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Jeffrey Donenfeld
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Attended University of Colorado at Boulder
Lives in New York, NY
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Looking forward to shooting with the Ice Cold Gold team - fingers crossed! Here's my casting interview..
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I love maps, and especially this one. According to MoveHub.com, these are the top 50 countries by yearly visitors. Based on this, how about we take a trip to Mali, Nigeria, or East Timor? I was THIS close to going to East Timor last year while hanging out…
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Not a real exciting post, but tomorrow we’re waking up at 7am and hopping on a train to Venice, Italy. Hopefully it won’t be too submerged. Also, last night I slept over at Nathlie’s place…(a friend from high school) she’s studying and painting for a…
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Learning to MIG weld. 
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Powder in Beaver Creek... Happy new year!!
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A Land of Rock, Salt, Ice and Wolves

Next Saturday I head north to the Canadian High Arctic to continue our studies of perennial springs in regions of thick permafrost. It is unusual to have liquid water flowing  at the surface in a region where mean annual temperatures are -16°C and permafrost depths reach 600 m or more. But Axel Heiberg Island is such a place and soon we will be camped near the outflow of a the spring that cascades down through a small valley just below Stolz Diapir, one of many salt domes that are found on Axel Heiberg. The spring water exits the salt dome at a temperature of 0.5°C and forms large barrage pools of water and salt. These pools can be very, very cold,  especially in the winter and early spring, nearing the eutectic point (~ -22°C for NaCl solutions) as one moves downslope and into the valley. Eventually the spring flow will form a large icing feature in the valley as it slowly creeps towards the fiord. Once air temperatures are close to -10°C, the icing and its salts are re-mobilized and the water begins to flow again. Today in the Eureka, on nearby Ellesemere Island, the air temperature is -37° C with a low temperature hitting -40°C. These low temperatures can make camping in a remote region a bit challenging, but its worth the effort and it is important that we study and collect samples at these unusual springs not just during "warm" summer months, but during the colder months as well. Its actually a wonderful time to be in the High Arctic, and if we are lucky we will have a few visits by wolves, musk ox, Perry Caribou and perhaps even a few ravens. If you would like to visit this site, you can "fly" there by Google Earth. Jut put into the search box the following coordinates. Thanks to the Polar Geospatial Center and Google Earth, the resolution of the imagery is quite nice. Stolz Diapir Springs:   79.087475°, -87.025729°


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A worthy read from Gizmodo’s Mario Aguilar, detailing the complex, and quick process the Associated Press and Getty go through to capture and distribute incredible photographs of the Olympics in record time. I’d love to shoot the Olympics… someday. It’s…
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My new website obsession is InMyBag.net, where photographers show off what’s in their photo kit bags. Endless entertainment.  I especially love seeing Aaron Bates’ Adventure Travel Photography Bag.  InMyBag.net.
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This morning I got a brief mention in the Washington Post on how to survive in cold temperatures.  They only published a few from my list – here’s the full list: Tips on how to survive the cold weather, from … Continue reading →
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Based on geolocation data from Panorimio, here’s an excellent map of the most photographed places on earth, but together by Bluemoon.ee. While I’m sure a good portion of this map data corrolates with “population density of those who can afford … Continue…
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I’m an adventure travel consultant, interactive technology strategist, and expedition photographer.
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  • Fueled
    Director of Marketing, 2012 - 2012
  • Morpheus Media
    Experienced interactive media and technology consultant, mobile development strategist and marketing professional, 2006 - 2011
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  • Giant Step
  • Takeout Marketing
  • Radio1190
  • Telluride Academy
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Boulder, Colorado - Granada, Spain - Cincinnati, Ohio
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Jeffrey Donenfeld is an experienced interactive media and technology strategist, freelance photographer, and avid adventurer. He lives and work in New York City, and travels the world as much as possible.

Experience the adventure of a lifetime, and capture it all. 

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Certified Wilderness Emergency Medical Technician, PADI Certified Rescue Diver, ASA 101, 103, 104 certified sailor, AIARE Level 1 Avalanche Rescue Certified, OSHA HAZWOPR Certified, FEMA ICS-100 Certified
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  • University of Colorado at Boulder
    2004
  • New York University
  • Cincinnati State Technical College
  • National Outdoor Leadership School
  • American Alpine Institute
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September Social @ Marco’s Coal-Fired Pizzeria | Denver Young Professionals
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Join DYP this month as we welcome the autumn breeze on the patio at Marco's Pizzeria. Just like Marco's, DYP is assembling the Top of the To

Daft Punk: Random Access Memories
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Daft Punk's new album Random Access Memories finds them leaving behind the highly influential, riff-heavy EDM they originated to luxuriate i

The evolution of the web
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Interactive infographic about the evolution of browsers and the web. This infographic features major web browsers since 1993 such as Mosaic,

17 Best Tools and Apps for Building New Habits and Goals
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These online tools will help you stick to the new habits and goals you made over New Year's.

Tough Mudder - Probably the Toughest Event on the Planet
toughmudder.com

Tough Mudder is not your average lame-ass mud run or spirit-crushing ‘endurance’ road race. It’s Ironman meets Burning Man, and it is coming

THE INTERCLICK MIX | DJ PHRESH
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Audio and images posted on this site have been provided by artist, producers, labels and/or record pools for promotional use only. We make n

Google Merges Analytics, Webmaster Tools Data, Adds SEO Reports
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Google Webmaster Tools reports are now included as part of Google Analytics. You may recall four months ago, Google Analytics launched a pil

This Image Shows How Camera Lenses Beautify or Uglify Your Pretty Face
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Ever wonder why you may look prettier in some photos and uglier in others, even with the same smile and the same lighting? It's all about th

xkcd: Weekend
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XKCD updates every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. You can get prints, posters, and t-shirts in the store. Weekend. |< · < Prev · Random; Nex

Email Reminders and Tasks
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FollowUp.cc is the easiest way to attach a reminder to an email so you never lose track of the conversation. It also gives you one-click Sno

This Is the New South Pole
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There's a new Geographic South Pole Marker, a pretty shiny metal pole that marks the actual geographic pole. Since the ice sheet that covers

Weather Forecast McMurdo, Antarctica | McMurdo Weather | Wunderground
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Weather Underground provides local & long range Weather Forecast, weather reports, maps & tropical weather conditions for locations worldwid

YouTube - ‪Longboarding-LongTreks Morocco Trailer‬‏
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From 0 to 70kmph on their skateboards and now 0 to 2000kms Long Treks on Skate Decks is BACK! Adam Colton, Paul Kent, and Aaron Enevoldsen t

The New Twitter Bird Logo Explainer Is A Nod to the Pepsi Logo PDF | Jef...
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Our new bird grows out of love for ornithology, design within creative constraints, and simple geometry. This bird is crafted purely from th

How Yahoo Killed Flickr and Lost the Internet
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Web startups are made out of two things: people and code. The people make the code, and the code makes the people rich. Code is like a poem;

Plastic Utensils That Are 100% Biodegradable @PSFK
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A clever multi-use utensil helps users avoid creating waste and helps them give to charity.

Crashplan Online Backup LOST MY ENTIRE BACKUP ARCHIVE | Jeffrey Donenfeld
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After almost an entire week of not being able to backup to Crashplan because of archive maintenance on their part, I was informed today that

Higgs Boson - Sixty Symbols
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Our slightly belated video about the Higgs Boson. A (very much) extended version of these interviews has been posted at our nottinghamscienc

Biking the 110 Mile Gran Fondo NY | Jeffrey Donenfeld
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Gran Fondo New York starts with a bang on the world's most travelled bridge, George Washington Bridge, exclusively closed for you. Enjoy

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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Great central backpacker hub. Common area is busy and social, and the rooms are decent and well priced. Would love to stay here again.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
I had a great experience getting two suits and two shirts made at His & Her Tailors House. I saw a few good reviews online, but wanted to check out a bunch of tailors in Chiang Mai first. After walking around for a day and interviewing about 5 different tailors, I finally settled on His & Hers. When I walked in, they were friendly and knowledgeable, but not pushy at all. Very relaxed. I came in with a good idea of two very specific styles of suits I wanted. During the consultation and tailoring profess, Leo was great - he's obviously an expert tailor, and is extremely knowlagable. He offered me solid advice and guidance, while not being pushy at all - he worked with me to understand what I wanted, and then offered me good advice and suggestions to get there. Leo was also meticulous and diligent with getting measurements, and making fit adjustments - everything was carefully considered. Overall, I had a great experience, and would certainly recommend them. Their location is great, and they offer a genuine, personal experience.
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reviewed 3 years ago
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Very touristy, but still a fun experience.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Super tasty and convenient. Love it!
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