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Want to know why this bear is wearing a blue beanie? Well, he supports web standards because he believes the web should be available to everyone on everything. Find out more at the Facebook Blue Beanie Day Event.

 

Why are web standards and accessibility important? For a quick introduction, I recommend starting with the W3C goals. I swear, every time I read them I get goosebumps. Once you have "web for everyone. web on everything." as your personal goal, you could head to the W3C's Developing a Web Accessibility Business Case or read the difinitive text by Jefferey Zeldman, Designing with Web Standards.

Recreating "Designing with web standards" book cover, April 2007.

For the third annual International Blue Beanie Day in Support of Web Standards.

 

Also, it is chilly in my office.

Show business for decades..here she is starting out. This fabulous art deco gown. IN the 30's.

Fabulous body, she didn't need a bra. ...

athletic, and gorgeous. the dress is silk voile and

cut on the bias.

With huge rhinestone clasps....

 

...

I was not born yet.

this is the fabulous photographer

Maurice of Chicago

 

there is mystery about MAURICE

 

SEE THIS from google

   

The december 06 issue of Chicago Magazine has a little primer piece on local (i.e. Chicago) photographers of note. Concerning MS, it says “Maurice Seymour was actually two brothers: Maurice (1900-93) and Seymour (1902-95) Zeldman. Born in Russia, the pair came to Chicago in 1920, and nine years later opened their own studio-Maurice Seymour-atop the St. Clair Hotel. Bestowing a dramatically highlighted glamour on the city, they photographed film, theatre, and radio stars, judges and politicians, and the international luminaries of ballet, beginning, in 1934, with the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. When Seymour Zeldman moved to New York in the 1950s, both men legally changed their names to Maurice Seymour and continued to photograph into the 1970s.”

 

The later work, especially from New York, tends to be more of down-market cabaret hopefuls and strippers, than arty ballerinas, though images nowadays seem to be harder to find on the web than they were a few years ago, compared with the ballet and TV/film promotional shots (google filtering, perhaps?). (end of google post)

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I have many photos..black and white glossies shot by Maurice

my mom married a guy and made him her agent

he got hundreds of photos sent to him

by acts who wanted to be booked.

I was fascinated as a young chlld.

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this photo was not in them

but many many years prior.

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I googled Maurice to find out more. a really wild story

 

from RUSSIA?

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to see more of my mother and her friends from show business

hit here.. I have many but these are published on flkr

 

www.flickr.com/photos/sugarbarre2/albums/72157623206481209

 

more...here is a huge lot of Maurice Seymour photos

man oh man, they shot almost every one.

take a look

www.google.com/search?q=maurice+seymour+photographer&...

Support Web Standards! November 30, 2011

Hey, I know that guy! Thanks to Oliver Lindberg for the high-res PDF of the article in this month's .Net Magazine. The photo is by DanielByrne. He good.

 

Update: The article itself is now available for your downloading pleasure.

 

Taken at Happy Cog's NYC headquarters.

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Photo by Daniel Byrne for .net magazine.

 

I guest-edited the issue of .net magazine released today in the UK.

 

Read this:

 

www.zeldman.com/2010/08/12/future-of-web-standards-zeldma...

Celebrate forthcoming Blue Beanie Day on the 30th November by donning a blue beanie in honour of Web standards

 

More at vvn.net/wp/2009/11/10/3rd-annual-blue-beanie-day/

Selects from a Fall 2012 shoot by John Morrison. More will be revealed.

June 30, 2019. Fifth Avenue & 27th Street.

UPDATED SERVICE ADVISORY - EAST RIVER FERRY CAPACITY LIMITS - PLEASE CLICK HERE TO READ.

 

Relax. We'll Get You There.

I did some googling and discovered that this photo was taken by "Maurice Seymour." I put the name in quotes because Maurice Seymour is the professional name used by brothers Maurice and Seymour Zeldman. Here's a link to their interesting story.

Mischief, Emile (deceased), Snow White, Giovanni, and others.

Relaxing with a sock monkey.

Supporting web standards with appropriate reading material!

After seeing a screenshot of an icon set on Mr. Zeldman's Flickr page, I was reminded of how great this guy's icons and website were, so I dug the website up on Way Back machine. The memories!

Ethan Marcotte and me, in the November 2011 "responsive design" issue of .net Magazine. Photographed by John Morrison (subism.com) at An Event Apart Minneapolis.

Maurice Zeldman, inventor, robotics engineer, watchmaker, raconteur, ladies man, and my dad, sporting his Irish derby in the 1970s, I believe.

photo by Scott Beale / Laughing Squid

 

This photo is licensed under a Creative Commons license. If you use this photo within the terms of the license or make special arrangements to use the photo, please list the photo credit as "Scott Beale / Laughing Squid" and link the credit to laughingsquid.com.

This was our first release on typographyshop.com

 

In weights descending from Ultra Black 95 to Ultra Light 25, Max Miedinger's redesign of his own 1957 classic has never been so fashionable. Comes in black for now. As if designers need another color.

 

Aimed at designers and typophiles and anyone else with an eye for fine typography. Thanks to Jeffrey Zeldman for launching it into the cybersphere. Shortly thereafter Josh Spear posted it on his great design blog. www.newsdesigner.com/archives/002892.php was next and within a couple of days the esteemed typography hub

I Love Typography started sending a great deal of traffic our way.

 

It's been a joy sharing this with my fellow designers around the world. In just one month people were wearing this in 15 countries.

 

A customer recently sent a note that made my day:

 

SUBJECT: Thank you, thank you, thank you

I ordered a tee shirt on the 24th for my daughter, a graphic designer and type aficionado. She got it today, on her birthday, on her way to dinner with friends, after which they will be watching Helvetica.

 

Photo by Tony Ward

Zeldman and myself right before the opening of the Web Awards show at SXSW05

The white version of our first shirt.

 

Typographyshop.com has been a huge hit with designers and typophiles around the world.

 

In weights descending from Ultra Black 95 to Ultra Light 25, Max Miedinger's redesign of his own 1957 classic has never been so fashionable. Comes in black for now. As if designers need another color.

 

Aimed at designers and typophiles and anyone else with an eye for fine typography. Thanks to Jeffrey Zeldman for launching it into the cybersphere. Shortly thereafter Josh Spear posted it on his great design blog. www.newsdesigner.com/archives/002892.php was next and within a couple of days the esteemed typography hub

I Love Typography started sending a great deal of traffic our way.

 

It's been a joy sharing this with my fellow designers around the world. Since April we've sold to designers in at least 18 countries.

A quickie since I've got work to do.

 

I couldn't resist making this when Eric's photo popped up on Twitter.

 

Original photos by John Morrison here and here and the rest was appropriated.

.net magazine guest edited by me. Scary cover shot.

Poured concrete Brutalist modernism courtesy of I. M. Pei, 1957-63 and Title I of the Federal housing act of 1949. More like this: foursquare.com/zeldman/list/architecture--great-architect...

At Happy Cog HQ in Manhattan.

 

Rare photo captures neither of us wearing a knit cap.

  

Julie is the wiz behind such creative enterprises as Subversive Cross Stitch. subversivecrossstitch.com/

 

She made this and sent it to me just because.

 

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Nicole Sullivan, Dan Cederholm, Jeremy Keith, Eric Meyer, Wendy Chisholm, Tantek Çelik, Ethan Marcotte visit Jeffrey Zeldman at Happy Cog New York to answer the age-old question, What is HTML5, and should a couple kiss on the first date?

 

Taken at Happy Cog's NYC headquarters.

gowalla.com/spots/95281

I might be hyperventilating a little.

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