It has been a while since I last mentioned the network that Jay and I have between our houses, so I thought I'd give everyone a little update as well as a quick endorsement of a great piece of software. First, the network has been up and running pretty much flawlessly for nearly 2 years … Continue reading Wireless Network
According to this article, the new movie Cloverfield is considered a low-budget film. At more than $30 Million. Wow.
Earlier this week I received a free copy of Microsoft's Visual Studio 2008 by being an Action Pack subscriber and completing a short little web tutorial and quiz. I installed it last night and decided to get the Chef code/projects converted so I could start using it. The usual project conversion wizard popped up as … Continue reading Visual Studio 2008
The grimace as a bath begins.
Here's this weekend's project, the white thing above the window... more photos available. I also put Ana's shelves up, but we decided to put them in the office to match the new window feature.
Today David is a whopping 1 Month Old! Since we want photos of each month of the first year, I setup the "studio" in our family room and Ana got him all decked out after a bath. The rest are online, check them out. This was the first use of my new light set (Victor … Continue reading 1 Month Photos
This weekend I used my new saw for something a bit more delicate than the workbench. Decorative shelves for Ana's sewing room! So they wouldn't look too crappy, I also had to buy a router this weekend (the non-electronic kind, who would have thought...). I've never used one before but it turned out quite fine. … Continue reading First Project