2014.

Photos. Series. Miscellaneous.

It was the year about people, learning and communicating. No matter who, or where they are in the world.
There were thirty‑five entries.

In One Photo.
Since 2009 I have chosen my best photo of the year. It is time to unveil my choice for 2014.

Lollicrop.
With a little bit of hands‑on with Lollipop’s new RAW photo capabilities, it’s time to make a comparison again.

Completion.
When 2016 rolls around I will have taken part in about fourteen space missions.

Passage.
My thoughts on Kindle Voyage, the last Kindle I will buy.

Letter.
It is only fitting that, when I finally became a reader, it was through an electronic device that had never heard of the word colour.

Gallery.
One of the benefits of my design language is that I can more easily execute new ideas on the site.

Education.
The Apple identity is not the same, as its digital compass is now pointing in a different direction.

Two.
Some of my thoughts and most interesting items from this year’s Photokina.

Disc‑O.
It was last year that Kickstarter’s community had once again surprised me. I now have two Iconic Discs in my possession.

Tweaks.
Some of the latest changes to my photo gallery have been applied to make things work better than ever.

LPlay.
RAW files store more imaging data than you can see on your screen when you view them, because photographic sensors pick up a bigger range than our screens can currently display.

Language.
I have done some final optimisations that means everything now works better and faster.

Escape.
I made lots of technical changes to my gallery too.

Cartune.
The self‑driving car of the future could help me relax, and save the economy too.

Local.
I made lots of technical changes to my journal.

Icier.
My unofficial Amazon Glacier retrieval fees calculator is making progress.

Betting.
I first got interested in Kickstarter two years ago. Now I have stories to tell.

Luminary.
I’m currently working on moving my photography into a portfolio site of sorts.

HDEV.
NASA and ESA are trialling high definition cameras to stream live pictures of Earth.

Glacier.
Thousands of my photos need to be backed up in a safe manner.

Red.
There was both a lunar eclipse and a solar eclipse this month. My photos of the prelude.

Junglebook.
Social networking has been a great disadvantage for me on both a personal and a public level.

Photos.

Bray Air Display.
My best pictures from the Bray Air Display on my third visit. This time over 88.000 people showed up.

IFSS World Cup.
The IFSS world cup was held in Lough Key Forest Park. However, on this occasion it wasn’t snowing in Ireland, so the event was held on regular ground instead.

Series.

Game Reviews. Via Mars. Changelog. Destiny. Webmail. Station Keeping. Starstuck.

GAME REVIEWS.

Velocità.
It took Evolution an extra year to get their game out, but just 60 days to turn all of this around.

Vigilate.
My review of Watch_Dogs and a small look at where the new series could be headed.

VIA MARS.

Dawn.
When you see people setting foot on Mars, remember how it started today.

CHANGELOG.

10.4.
It’s the fourth quarter in the tenth year of running my site.

10.3.
It is the third quarter in the tenth year of running my site.

DESTINY.

Providence.
Time to drop from orbit and follow the fallen whiskers and shattered beads of those gone before.

Character.
My thoughts and an early look at the alpha version of Destiny.

WEBMAIL.

Postbox.
I have switched email services now, rather than later, to make things easier.

STATION KEEPING.

Dragon.
The ISS will come to an end in 2020, but SpaceX will have learnt from working with it.

Russia.
The ISS will come to an end in 2020, now that Roscosmos is no longer willing to allow the United States to use it.

STARSTUCK.

Cryonics.
There are typically only two ways to get to distant bodies in the universe in science fiction.

Miscellaneous.

Made.
Some of the best tools and resources that I have used to get this site made.

Contact.
Send me an email if you want to get in touch with me.