Take care of yourself, and the rest will come. I contemplated an alternative title, but I figure the current title was better than “On efficiency…”
Monthly Archive for January, 2008
Even though I get about 1,000 unique visitors a month, some days I wonder if this website is really connected to the internet. Then I see that the anti-spam plug-in has blocked 20,000 some spam comments…
Kevin finally got his computer parts a month after ordering them, and since he was piecing his computer together, I figure I’d take advantage of having a roommate as a 24/7 model.
I had to delay the release of these pics so Ryan’s girlfriend could do whatever she needed to with them, so with Ryan officially out of the country, I can finally publicly release these. 45 pics in all in the whole set. Enjoy! I worked 24 hours in the last two days, so I really [...]
One of my co-workers yesterday, Henry, messaged me regarding the post about not being able to print 11×14′s, and suggested resampling. Resampling can be crudely explained by taking one pixel and increasing the space it takes (example: 1 pixel will become 4). A real world example is taking a picture from a cameraphone, which, when [...]
I’ve been assembling my 2007 Linisus Annual (a personal yearbook), and while planning it out with Blurb’s Bookmaker, I’ve come to a rather depressing realization: I can’t print the bigger photobook that I wanted to this year. Now, its not impossible, in any sense, to make the 13×11 photo book (fyi reference: a sheet of [...]
As a former TA for Mgtsc 471 (Decision Support Systems), I can tell you that doing coding under Visual Basic of Applications (VBA) was probably one of the most practical tools I learned and taught during my University career. VBA is one of the few reasons why the Microsoft Office suite is so powerful and [...]
The Authoritative Ryan Guide is now officially released! You can pick up your digital copy of Ryan’s gift here!
ryan: thanks for the book. it is really nice bring back alot of memory … Not because of the gadgets, the money, the fame, and definitely not the fortune. This is why I do photography.