February, 2009

  1. Sunrise and Moonrise plus Dunstan

    I was up early this morning and ended up shooting both the sun and moon rise. I’d be curious to know how often the sun and moon rise in the same quadrant of the sky. It’s a bit hard to see in this first picture, but the moon is rising in the uppe…

  2. My Life as a Beach Ball

    Sometimes, I feel as though my life is like a beach ball. I’m walking along the beach, between the crashing waves and the rocks, carrying my beach ball. Most of the time, I hold on the beach ball because I’m afraid of loosing it in the water.

    E…

  3. Countdown Timer v2.3.5

    Hot of the press, Countdown Timer 2.3.5 is now available for consumption.

    This is a small update that resolves a few issues, including:

    Updated calculation routine to ensure that dates are accurately when "Months" are not displayed.

    Upd…

  4. The Free Range Method

    After talking with many great people, I think I finally have a plan.

    There are really two parts to this story, however I’m going to tell them in reverse order.

    On Monday, I was feeling quite anxious. I’ve been feeling rather anxious all se…

  5. Update on Rain :: Volume II

    Some updates on the photography book I’m working on:

    Obviously January 31st has come and gone with no book, this means that the release date will be May 8th. I’ve also got an ISBN number for my birthday from my Uncle, so I’ll be joining the Big…

  6. Happy Unix Day

    In many computer system, time is kept track as number of seconds since midnight on January 1, 1970 (also know as epoch). This time format originated with the Unix system, which is why it’s often referred to as Unix time. At this very instant, the …

  7. Endgame

    I finished watching the last of the Star Trek: Voyager episodes last week, which makes me 87% complete. Only 98 episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise and then the new movie and I’ll be done. The last episode of Voyager, Endgame, was decent. I still li…

  8. Campus Benefactors: Simon Guggenheim

    My latest article for The Oredigger is up. It’s been several years since I wrote a bona fide article for The Oredigger.

    My article this week is about Simon Guggenheim, a campus benefactor. One of the oldest buildings on campus is named after h…