Archive for date: February 3, 2005

Pyramids, In Stereo

February 3, 2005 | My Projects, Photos | By: Mark VandeWettering

I must admit to a certain fascination with ancient Egypt, so it was kind of cool to note that the Library of Congress has a number of nice photographs in their collection for download, including stereo pictures like this one. A dab of the Gimp, and you can repair some of the minor tears and […]

Greetings World Travelers!

February 3, 2005 | Blogging, Web Programming | By: Mark VandeWettering

As I mentioned in a previous post, I’ve begun to use to help figure out various statistics about people who visit my blog. It’s somewhat fascinating to realize that less than half of my visitors come from the United States. Look at the pie chart on the right which shows the nationality of the […]

InformationWeek on The Weblog Question > January 31, 2005

February 3, 2005 | Blogging, Intellectual Property | By: Mark VandeWettering

Information Week is running an article on weblogging and the workplace. It seems mostly common sense to me. For instance: Forrester Research advises companies to provide guidelines not only for company-sanctioned Weblogs, but also for employees who do them on their own time. The IT research firm even recommends that managers occasionally view the personal […]

Sushi Prepared on a Printer

February 3, 2005 | Cooking and Recipes | By: Mark VandeWettering

I’m about as much of a technology geek as you can imagine, but when I read the Slashdot headline Sushi Prepared on a Printer I must admit, my inner geek packed it’s bags and ran away, leaving the inner gourmand to merely shake his head. You see, I have a philosophy about food. Take good […]