Things are more relaxed. Nothing is rushed. Everyone has a good time and things get done when they get done. That’s Island Time.
Even so, I was up at the crack of dawn, literally. Even on Island Time some habits are hard to break. However, I did have a purpose. I wanted to try some time-lapse videography with my little Nikon S50. The only problem was that I didn’t have a good tripod with me. My solution was to drag the floor lamp out onto the balcony and strap my little mini-pod to it with a Velcro strap. It looked weird… Continue reading “Island Time”
There were ample opportunities for someone like me to really get their Geek on while watching the inauguration. First there was the Hive Mind experience of sharing the inauguration in real time with friends (and strangers) separated by thousands of miles on Twitter and Facebook. Then there was the ability to get multiple perspectives from … Continue reading A Geeky New President
One of the things I love about Twitter and Facebook is that you can update one from the other through various third party services. Unfortunately this opens up some potential security problems for these services. I’m sure someone has already thought about this, and I’m sure these services have safeguards in place, but what if… … Continue reading How to Kill Twitter (or Facebook)
As previously noted, most of the day was spent watching inauguration festivities. However, we did get out an do other things. I woke up early to watch the sunrise. As I was standing out on the balcony with my camera I looked out over the other balconies to see others out with their cameras. The … Continue reading Bahamas – Day 3