Checking Email

Professor Jeffrey K. MacKie-Mason checking email between graduate ceremonies at the University of Michigan.

Professor Jeffrey K. MacKie-Mason checking email between graduate ceremonies at the University of Michigan.

Professor Jeffrey K. MacKie-Mason checking his email outside the Mendelssohn Theater before the University of Michigan School of Information’s graduate recognition ceremony on Friday, May 1, 2009. Professor MacKie-Mason is wearing his Ph. D. robes from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and has good taste in laptops.

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12 Responses to Checking Email

  1. burstmode says:

    I hope he didn’t get dressed up to check his email. I like that his robes match the notebook so well.

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  2. Gerry says:

    I enjoy the irony of medieval scholar’s robes with the wireless laptop. Nice lighting, Scott.

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  3. Anran says:

    Awesome composition of light and color. Dating back to Mid 19th century, this could be a paint.

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    • Thanks, Anran! It does have the feel of a painting. The window light was mostly blownout so I had to do work with getting that under control.

      I see you are from UofM (nice photos by the way), where did you hear about this post?

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  4. Okay…this post is getting hundreds of hits. You all coming from the University of Michigan? Drop me a comment!

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  5. Moto says:

    Your daughter sent the link out to SI. As info specialists, we’re compelled to look!

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  6. Sara says:

    Agreed with the others! Nice image/composition, great capture. Also from Si via your daughter’s link…

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  7. Laurie says:

    He must be smart…just look at the laptop he chose. :)

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  8. C.A.Margonper says:

    And I think you have a very good taste for taking photos. Awesome picture! :-)

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