“Agama.” I need to change themes more often.
That is not to say, photography that is really god. It’s photography of stars. It’s great to see what a digital SLR and a tripod can do.
Like the old riddle about the 12 coins, where you have to find the one that’s different.
A group of Tibetan monks from a monastery in India come to town to do a traditional sand painting.
Road trip up to the top of Whiteface Mountain. Spectacular views.
Though I did screw up one thing which I’ll have to fix later — see if you can spot it.
As seen on a local streetcorner. Turns out it’s a surveyor’s marker.
This has been consuming us for weeks.
Last week we exported and imported more than 3000 images from our Gallery2 installation onto or Zenfolio account. Here’s where we pick up the missing metadata.
Unexplored territory here. Not many people that I can tell are trying to use these APIs, but if you’re one of them and trying to escape Gallery2 before it goes under complete, this might help.
The blog is nine years old this week! In honor, the banner photo is one of the first things I put together on my first freelance project. I stitched together four photos taken through the sunroof of my car, of Ravine Lake.
After 148 consecutive days of practicing, a few things are becoming clearer.
How did I manage to go 26 years without the over-the-top spring color of the Reeves-Reed Arboretum?
100 consecutive days.
Move this blog up to the root level of my domain.
Monetize my web site? Absolutely! What’s not to like?
Spending part of the afternoon nuking old/irrelevant/stupid posts from the past. Do you care what I had to write about some web technology issue in 2007? Neither do I.
Oh, and caching: Some kind of caching please. One of our work sites was coming in at an average of 1049.56 ms (over the course of a week). We installed WP Super Cache and new times are coming in between 249 and 315 ms.
Because it’s always a good time to enjoy your second childhood.
Also, fast food, donuts, imaginary cities and Warhol knock-offs.