Something on a happy note:
One of my favorite applications using the flickr API is Photojojo’s PhotoTimeCapsule. It’s a simple app that just sends me an email twice a month with the most interesting photos I uploaded a year ago. Today I found a picture of a very happy puppy in my Inbox. How could you not see that and smile?
Mike Stimpson has clearly put a great deal of thought into how some of the most famous photographs were shot. So much that he’s recreated them using LEGOs! He even included links to how he setup each shot which is a fun way to learn a little about lighting as well. Just plain fun!
I just wanted to remind all the flickr users that took pictures at FUDCon last week that we started a flickr group durring FUDCon 9. It would be nice to keep that pool going so if you have some pictures you can add to the pool from any FUDCon past or pressent please do. Those of us that couldn’t make it this time 😦 would love to see what everyone was up to.
I went ahead and made a public flickr group for the Fedora User and Developer Conference (FUDCon). I took a few pictures at FUDCon Raleigh 2008 (still going on now) and I’m uploading them now. Anyone who has pictures related to any of the FUDCons (past and present) feel free to post your pictures there.
Thanks to the time I had on the plane traveling recently, I was able to get the pictures from our visit to the ancient Mayan city of Caracol organized. I’ve posted the pictures on flickr in the Honeymoon day five – Caracol set. It is really an amazing place you should check them out!
I had meant to to write a post as soon as we got back from the honeymoon with the title “Change is good” to echo the post I made right before the wedding. Change is good so far but it hasn’t stopped me from being way to busy. At any rate I figured I should just work on getting some pictures up, and I’ll write up about what we did on our honeymoon later. Read more…