I guess that you can’t have too many saws

Siesta time When I moved here, two years ago, I didn’t have any saws. Nope. Nary a one. Then, I...

Back to the office

Back to Cubicleville. Actually, this layout looks more like a honeycomb hideout. If the spaces were aligned, we’d have hexagons...

Low-speed Internet for $13/day

See that guy there, reclining, watching the world go by? That’s about the speed of the Internet connection at the...

Quiet(er) places

ÔÇťOutside, there was that predawn kind of clarity, where the momentum of living has not quite captured the day. The...

A pause for the cause. Today, after work, I finally went to downtown Charleston to Battery Park, or The Battery as the locals call it. It is a historic area filled with lots of history. Most of the historic houses…

Comfy Zone Blogs are a wonderful feedback tool. The other day I was discussing my downward trending in equipment and made mention that I generally photograph in the middle range. Well, you have to be careful what you say as…

Wet Paint! I cannot believe that I got this posted before Earl. He must be sleeping! I just downloaded and installed the new version of Lightroom for Mac. Here are the fixes, according to Adobe: In the Windows 64-bit version…

By day, I wear my software development hat. There is a word that we use in software called ‘refactoring’. Basically, when you refactor code, you change the content of the code without changing its output or functionality. You make it…

Well, they say that March comes in like a lion and leaves like a lamb. Perhaps they, where ‘they’ are, were right. In Charlotte it rained, almost nonstop, the entire weekend. The forecast called for there to be between 3…