Photos. Series. Miscellaneous.
I was focused on a lot of new technology and I have written and reviewed some of it. I also improved the workings of the site in many ways.
There were forty‑one entries.
Having a site partially available in multiple languages makes for a lot of extra work.
Some major changes have happened in various areas this year. A look back at recent years.
In One Photo.
Since 2009 I have chosen my best photo of the year. It is time to unveil my choice for 2015.
I was recently given access to high resolution satellite imagery and I can now see newly added imagery come in each day.
This week Microsoft have introduced what is essentially their first laptop.
A rare combination of both a supermoon and a lunar eclipse will occur this weekend.
With a month’s worth of experience running Windows 10, I have some opinions.
The grass on the side of Apple may be greener, but Microsoft’s grass has been mowed.
My initial thoughts on a new way of getting my music.
The vast world of workarounds, incompatibilities, and above all, lots of boxes with cables.
This is the next step in my experimental podcast’s evolution.
Last week it was time for the yearly release of Adobe Lightroom.
I’m looking around for my next photo processing workstation.
Perhaps the most difficult thing about music is to not to sell it, but to price it correctly.
In order to keep up with some of the websites I follow, I make use of IMAP.
A look back at how my own unique visual identity evolved over time.
Some of my thoughts on new cameras from Canon and Nikon.
Microsoft have announced two major platforms this week. I’m most interested in what HoloLens will mean.
I’ve added a custom‑built search function to my journal.
Despite the wet weather, many people still came to see the cars when they visited Carrick‑on‑Shannon on the first day of the event.
Bray Air Display.
It was my fourth time seeing the annual Bray Air Display in Co. Wicklow. This time over 90.000 people showed up.
Whenever I visit Wicklow, I’m usually there for Bray Summerfest. But there are other sights to be seen too.
When I visited Howth again for the first time in a long time, I made sure to bring all my lenses with me.
My predictions of the road towards future transport.
My predictions on how miniature satellites could reinvent the entire web.
My predictions of how social media and people will change in the near future.
As this year draws to a close, I want to cast my eye to the future.
It’s the fourth quarter in the eleventh year of running my site.
It’s the second quarter in the eleventh year of running my site.
It’s the first quarter in the eleventh year of running my site.
It has been nearly two months with my first wearable. My usage patterns have changed.
As I orbit a world of watches again, I write about the first few days with the new loop around my wrist.
Some of my thoughts off the top of my wrist about three new, but different categories.
The universe just added some water, which changed everything completely.
One of the challenges in photographing a solar eclipse is how to make sure to expose for it correctly.
This coming March you will be able to witness a near eclipse as the Moon transits in front of the Sun.
I have been using various forms of solid storage, and have some real world reliability data.
Satellites have led us to a now common lifestyle. I wanted to reflect on how my use of smartphones have changed over time.
You can perform a search through all of my site to find anything in mere milliseconds.