As most have probably already heard, Comcast has announced offical bandwidth limits for residential accounts. 250GB per month - go over it chronically and the big bad bandwidth police are going to shut your connection down! Yet they won't provide access to bandwidth reports so you know if you should cut back for a while … Continue reading 250 GB
My next non-computer project is to design and build a toybox for David. I've put off actually thinking about the plans because I didn't feel like finding graph paper and a pencil, and I hadn't really looked for software to assist in the design. But this afternoon was going a little slow and I ran … Continue reading Google SketchUp
We went to see the WWII B-17 that's in town this weekend. I got lots of photos, and took them all in RAW for the first time. We've gotta run now, but here's a sample. I'll elaborate on some of the differences I've noticed with RAW versus JPEG in a future post. Update: … Continue reading B-17 in Town
Make it stop! We don't see or feel any incoming teeth, but his screams are evidence enough that they're on their way.
Last week I purchased Adobe Lightroom 2, the new version of the software I use to manage and edit my photos. Ever since trying out version 1.0 of the product, I have been thrilled. It's easy to use, lets me get great results from my photos, and helps manage the ever-growing stack of images (20,000+ … Continue reading Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2
David thought he could lick his way through the newly installed gate. Didn't work so well.
Now that David is quite proficient in crawling all over the place we decided it was time to put up one of the baby shower gifts - the Supergate V. What makes the Supergate V so unique is its extra wide spanning capabilities, up to 5 feet. Too bad we have a 6' doorway! Upon … Continue reading Eric vs. The Supergate V