Digital Spring Cleaning (computer)

Some DEEP Spring Cleaning Goin’ On Here…

I’m not talking about cleaning up the house—that’s an ongoing project that stays “up to standards” fairly well. I’m talking about my digital house. For several different reasons, it has become a cluttered mess over the past year—the past 3 months in particular. So what did my digital Spring cleaning entail? I disconnected apps that, […]

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2013 Tesla Model S

Gettin’ Excited!

Chloé is coming home from the hospital on Monday. Yay! I’ve missed the little Leaf! She will be very upset to learn we’re putting her up for adoption! Cruel, I know! I scheduled the delivery for Nick! But can I wait that long?! Here is a walk through of the car…

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Windows XP logo

Just Crazy Hard to Do [Updated]

Once again I feel tormented by technology. I needed to install Windows XP on my old MacBook Pro, late 2008. Yes, I’ve finally stumbled upon an app I need to use that is only available on Windows! God have mercy! I decided that I wasn’t going to spend a dime on this project, hence my […]

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Magic Stones in Balance-4 by Michael Grab

Stunning Doesn’t Adequately Describe…

the amazing work of “gravity glue” artist, Michael Grab. I have always been an enthusiast of the beautiful equilibrium of improbable rock stacks, but Michael’s work takes this mystic artistry to a whole new level! Not only is his ability to balance odd shaped rocks in equilibrium unprecedented, the photography of his work is also stunning! You […]

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Timothy Higgins – Principal Trombone, San Francisco Symphony

Another Random Conversation

Night at the San Francisco Symphony… Mahler‘s 3rd Symphony is about an hour and fifty minutes long with no intermission. Our seats are in the middle of the row. So, I minimized liquids at dinner, went to the bathroom twice before the concert began, and remained standing until the concert master appeared. There were two […]

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Cathedral Rock (HDR)

Well, It’s Finally Here…

The hardest part of creating this short video was deciding what to leave out! Unlike any video project I’ve ever posted, this one actually has some video footage in it: from my iPhone (in horrible wind and weather) and 5Dmk2 (in a shaky helicopter). Even with advanced stabilization in post, the footage is, well, interesting! […]

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