This is my work in progress photo of the MG MS-06J Zaku II “White Ogre” version. It’s hard to see them but did you notice the panel lines? One of my friends on Flickr is a gentleman by the name of Franklin Andrade who also builds Gundam models as well. You can see some of […]
I’m not a huge Greasemonkey script user, but the one’s I do use are all for Flickr. I just found this Flickr Exif Info for Greasemonkey script which places the info I’m looking for on the photo page. Very cool.
Update 6/7/2009: Still broken. Update 6/6/2009: I’ve used Flickr import three times and it looks like Facebook fixed the problem. Facebook has really taken off with the 35+ age group (which I am part of). I have been connecting with people I have not interacted with in 20 years. As a result, I find myself […]
Update: I re-installed Vista 64 cleanly (wiped out everything) and I am using the Nvidia video drivers from Microsoft. Flickr is still misbehaving on FireFox 3 for me. On the upside, adding these lines to Adblock Plus’s whitelist did fix my problems with Facebook: —————— On some of the installations I have, Firefox 3 and […]
Since the Disney trip, I’ve been playing around with the camera more than ever. Marking your photos with geographical location info is cool and I’m thinking of getting a GPS fob/software combination. In my searching I located this discussion on Flickr. It’s a bookmarklet (that is NOT a word) that lets you easily insert map […]
The whole family came back from Disney World Wednesday and here are some of my notes for the pictures I took. From Thursday the 26th to Wednesday the 2nd I took 1,600+ pictures with my Nikon D60. What I have been doing since I got back is going through each vacation day and selecting photos […]
This was one busy weekend. Friday and Saturday was spent going and coming back from Strasburg, PA. Sunday we had a family BBQ with friends over. Today we went to the city and saw the USS Kearsarge. It’s in port as part of fleet week in the city. Lily took our son last year Friday […]
Well that was not too difficult. After doing some shoping we went to Costco and picked up the Nikon D60. We went the next day to Strasburg, PA and I took about 300 pictures of the kids and the trains. Got back today and used Paint.NET to touch up some of them before uploading them […]