A Story And A Picture

Do you like photography? How about short stories? What about awesome amounts of creativity? Then you should probably check out A Story And A Picture – a new collaboration with Christopher Hermelin. I take the pictures and he writes a 1000 words a few days later. It’s a good system that makes for great results.

Google Apps Upgrade

Are you using Google Apps? Ready to upgrade to a single-sign-on for your various Google services, but the options hasn’t become¬†available¬†yet? It’s probably not shown up because you made an account for your Apps email outside of Apps. Yeah – it’s really confusing. Hopefully merging them will help. So here’s how! If you don’t see…

The Bonneville Salt Flats

Driving to San Francisco from Utah on I-80, you’ll pass through the Bonnevile Salt Flats shortly before crossing the Nevada state line. There’s a rest stop smack in the middle of them, and it’s definitely worth stopping for. Pull over, stretch your legs, grab your camera and take some pictures. At least that’s what we…

March by the Numbers

Photos Taken 962 Photos Uploaded to Flickr 37 Albums Downloaded 41 Tracks Listened to 895 Foursquare Checkins 164 Checkins at New Places 41% Venues Visited 101 Delicious Bookmarks 39 rss articles read 920 articles shared 49 Total Emails Sent/Received 1853 Tweets: 28 Incoming Traffic 97.6 GB Outgoing Traffic 16.4 GB Total Bandwidth 114 GB Sneezes…

Two Week Challenge

My housemate Christopher and I are challenging each other every two weeks to keep things exciting this year. My first two week challenge of 2010. The challenge: make a lip-sync video to Franz Ferdinand’s “Take Me Out” starring at least 10 people I didn’t know personally. I started out in Dolores Park, and rocked out…

100 Photos in 100 Days

From July – November 2009, I “made” something every day. Usually a photo, sometimes a video, but something got uploaded to Flickr daily. Here’s the full slideshow. View images individually here. Stay tuned for MSCED 2010.

A 60 Year Long Pool Party

My father recently found quite a few slides from 1948 and had them digitized for various reasons. One of those reasons probably wasn’t so that I could mess around with them with Photoshop, but I did anyway. Above is my version of my grandfather’s dive into a wonderfully blue pool. A bit different than the…