This morning I think I've revived and resuscitated Photoborg.org, which got started early this year and limped along for a bit before spluttering out and getting put on indefinite hold. I think I just didn't have a very good idea of what it should be. And I don't know if I do now, either, but I guess we'll see.
It started off as an attempt to be a commercial site, but I guess I'm just not a very commercially-minded guy. What can I say? It's a curse.
To see what I'm up to now, try clicking on the "About Photoborg" and "Submit a Picture" tabs. I'd be interested to know what you think.
For starters, I'm going to migrate the Forgotten Camera series over to Photoborg.org, although I'll post reminders here when new ones go up. The first one—the first one over there, I mean—is by Hoainam Tran. Or, more precisely, it's of Hoainam. Well, you can see for yourself.
The good thing about this is that "Forgotten Camera" is now an ongoing series, with no deadline. So if you missed your chance before but still would like to participate, now you can.
I've also posted a picture by Chris Gage, with his nice, evocative description of his dad that makes me smile every time I read it.
Finally, can anyone help me with something? I'd like to add a bit of code at the bottom of each post allowing people to share it with friends if they want to, but I find I don't know how to write the code. Anyone willing to show me how to craft a few short, sweet lines of HTML?