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Monthly Archive for March, 2007

I Feel the Need for Speed

I’m not really a “car” kind of guy. I don’t watch racing, and I was never very interested in working on or even looking at engines. I couldn’t care less what I drive so long as it reliably and economically gets me where I’m going. In almost every way, I feel that smaller is better […]

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Scientific American: Ask the Experts: Astronomy: Why is a minute divided into 60 seconds, an hour into 60 minutes, yet there are only 24 hours in a day?

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Lynda Carter on The Muppet Show

I don’t know how long This Video of Lynda Carter on The Muppet Show will be left up, but it’s great. Check it out while you can.

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MacApper has a good breakdown of some of the free software you can use to establish a remote connection to a home Mac from another Mac.

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Art Walk in Chinatown

There’s an art walk going in at some of the Chinatown galleries this Saturday. I might need to go check that out.

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The Span of Human History is VERY short

Sixty Men from Ur provides a facinating way of thinking about how short human history really is: Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., one the United States’ great historians, is less than two lifetimes removed from a world where the United States did not exist. Through Mr. Schlesinger, you’re no more than three away yourself. That’s how […]

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On Saturday, I drove up to the Hollywood Animals Exotic Animal Training School to check out one of their wild animal seminars. There seemed to be quite a lot of waiting around while they shuffled in one animal or another, but it was still pretty interesting. And, since you could get right up on top […]

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In the introduction to this series of pictures of people sleeping, the writer (photographer?) mentions that people are unposed and unguarded when they are photographed while sleeping. That may be, but for some reason, these images still seem highly posed to me. I still like the series and find it interesting, but it just doesn’t […]

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Joshua Tree

Tonight was the full moon, and I headed up to Joshua Tree with the intent of photographing it. Things started out a little bad. Then, they got kind of nice, but boy did they ever end on a massive downer that involved a broken car window and no good pictures of the moon at all. […]

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Point Dume Beach Malibu

I decided that I wanted to make a picture of the full moon (which actually rises tomorrow). However, I wanted to practice on the nearly full moon tonight, so I headed up to Point Dume Beach in Malibu. That’s a really cool beach with all kinds of tidal pools and the interesting rock formations that […]

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