There must be better ways to spend one's time than sipping a martini at the Cincinnati Netherlands Plaza Hilton. But I can't think of any at the moment.
Wednesday, July 30, 2008
After a short tranverse on bike-unfriendly Iron Works Pike, w're here at the Kentucky Horse Park! 2010 World Equestrian Games fans take heed: You can bike from (or to!) Lexington. Here's the details of my route.
Giving a 1st try to my scheme to bike to work at the kentucky horse park, halfway to georgetown. Part 1: the #2 lextran bus to coldstream farm (sparing me the danger of newtown pike).
Friday, July 18, 2008
Saturday, July 12, 2008
A night out in grand rapids MI in the midst of the 2008 Stereo Photogrqphy Convention. Pictured: my grandfather's TDC Colorist 3D camera and (the remains of) a pint of Anderson Valley Summer Solstice microbrew. Delight.
Thursday, July 10, 2008
Steve hughes discusses the amazing hackware Stereo Data Maker, which turns 2 canon point-and-shoots into a digital stereo camera... For a total cost of about $400 (plus some low grade electrical engineering). Way cool.Steve hughes discusses the amazing hackware Stereo Data Maker, which turns 2 canon point-and-shoots into a digital stereo camera... For a total cost of about $400 (plus some low grade electrical engineering). Way cool.
Wednesday, July 09, 2008
Tuesday, July 08, 2008
In the flurry of stuff that seems to always be going on, I nearly forgot to post anything about this documentary that I served as an Associate Producer for. It's a look at the early days of WRFL-FM-88.1, which I helped to start. 20 years later, I worked as the Lexington producer for this bit which owes its existence to producers Kakie Urch and editor-producer Ayser Salman. This is part 1 and here's part 2.