W00t! I bolted right after work yesterday to the airport and flew to San Fran… …as an invited guest (yup, the whole gang was there) for party celebrating Revision3’s new website! Here’s a Flickr page with a ton of fantastic photos taken by photographer Scott Beale; great photos (including the one above here). The closeup […]
Archives: September, 2006
Hot animation at our nation’s capital. More photos later.
What a crap weekend! I’ve been in bed shivering, sweating and “driving the porcelain bus” for the better part of this weekend. Early Sunday morning it hit me, and i’m glad it’s starting to receed now because i’m supposed to leave for Ottawa tomorrow for the Animation Festival, where I’ll be representing my company and […]
My pro-mac friends, eager to prevent me from getting a Windows machine (remember, friends don’t let friends buy windows) have told me to check out THIS THING to solve my TV taping woes. I’ve also been told that my use of all those CAPS in my last rant were a little upsetting. I’m sorry. I […]
So you CANNOT move media from a Windows Media PC to a Zune. Boo. I can’t get the actual screen pixel size anywhere – is it 16:9 or not? It looks pretty widescreen to me, but what’s the actual size?
WOW! So the latest amazing Apple announcement happened two days ago. Did you see it? Steve Jobs blew us all away with the latest groundbreaking revision of the iPod. Ready? THE SCREEN IS BRIGHTER! Oh, and I can play Tetris on it now. Whoopie. Look, I’m about as big an apple fan as they come. […]
So I bought this new video card from Ebay, and after thirty minutes of using it, the screen looked like this: Apparently my Mac gets so hot that the video card cooked itself into a freaked out, pink, hazy mess. GREAT. The seller on Ebay told me to ship it back so I’m hoping a […]
I’m heading to Ottawa next week for the Ottawa animation festival, and thought I’d check Google Maps to see where my hotel was located in relation to the National Arts Center, which is where the festival takes place. I don’t remember specific street names, but the Arts Center is pretty big – so I was […]