Bouncing in and out. That’s me. For the last few weeks life sure has been bumpy; interesting and challenging in some ways. But also very happy. My wife and I welcomed a new addition into our home and named him Ketan. Pictures on my other blog, Saffron. Check it out.
How to position your photos and images using CSS
I listen to NPR and the news now more than ever. It’s not that I eschew music. The music I hear today [old foggie alert] simply sounds so canned and lifeless and boring and redundant. Anyway, back to what I was trying to say … I have discovered a TiVo-like solution for radio. Rogue Amoeba just launched Radioshift. Radioshift allows you to program your computers, connected to a broadband connection, to record your favorite programs. Cost: $32. The experience: Priceless.
The Darjeeling Limited, NY Times movie review
No!Spec [via APAD again] “is a great website dedicated to educating creatives about the value of their work and the problems of working on spec.”
For Macintosh users this may make some sense to buy and use, especially when trying to drill down on your searches: FileSpot. I am considering buying this.