Expose Right is an interesting discussion of the proper way to expose (or under-expose) an image in a digital camera. I was pointed to the page from this other interesting discussion of the benefits of shooting RAW instead of JPEG. I knew I should be shooting RAW, but it’s such a hassle. Maybe I just […]
Monthly Archive for January, 2004
You are No(w)here is a series of kaleidoscopic animations. Each animation marks a unique aspect of Dublin that forms part of a familiar journey. This piece originated as a collaborative project – that aimed to investigate the diverse experiences gathered on a routine journey, travelled at the same time everyday – from home to work. […]
#87. If the thought of something makes me giggle for longer than 15 seconds, I am to assume that I am not allowed to do it That plus 212 other very funny things Skippy is No Longer Allowed to Do in the U.S. Army.
No, sir. I don’t get it. I don’t get it at all. And yet the end seemed oddly appropriate. via
Since I get most of my news from the Internet, I never saw Dean’s speech in Iowa. I sure read about it though, and all the talk had me thinking the guy totally melted down. Now that I’ve seen it though, I’m not sure I see what all the fuss was about. It looks like […]
You know, This Video (Quicktime 9 MB) of the Peanuts Gang lip synching the Outcast song “Hey Yeah” is the best thing that has happened to me in the entire month of January. Whether that says more about the video or this crappy month is left as an exercise for the reader.
I think there’s something wrong with my brain. I just went to quit an application, and the print menu came up. I cancelled, and tried to quit again — this time taking the time to make sure I hit the right menu command. The print menu came up again. I started wondering if there was […]
Topleftpixel looks like another must bookmark photoblog. I need to get much better at shooting, and I need to find more sites like this one. If you know of any, please drop me a comment.
Now that is truly disturbing. (Quicktime – Herve Villechaize singing “Why Do People Fight”)
I could have sworn that I’d already blogged the Arcata Eye Police Log. It wasn’t in the category I expected though, and it was easier to go back to the original source than try to find it on my site. Figured I’d put it here since I’m not sure if I’ll remember where to find […]