Astronomers have discovered two of the smallest moons yet found around Uranus. The new moons, uncovered by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope, are about 8 to 10 miles across (12 to 16 km) — about the size of San Francisco.
December 26, 2005
December 24, 2005
However you want to say it… Comments Off
Wishing you and yours a Kickin Kwanza, Transcendent Solstice, Merry Christmas, a Happy Holiday, the Season’s Best and a Snap-Happy New Year from Rhonda and Kris @ Static Photography
December 23, 2005
Drupal Developer/Business Meetup Comments Off
The meeting is being convened to support communication amongst developers and the small businesses being built on the drupal platform. I am really open to your ideas about what to cover. Please contribute thoughts to the agenda
OCD Tech Dreams Comments Off
Lately, particularly when sleeping in close proximity to one who possesses a lot of google juice, I find my sleep disturbed by less-than-restful and slightly obsessive dreams about technology, social software, and other such geeky things. The kind of drea
Canon EF 50mm â€“ F1.4 vs F1.8 MK II Comments Off
Is there any difference between these 2 lenses other than the price and f-stop? This is a common question that pops up frequently on forums everywhere. While the general consensus is that these 2 lenses are almost identically sharp, there are other factor
Identity Questions Comments Off
The whole world of “Identity” on the internet is kind of new and still a bit blurry to me. But it’s one that I’m increasingly interested in, because my own forays into the online world leave me wondering whether I’m being smart, strategic, and cautious en
If you’ve been following my blog you’ll have noticed a lot of posts lately about the rights of photographers, copyrights and online rights.
December 22, 2005
what happens when web2.0 is down? Comments Off
whether you care for the buzzwords or not, sites on the internet these days are *doing* a lot more than ever before. consequently they are much more complicated not only to build, but to maintain and just plain keep online.
December 20, 2005
Drupal Girls Kick Ass! Comments Off
Intention Retreat enters its 7th cycle Comments Off
Intention is an annual family gathering that stems from a community of artists and dancers in the Lower Mainland. We hold workshops, discussions, film screenings, performances and celebrate the New Year with intentions shared. Shared meals and collaborati
The Are You A Hippy Test Comments Off
Drupal Girls Kick Ass! Comments Off
Gettin’ Things Done! Comments Off
I did it! I finally completed one of the goals on my 43 Things list by exhibiting my photography. Keep in mind I don’t use that list in quite the hardcore way that I know some people do. My list is more a compilation of things I’d like to do rather than a
December 16, 2005
2005 was 93% worth living. Comments Off
If news is not in English, did it happen? Comments Off
English was already the lingua franca of science, business and academia. Now English appears to be fast emerging as the media language of choice. Al Jazeera is preparing to debut a 24-hour news channel in English. A TV station in Russia also started Engli
Photography Books for your Coffee Table Comments Off
What better christmas gift to get someone than a book of great photography! So if you’re looking for some last minute gifts for people, here are some of my faves as well as some of the best books of the year as suggested by American Photo Mag.
December 15, 2005
Quickie Folksonomy Screencast Comments Off
I bashed out this screencast on the basics of folksonomies (requires QuickTime, 19MB). It does not pretend to be a comprehensive or deep account of folksonomies and tagging — it just focuses on a few of the common applications and demos one way these pri
This got me to thinking about what my online rights are and I realized, unfortunately, that I have no idea. Are random sites allowed to link to my photos? What if the way that they are using my pics has the potential to be detrimental to the image of the
December 13, 2005
Colette Fisheye by Lomo Comments Off
Viennese purveyors of photo-artistry, Lomo, have teamed up with Parisian concept shop pioneers, Colette, to make a black version of Lomo’s Fisheye camera. The convex lens means a 170-degree field of view that creates distorted pictures using standard 35mm
A large gap exists between the public’s perception of video games and what the research actually shows. A PBS article by MIT prof Henry Jenkins.