Outsourcing

October 09, 2005

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For the past few years, the talk of Outsourcing to foreign companies has been increasing at a steady rate. One reassuring aspect is that if my tech day job ever gets outsourced I can fall back to photography. Without so really crazy sci-fi shit, shooting with any quality means you have to be there.
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Two of may favorite things

October 09, 2005

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Legos and Photography. What more could you ask for.
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Temporary E-mail

October 09, 2005

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If you have ever needed to have a temporary e-mail address for something you didn't want to have to mess with check out mytrashmail.com.
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New Music

October 08, 2005

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A track from "Duo-Putty" just came up on random. I got it from C-Nets music downloads. "Aquasurfactant" has a very chll groove to it. You can get some three free tracks from there here.
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Vanity Marketing

October 08, 2005

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This is the most creative use of a vanity plate I've seen. Points for creativity. x2 deductions for sketchiness.
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October Sky

October 08, 2005

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I love the weather this time of year. Especially nice is the part where the humidity goes away and the sky crisps up. Currently: 82 and Sunny.
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Not ready for the price of gas

October 08, 2005

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It seems that even local RaceTrac wasn't really ready for the current gas prices. Notice how the 3 is really a 1 that has had some extra extenders painted on. image – Tags: tagPhoto


Hi Ted (plus Battlestar)

October 08, 2005

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Hello back to you Ted. Good to hear from you. Or, read from you, or whatever. Chalk another one up for the internet on the reconnecting people board. Boggles the mind, really.
To answer your question, I have been watching the new Battlestar. To put it simply, I don't think I've ever seen a show that's been so well put together. I haven't seen last nights episode yet, but I'll get a chance probably today or tomorrow.
That show really puts in perspective how bad most of the stuff is. Here's to hoping that it's wildly successful and the studios realize that it's largely due to the quality. Of course, they will make 100 different rehashes of it. But maybe, just maybe it'll help push the quality controls to a higher standard.


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