kitcar This thing has been under a cover in my neighbor’s yard across the street. Today it finally saw the light of day. Kinda weird looking, if you ask me.
Easter Eggs I just happened to like this intersection of color. These are three Easter eggs that I was getting ready to toss out. This photo was taken with Nikon S1 using the internal flash and with Vivid Color mode enabled.
I was just taking advantage of the cool evening – sitting in the hot tub and looking at stars – when I saw this incredible fireball arc across the sky. It was white-yellow, blending to a red-orange tail as it streaked. It broke into multiple heads, each glowing with a bright white light, then burned … Continue reading Fireball
MPLS, CIO LDS, SDE, SCADS, SASI, SWEET, EDEN, SIF, ESP, TIP, SCASA, DTS, NCS, PBDMI, PACT, HASP, EOCEP, SAS, SCRAPI, SCRA, NCLB, RSS, ZIS, SEA, EOC, EEDA, RFQ, MAP, CSI, DIA, LATA, SLA, iKWL, GRE, BGP, DNS, IP, ENI, ATM, IMA, ISP, SUNS, TLR, CTO, COSN, ETV, SCITDA, SLI Our semi-regular meeting of all … Continue reading Acronym Soup
Yes, but what do the giblets and gravy get?
Yep, you guessed it. Laura is out of town, so I get to try some place unusual. I figured a Tuesday evening downtown wouldn’t be too bad. Boy, was I wrong. The Greenville Drive are playing (is playing?) tonight, so the traffic, especially on South Main, is terrible. With that discovery, I headed back north … Continue reading Addy’s Dutch Cafe
Feedmap has created a little routine that will generate a blogmap – a tiny-badge-sized map that shows your blog’s location. It’s clickable. It’s interactive. You can put this in your metadata column on the front page of your blog so that others know where you are, and you can see how many other local bloggers … Continue reading Even more geotagging blogservations
I finally found a way to display my geotagged blog entries on a map. I had toyed with a couple of solutions – Geo-Mashup is a WordPress Plugin that is used on a "map page" to display all of the geotagged posts. A similar plugin from blogger YongFook does about the same thing. Both of … Continue reading More Geotags
I’ve always heard some older people say that they first check the obituary section to see if their name is there. If it isn’t, they get on with their day. So what am I supposed to do today?? Call in dead? I guess I’ll take the day off. Here’s the link to the Greenville … Continue reading Obituary
As much as I love all things map and GPS related, I don’t know why it took me so long to get hooked up with geotagging. Basically, geotagging is the addition of lat/long data to the metadata associated with images, blog posts – or just about anything else that can be "tagged" with descriptors. Any … Continue reading Geotag This!