23 April 2008

a.c. in nyc

My neat little sister did an outstanding job shooting Animal Collective in our medium of choice last Thursday in the big city.

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Check them hither.

20 April 2008

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"Whoa," yes, but no, not surprising. (via Peter)

16 April 2008

r.s. "b of r"

GvsB was just recently named one of the "Best Music Blogs" in Rolling Stone's annual "Best of Rock" issue along with five other sites. Kind of cool, that. Step this way and read all about it.

15 April 2008

TWO
NEW
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Schuepbach Energy is a Dallas-based natural gas energy company pursuing scaleable natural gas reserves around the world. Among other brewing ventures, they are presently active in the Marcellus Shale, the sedimentary, Devonian black shale beneath south central New York, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia that was recently heralded "the most underated resource in the eastern U.S." by Geology.com. By all accounts, one of the cooler projects to date.

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dos anos

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(DBM opened shop two years ago today.)

13 April 2008

Ft. Worth Ave. near Sylvan.

08 April 2008

Marcellus Shale

marcellus shale(A man and his Marcellus. Shale, that is.)

The Times' business section has just published a piece that scratches the surface of the Marcellus Shale, an alluring natural gas-bearing sedimentary formation spanning south central New York state to West Virginia that is seen by some as the next frontier of domestic energy exploration. The Marcellus Shale was discovered in Fredonia, New York, over a century ago and, overnight, has spurred major interest from a handful of natural gas companies, including Schuepbach Energy.

Innovations in seismic analysis, hydraulic fracturing, and horizontal well drilling are making shale exploration possible because now prodigious reserves can be extracted responsibly from a small, central location throughout a region significantly more vast than Texas' Barnett Shale. The technologies in that venture are being applied to produce natural gas in New York, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. Things move fast, too.

One morning in January, a certain over-caffeinated CNBC personality claimed that 2008 would be "the year of natural gas". If leasing prices rise exponentially, and the shale's as fertile as information suggests, others will no doubt be inclined to agree.

(check out the recently completed refresh of SchuepbachEnergy.com, a project that's been brewing since late January.)

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07 April 2008

RIVER DOGS

06 April 2008

ground door.Cali.Armstrong Ivy.Firehouse door.Michigan State.USAbus Alley glyphs.Hall/Welborn Steps.Marilyn.Awning.N.Spanish Village.Republic Center Tower.

04 April 2008

Haskell and Junius.Haskell and Delano Pl.

03 April 2008

Wall at Hall and Turtle CreekWoodrow and Routh.Beacon of Insufferable Water Main Repair.GYBNYINC., a reminder of how a street can turn into a warzone merely and simply overnight.