The Memoirs Made the WP.com Front Page

Polaroid Is Back, Bottom left!
Polaroid Is Back, Bottom left! Click to make bigger

I got a strange email from a ‘bot telling me that my Polaroid Is Back post made it to the front page of WP.com. Kinda cool, as it wasn’t really intended to be a traffic generating post. I’ve actually stopped writing those years ago¹.

Since 2008, monthly traffic has started to grow. As with all blogs, there are ups and downs. It went from 44,471 back in January ’08 to 68,106 in September ’09. Naturally, some of the numbers are skewed since they don’t include the ones from my hosted site, thememoirs.org, which I abandoned in 2008. This is actually the first time in about 2 years that I checked the summary tables. I usually just check the daily hits from time to time.

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[¹]: I think I stopped writing posts to create traffic in 2007.

Polaroid Is Back!

It looks like Polaroid instant film and cameras are coming back! Polaroid film was discontinued last year. This created quite the uproar. For many people, Polaroid film was reminiscent of a simpler form of instant photography. Polaroid film and cameras will return midway in 2010.

Heck, this makes me want to get a Polaroid camera! There are some really cool Polaroid photo projects. What’s really great with Polaroids is it’s instant! You can get the photos right away. Almost like a precursor of what it would be to have digital photography. Speaking of which, the new Nikon D3S was announced. It costs $5,200 and can do up to 102,400 ISO. Sounds incredible. Personally, I’m fine with my D200. I’ll upgrade in 2010 or 2011 and keep the D200 as a backup camera. (via pica+pixel)

Tera Patrick Polaroids By Kenneth Capello

Tera Patrick by Kenneth Capello
Tera Patrick by Kenneth Capello, NSFW

I’m not a fan of giant boobs, and I debated over whether to post this image or not. In the end, I found that this image was just so sexy and beautiful, so I had to post it. It oozes lust. Tera Patrick is a porn star, though I don’t really like those words. It’s demeaning in a variety of contexts.

The Polaroids were taken by Kenneth Capello for Supreme.

(via designyoutrust)

Porn Polaroids Stashed In Books

A man bought some second hand books from a woman. Little did he know that he was in for a surprise. More than a few were hollowed out and contained pornographic polaroids, from softcore to hardcore. (via kottke)