I am not a photographer. It doesn't matter who I am. I am anonymous, but I am not hidden.
In January of 2006 I decided to take 10 digital photos every day for life. Each photo is marked with its date and a time. I was there. No days were missed.
Instead of keeping a log or journal. I decided to write a series of books:
500 Things Everyone Should Know! A self-help book.
Odysseus The Homeric tale in an IT setting.
Gospel According to James The Fifth Gospel.
The Anonymous Way: The Movie The movie script.
The Sentence A post modern novel.
The Anonymous Marathon Runner An inspirational sports book.
Anonymous Way EXPOSED Posting of an unauthorized hacker.
One particularly fine morning in the emerging month of May an elegant young horsewoman just might have been seen riding a handsome, proudly loping, sorrel mare along the flowery and yet mysterious avenues of the world famous Bois de Boulogne.
Waking up under a bridge on 95, just outside of Philadelphia, deep sleep transformed itself into the waking day. From the start of the World Wide War, Odysseus understood the danger of open networks. He kept everything he knew in a book with no pages. It was an ox-hide bound external storage device capable of storing many billions positive and negative states. On days of rain with smoke and cars and air tasting of iron rust, Odysseus would etch new information in long, tedious electromagnetic rows. He ate carbon for lunch, roasted amino acid for dinner. He waited for the urban twilight to inject his eyes with needed sleep again.