Wed, 5 Aug 2015 / Watercolour done on Bockingford 300gsm / . / “You can never conquer the mountain. You can only conquer yourself.”* / - James Whittaker / . / This 30 000-hectare mountain preserve is almost entirely the property of agricultural, mining or industrial landowners. But legislation ensures that no more quarries, factories or unacceptable developments can take place that would threaten the integrity of the natural area. There is a fragile and secret w...
September 13, 1980 - this photo was taken in the first week after Lady Diana returned to London after being discovered watching Prince Charles fishing at Balmoral. James Whittaker and his photographer were the only people who knew Diana's address that first week, so they had her to themselves. They took a couple of photos inside the main door of Coleherne court after Introducing themselves.
6 sep 1980 the only photos taken the first time Diana was spotted with Prince Charles on the River dee were from behind, and she was unidentified until James Whittaker quizzed Balmoral staff about who was a guest there that weekend.
January 8, 1981: Lady Diana Spencer leaving the home of Nick Gasalee after breakfast, having watched Prince Charles early morning ride. Spotted by James Whittaker, Tim Graham and Steve Wood. It was a sign the romance was not cooling.
Every hour of every day in every country where business is conducted, the same scene plays out: dozens of well-paid people sit in a conference room being bored senseless. Death by a thousand slides. This mind-numbing, soul-crushing, grotesquely expensive experience ends here. James Whittaker reveals the secrets to conceiving, building and delivering a great presentation.
Ex-Google employee says Google+ has ruined the company. It's too early to write Google+ off, but the site is developing a reputation as a ghost town. Google says 90 million people have signed up, but analysts show that fairly few have turned into heavy users. "Google was the rich kid who, after having discovered he wasn't invited to the party, built his own party in retaliation," Whittaker wrote. "The fact that no one came to Google's party became the elephant in the room."