There are a few strategies for making the most of any conference you attend, including these five.
Overpowered and Overtowered?
Will the iconic Frost Tower find itself overtowered and overpowered one day by Austin's many taller buildings?
The Three Critical Blogging Chores You’ve Probably Ignored
There are three essential—and easy—chores necessary to maintain your blog's good health.
Capturing a Fish Frenzy
When things never stop moving, there's an iPhone app for that.
Eureka! I Found a Workaround for the Utterly Awful WordPress Reader
Don't suffer with the inadequate WordPress.com Reader a moment longer. Here's how to follow your favorites in Feedly.
What I Like About Photography
Take a walk and keep your iPhone handy, because there's always another picture around the bend.
Magic Made of Steel
Set your speed at 65 mph and take aim with your iPhone. Professional drivers only.
Summon the Power of the Blur
With just one tap of your finger, your iPhone photography takes focusing to the next level—near, or far.
Perfect for Fleeting Moments
Life is fleeting; for its most ephemeral moments, we have our iPhones.
Composition by the Rules
There are rules to be followed, and there are rules to learn and reject.
Surprise Someone on Wordless Wednesday . . .
Write a few words on Wordless Wednesday and surprise someone with a handwritten note—yours.
Try This One Weird Trick to Improve Your Friends’ Photography
With just one weird trick, you can improve the photographic skills of your friends.
The Unlikely Duo for Self-Expression
The two unlikeliest bedfellows are natural companions when it comes to self-expression.
Cheap Tricks with Pattern and Light
I really hate Venetian blinds. But they do make useful photographic props.
’Tis the Season to Twinkle
Our annual season of bounty is ripe with photo opps and apps to capture the sparkle.
A Town That Knows How to Get Lit
New Orleans turned on its Christmas light show, and I turned on my iPhone. So did others.
Using Your Imagination to See
When you let it, your iPhone will push you to use your imagination to see what your eyes cannot.
How to Make the Call: Color, or Black and White?
The ease with which we can choose color over black and white shouldn't determine our choice.
Shooting Waves of iPhone Photos
There's a little-known pro feature built into your iPhone camera that will increase your odds of capturing a great action shot.
How to Shoot a Texas-Size Panorama
When you encounter an interior that is as impressive as the Texas State Capitol's dome, you'll need to shoot like a Texan.