PicADay: 01.02.2009

January 2, 2009


My Family

My Family

We went to the American History Museum in Washington DC today, and yet despite there being all sorts of interesting histoical things to take pictures of, I snapped this shot of my family as we sat in their cafe resting our feet.  For some reason I smile when I see this photograph.  Everyone’s smiling yet it doesn’t seem posed at all.  This one’s a keeper for sure.


PicADay: 01.01.2009

January 2, 2009




I decided that I should start things off simple.  It’s me 😀  I forgot my glasses, but like this picture none the less.


2009 Project: Picture A Day

January 2, 2009

I decided to make a New Years resolution and take and post a photograph every day.  I’m still having some trouble figuring out exactly where I want to post these photos to though.  I figured that since this place has gotten 629 hits (Thanks Again Joystiq ;P), that it would be a good place to start.  You can also see my pictures at:






November 3, 2008

Don’t mind me, this is just a test.


[Shameless Plug]

May 10, 2008

My friend just started a blog.


Go there.

No really.

Like now.

Stop reading this.

Click on the link.


There it is again.

Now go.


What in the world are you still doing here?


You want another link?



Another friend of mine.


Hope you’re happy.

[/Shameless Plug]


Pop Quiz Version 2.0!

May 7, 2008

Straight from my CompSci Final comes yet another random nonsensical question.


72) Which one of these most like an array of Doubles?

a) vector<int>

b) vector<int,double>

c) map<int,double>

d) map<double,int>

e) None of the Above


iTunes Volume Tip:

April 24, 2008

Is iTunes too quite for you?  I often find that when listening to some especially quite podcasts that my Macbook Pro’s wee little speakers just cannot perform, even with iTunes and the system volume cranked to the max.  If you want to try and squeeze a bit more extra noise out of the system, try this trick.

1) First, right click on the song, video, or podcast that you would like to boost it’s volume and click “Get Info”.

2) Next, selection the “Options” tab.

3) Finally, where you see the “Volume” slider, move it as far up as needed.

iTunes Options Menu

That’s it!  Using this quick simple trick you can easily take some strain off your ears.  This trick also works if you highlight multiple tracks in iTunes.