Photo credit - FarMcKon
Graham Saathoff is a student at the University of Rochester, a Curator at A\V a non-profit art and music performance and exhibition space, and an amateur / enthusiast photographer. He is also a member of Ant Hill http://www.ant-hill.org, a cooperative community in southwest Rochester.
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2007-03-20 11:36:55 he's also one annoying bugger, who come over to Ant Hill, fixes things, voluinteers and (horror of horrors) sometimes does dishes. —FarMcKon
2007-03-27 19:56:51 The link in my profile? Yeah I was just editing it. The one here should work. —KimBee
2007-03-28 21:17:36 Technically speaking, I am a pro. I used to have an editor and sold stuff to major magazines etc. However, the Pro on flickr just means that you have a "paid" account and thus have more options etc. :) After doing strictly photography (for a living) for a few years, I burnt out and now mostly do it just for fun. —KimBee
2007-04-04 17:52:30 I noticed you made a page for Mystery Photo 21. I'm not sure if I like mystery pictures having their own page each or not..... It is cool to have a history, but it also is info that isn't of much use in general. Anyone else have an opinion? —FarMcKon
2007-04-06 12:37:27 Re: RRS feed. If you go into 'bookmarks' there is an RRS feed button on the top right. It should feed you changes on all bookmarked pages. —FarMcKon
2007-04-11 03:20:43 G— Notice in the location bar for most browsers an icon like or with “RSS”. Click it to read the syndication feed for that page. Better yet copy the link for the feed into Google Reader or any reader capable of feeding your shared and favorite items into any aggregator, such as (my) Tribe or (my) America Online profiles.
2007-04-11 18:51:32 yep, i'm in. consider it a feather in your rocwiki cap, good sir. ;) —KatherineCorley
2007-05-02 12:47:16 Congratulations on the article in City! http://www.rochestercitynewspaper.com/news/articles/COLLEGE%3A+UR+student+fights+campus+parking+prices/ —BenMargolis
2007-05-02 13:34:36 Way to go! One thing I won't miss about UR is definitely the parking situation. I'm working at the med center next year, so I'll most likely have to deal with the triple parking. What a pain. —RachelBlumenthal