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A Winters Day at the Beach with the Fuji X-E1

The wife and I decided to take the mutts for a walk on the beach this past weekend. We expected cold and dreary weather but were pleasantly greeted by partly cloudy skies and quite warm temperatures when the sun was out. All in all a good day to play with the new Fuji X-E1. In […]

January 9, 2013 | Photography | 1 comment

Look in to my eye…

I love medical imaging. Its even better when its of my own body.

January 20, 2011 | Life | Comments Off on Look in to my eye…

jQuery Image Slider: Improved

In a previous post I talked about a quick and dirty jQuery image slider technique that was conceived late at night and on a tight deadline. Now, with the attention of a friend (thanks John!) and a little time to work on it, the image slider has been improved! Ya. View the demo here: /stuff/slider/improved.html#2 […]

February 19, 2009 | Web Design & Development | Comments Off on jQuery Image Slider: Improved

30 Minute, 4 AM, jQuery image slider

Update: This script has been overhauled since this post. View the new code and demo here. As fate would have it the first night of my trip to Provo, Utah turned in to an all night work session to get a few things wrapped up so that we could release them during WordCamp Utah. As […]

September 28, 2008 | Web Design & Development | 1 comment

Safari 3 Beta

So, while the Safari 3 beta is nice in many ways, and showing much promise on Windows, I was disappointed to find out that it still required a trip to the terminal to turn on the Inspector element. So, if you want to check out elements in a page and how they’re styled open up […]

June 12, 2007 | Computers | Comments Off on Safari 3 Beta

Long Live the Image Map!

Oldie but Goodie Why should the image map be ignored? Its understood by every major browser around and is perfectly suited to do what some people insist on doing in flash. This sample shows a simple North American map divided up into regions and the rollovers controlled by some very simple JavaScript code. JavaScript was […]

March 16, 2007 | Code, Web Design & Development | Comments Off on Long Live the Image Map!

Clouds

October 16, 2006 | Photography | Comments Off on Clouds

Comfy?

Dogs can find the strangest positions comfortable. Dozer was in this position for at least 30 minutes. This post is part of the thread: Dogs – an ongoing story on this site. View the thread timeline for more context on this post.

October 6, 2006 | Dogs | 1 comment

Disk Image to the Rescue!

The last time I decided to mess around with the formatting of this laptop I decided to dual boot YDL and OS X. Last night I needed more space to import video from our new (to us) video camera and decided to nuke the Linux partition since I didn’t use it anyway. It wasn’t until […]

September 19, 2006 | Computers | 3 comments

Temporary Puppycam

The PuppyCam is back for a while, if not a bit worse for wear. The camera is having some exposure problems that I can’t quite get fixed because the driver isn’t letting me properly change settings and the auto settings wants to overexpose the scene. While its not the best scenario right now it does […]

June 15, 2006 | Dogs | Comments Off on Temporary Puppycam

Tabular image layouts in print and on the web

For a long time I’ve been lusting over a way to neatly arrange a block of images on paper the way it is so easy to do on screen. Or, at least, they way it has become so easy to do on screen. CSS actually opened the door to me finding a nice way to […]

March 28, 2006 | Web Design & Development | Comments Off on Tabular image layouts in print and on the web

Going to start posting images

I’m going to start posting images here in an attempt to get myself more excited and maybe actually motivated to go out and shoot more. I don’t get out and do it enough and as of late I’ve found myself doubting my abilities as an artistic photographer. So this is also an attempt to boost […]

August 22, 2005 | Photography | 2 comments