Monday, April 30, 2007

Photo Phinish

Since a picture equals a thousand words, I decided to publish two new photo albums (worth about 35,000 words).

The first collection documents the rugged working conditions and extreme privation that typifies the worst of the furniture sweatshops in North America. After viewing the shocking evidence, you may want to write letters of complaint to the taskmistress by clicking here.

The second is a choose-your-own-adventure experiment where the photos are randomized and you have to decide what order they should be in. The pictures are drawn from a recent trip to Chattanooga, TN. Al and I were attending a GYC Board meeting and were able to visit my sister Deborah and cousin James on Sabbath.

Let me know if you like the new photo album formats. I may convert the rest over if public opinion is strong enough.'ll just save me a lot of time.