Collaborative Photographic History
May 7, 2003 8:21 AM   Subscribe

America 24/7. Well, you've got to figure they'll reject way more photos than they'll accept, but I for one am looking forward to the opportunity to be included in one of those fancy thick "A Day In The Life" coffee table books. The project starts on Monday and only lasts for seven days, so make sure to take some time out of MatrixWeek to look at the world around you -- in all it's mundane glory -- and click, click, click away.
posted by RKB (4 comments total)
cool project!
but i have to say:

"matrix week". christ. no wonder valenti owns our asses. people keep acting like this and hollywood is going to kill the internet. seen the latest issue of time magazine? there's a huge feature article filled with blatant lies describing how the internet is destroying the entertainment industry. just keep right on worshipping those greedy fucks products and see what you get.

oh, did i mention this america 24/7 is a cool link? cuz it is.
posted by quonsar at 9:44 AM on May 7, 2003

sounds neat....and a good excuse to carry around my camera for a week. maybe i'll make my own..."week in the life of me" page....
posted by jacobsee at 10:23 AM on May 7, 2003

Awww... only up to seven photos can be submitted.

Ah, well. Why not?
posted by linux at 11:14 AM on May 7, 2003

Interesting. Thanks RKB!

Coincidentally, the Self Portrait UK exhibition is on at in London at the moment (and you may like it). Of course, America 24/7 is much larger in scope.
posted by plep at 11:30 PM on May 7, 2003

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