Interview With Gary Hamburgh: Fine Art Photographer

Today I would like to share with you an interview with an outstanding fine art photographer by the name of Gary Hamburgh. Before we get into the interview, however, let me briefly introduce Gary to you.I have known Gary and his family on a personal level for about 15 years. His son and I played … Continue reading “Interview With Gary Hamburgh: Fine Art Photographer”

Today I would like to share with you an interview with an outstanding fine art photographer by the name of Gary Hamburgh. Before we get into the interview, however, let me briefly introduce Gary to you.I have known Gary and his family on a personal level for about 15 years. His son and I played golf together through junior leagues, high school and college, where Gary was our faithful coach. Over the past 5 years, Gary and I have grown closer as friends due to our similar passion for photography. We have gone on many photo shoots around the Northwest and attended a few workshops together. Gary has an extraordinary eye for shapes, lines, color, texture and other forms of composition within the camera. His ability to see the shot before he captures it truly amazes me.Morning at Haystack RockGary Hamburgh taught at Walla Walla College (now Walla Walla University) from 1972-2006. His formal education includes a Masters Degree from Fresno State University and a PhD. from the University of Oregon in Physical Education. He was the Department Chair of Health and Physical Education at Walla Walla College for twenty-four years. In addition he served for fifteen years as the men’s head basketball coach and six years as the head coach for men’s and women’s golf. Gary has retired from teaching and is devoting his full time to photography. Continue reading “Interview With Gary Hamburgh: Fine Art Photographer”

Microsoft Is Their Own Downfall

I wrote a while back about the Downfall of the Microsoft Empire. In that article I wrote about all Microsoft’s competitors and how they were attacking Microsoft on all fronts. I digress, with today’s news that Microsoft made a $44.6B offer to buyout Yahoo, Microsoft may be the downfall of their own empire. That is … Continue reading “Microsoft Is Their Own Downfall”

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I wrote a while back about the Downfall of the Microsoft Empire. In that article I wrote about all Microsoft’s competitors and how they were attacking Microsoft on all fronts. I digress, with today’s news that Microsoft made a $44.6B offer to buyout Yahoo, Microsoft may be the downfall of their own empire. That is not only a massive premium over the existing market value of Yahoo, but a futile attempt against Google. According to Compete.com, Microsoft is basically saying that each Yahoo customer is worth $1200. How long do you think it would take to recoup $1200 per customer on search advertisements? Exactly. And do you think that with a merger the customers are going to stay loyal to Microsoft or Yahoo Search? Continue reading “Microsoft Is Their Own Downfall”