I have the NASA TV internet feed up, just about 23 minutes until launch. Here's to hoping the shuttle gets off to a successful flight.
Retired the Myth TV box tonight, and it is the new webserver. Its processor is a couple generations newer than the old one, so things should be a lot snappier.
This is gonna be a long one...sorry. Paul Tarr's wedding was this weekend in Columbia, IL so Ana and I decided to take the opportunity and spend the weekend in St. Louis. Before heading down there on Friday after work, we made a stop at the Annual Chatham Sweet Corn Festival to listen to the … Continue reading What a Weekend
When I want to print some of my astronomy photos, I usually take them to Meijer's Photo Lab on a memory card and use their photo kiosks to submit them for printing. On Saturday I went online and discovered they now have a Windows client application that allows photos to be submitted from home. I … Continue reading Photos
On Saturday night, Ana and I went camping with Jay and Katherine. The weather was perfect - the temperature probably dipped in the low 60s, give or take, with very low humidity. I dragged the telescope along with us and Jay and I were out under the stars until close to 4am while the girls … Continue reading Camping
If you enjoy classical music and haven't listened to any Yo-Yo Ma, you are definitely missing out. Over the course of the past 3 weeks I've purchased 4 of his CDs and have enjoyed each and every one of them.
Ana and I are tossing the idea around of hiring someone to build us a floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall bookcase in our living room. I really don't have the slightest idea on how much a project like that will cost, but it would be a welcome addition to our house. I hate having 4-5 bookcases throughout the … Continue reading Bookcases