Flickr Account - Patti's daily pictures
Poetry: My Blue Muse
PhotoBlog: The Other Martin Taylor
Vox Blog - personal blog
Flickr Account - more of Martin's pictures
Friends and Family:
Of course family and friends are
important to Martin & Patti. Those that
have a web presence are listed here:
Taylor - Martin's brother and Über geek has
a site that includes letters from their 'baby' brother,
Richard, from his time
working in Uganda
Richard Taylor - Martin's little brother's blog from his world
- our dear friend, and chef
- Martin's friend and fellow ex-pat, Julian, maintains a site
with some of the largest pictures to be found anywhere on the
Perlman - Jen died on 24th January
2001 after a short fight with cancer.
This is her moving memorial created by her husband, Karl.
book clubber, Liz, and her husband John have a colorful site
Fiss - Naomi takes beautiful photographs. If you need
a photographer in the bay area check out her portfolio.
- world traveler
& Paolo - our friend's homesite - Paolo is
a photo-buddy of Martin
- another of Martin's photo-buddies
Friends reunited - Martin did a horrible job of keeping
in touch with this friends from school (Ripley St. Thomas C
of E School, Lancaster, UK) and college (the now defunct Ripon
college, N.Yorks). He's tried blaming moving to US from the
UK and establishing a career but that was just an excuse. Friends
reunited has let Martin get in touch with a lot of old and missed
friends from the old country.
Brooke - great singer/songwriter and live performer.
The Frames - Our favorite discovery of 2007 - sorry we were
so late to the party.
- Patti & her friend Susan are Luce-nuts
Izzard - funniest man alive and almost totally ignored
by America. Still, this makes getting tickets to his live shows
a lot simpler stateside than it is in the UK
- we went to see Beth Orton in concert and Patti fell in love
with the open act
Nachtwey - subject of the Oscar winning documentary,
Salgado - a photographer who believes he can change
Fry - Frighteningly smart
and witty without being elitist and inaccessible