Your Face In Space

I’m not exactly sure why, but NASA has launched a program to get your face into orbit. They want to put a picture of you on one of the two remaining space shuttle missions. You can choose between mission STS-133 with an expected launch date of 11/01/2010 and mission STS-134 with an expected launch date of 02/26/2011.

Simply visit NASA’s Face In Space website, choose your mission, upload your photo, and get into orbit. Return to the site after mission launch to print your Flight Certificate – a commemorative certificate signed by the Mission Commander. You can also check on mission status, view mission photographs, and follow the commander and crew on Twitter or Facebook.

Dip And Dunk

There was a time when they dotted the landscape in five and dime stores, bus stations, roller rinks, and amusement parks from coast to coast. In todays world of digital photography, finding an oldstyle photobooth (original chemical chemical dip & dunk botths, not the digital ones) is like finding a soda fountain shop – I can hardly avoid partaking in it’s nostalgic appeal and usually end up spending a few bucks. Photobooths in Colorado can be located at The Collective in Boulder and at Sputnik in Denver. While you’re at it, go check out the Photobooth Blog.