some of the books delivered with dents on the cover,I've to say i didn't try to contact the seller to ask for replacement (they probably would have) as i need the books - sometimes you need certain things to be perfectly delivered from the first time


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