The first and only account I ever had with LinkedIn since their first days on the web is finally purged. Continue reading “Goodbye, LinkedIn!”
Legs crossed, a light stays on at the entrance opposite me, Continue reading “Armchair”
I’ve been sitting on the sidelines as a designer and watching as Apple created its first iPhone, then its next, and its next. Technically, it has changed but in design, hardly. If I were visually impaired, I would see the iPhone as not having changed much over time. Sure, it has gone from square to round edges and a better camera, but where has it not? Continue reading “The iPhone redesign that saved Apple’s falling stock”
I felt like writing something today as I went to check the mail. I hadn’t written visually in a while and this came to mind after a hot shower. It’s not much but I was able to pull this emotional feeling from a friend’s passing last year. Continue reading “Sadness”
To set the record straight, Google Images is not the same as Google Photos. Google Images is part of Google Search (http://images.google.com). Google Photos is a service of Google similar to Gmail, Google Calendar, or Google Drive. Continue reading “How to use Google Photos as an online photo storage solution”
The iPad, I’ve used it and I’ve never owned one. Now the iPad Pro is here and I still don’t see a need for it. I’m not against having a tablet computer, I just don’t have an interest in an Apple tablet. Here are a few reasons why I would never get one, but first alittle about me. Continue reading “Three reasons for not owning an iPad”
It’s on my mind again, “What if I could develop Android apps?” A dream of a man who is lost in the question of what should he do with his life. Continue reading “Dreams Cycled”
It felt like the right time to go out to the shop. I vacuumed all the cobwebs around the outside of the door, inside on the walls and ceilings. I sucked some of the dirt and shavings. I used a brush attachment and cleaned off the lathe. With the shop broom, I cleaned off the sidewalk.
I take RAW pictures then offload them to my computer with the Play Memories software. Folders by date (YYYY-MM-DD) get created in my Pictures folder. I’ll close that program. Continue reading “Workflow”
As they may say. It’s been a year and I have people asking me if I’m still doing it. To which I’ve said, “No, not for the last year gone by.” Photography has been a new growing interest but it’s not replacing woodturning at all. Here’s all my photography in one place: http://flickr.com/dbrinneman – I post at least two new photos per week. I’m also on Google Plus and Facebook. Some of my photos are available for sale as a download and you’ll see the links per image.
The question of returning to woodturning is “when?” and “sooner than later” is my response.