“So what am I looking at?” Little turnable AM/FM radio, WiFi, Cable modem, a book, a Netgear MiFi thing (that they don’t even make anymore), AppleTV, Raspberry Pi (B+) running Emulation Station, and a TCP Lighting Hub. Inside of and old drum I wasn’t using. I put one bulb behind it all so it would look cool, and … More Was thinking outside of the box and put it all in an old drum.
Not quite sure when Instagram links started popping up in my Twitter feed. Several years ago maybe? Well of course I set up a profile and starting grammin’ at tech conferences, because that’s somewhat related to my job. Not the artsy photos, the tech conferences specifically. I also Vined some stuff too. It was obvious … More How to use Instagram: Don’t.
The details aren’t important, but this is what I did all fucking day today. A decision needed to be made and we had to update the logo on EVERYTHING. Title blocks, invoices, proposals, website, social media, the works. Once we settled on the tag line, we got our marching orders. I can handle the AutoCAD, … More Quick, redesign a logo in one day: Illustrator vs. AutoCAD
Just before Christmas, I started noticing all the cool things that people were doing with Raspberry Pi, that low cost mini computer that runs Linux based OS’s and such. Another colleague of mine got one, so I decided to mess around with one as well. I know nothing about Linux, but I wanted to make … More I like pie. Specifically, raspberry
“The Droste effect — known as mise en abyme in art — is the effect of a picture appearing within itself, in a place where a similar picture would realistically be expected to appear. The appearance is recursive: the smaller version contains an even smaller version of the picture, and so on. Only in theory … More [Update] The Droste Effect.
Kudos to Bluetooth speakers, like the little JamBoxes and such. I honestly can’t afford one. I would love to snag some Bluetooth earbuds as well, and still most of these require a wire between left/right earbud. There was an episode of the ‘The Office’ where Halpert found the “Worlds Tiniest Bluetooth Earpiece” on an obscure … More Patiently waiting for the impending death of the wired desktop speaker
My lord it’s been ages since we spoke. I hope this writing finds you well. I was genuinely surprised when I decided to start blogging again and found that this shitty attempt was still around. I really like WordPress now. I started this blog four years ago because I was bored at work and becoming complacent. … More Whoa there, Pickle.