contexts editorial meeting
for some reason, my pictures with doug e. fresh usually come off as the sort of low-budget wedding announcement photo you might find in the local shopper. i'd like to think that our happy couple commitment ceremony vibe is a product of long friendship and productive collaboration. for some bizarre reason, there's no simmering resentment or sibling rivalry between us. and that's a good thing in a collaborative relationship.contexts managing editor amy conner induced our grad student board to write captions for some recent photographs, including some jowly shots that i'd just as soon forget and/or destroy. nevertheless, i promised to post the winning entries from our beery caption contest tonight.
congrats to wes and jon, who took home fabulous prizes this evening, and the other fine entrants. i'm not sure how the love vibe translates in the blogosphere, but our li'l editorial meetings are a good time -- intellectual exchange, good humor, and an evangelistic and unshakeable faith in the transformative power of good sociology.