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Giant Robot Biennale and Heavenese

October 28th, 2012 by alephnaught

Giant Robot Biennale and Heavenese

Yesterday we went to Little Tokyo to check out the Giant Robot Biennale at Japanese American National Museum; the show was very cool, lots of highly customized figures from artists that show and sell with Giant Robot. We also ran into a Japanese musical troop called Heavenese – they play music combining Japanese and gospel […]

Travel tool experiments and experiences

June 12th, 2012 by alephnaught

Travel tool experiments and experiences

I just got back from almost two weeks in northern Italy, and I used a different set of tools for this trip than our other trips. I left my laptop at home – I used my new iPad And iPhone for everything. And it worked well – they took up less space, were a lot […]

Arrival in Verona

May 29th, 2012 by alephnaught

Arrival in Verona

This is our first vacation in four years, and for me it’s an experiment in new technology. I’m not bringing a laptop – I have an iPhone and an iPad; I’ve set up the iPhone with international service, voice and data, and the iPad will go WiFi only. I have a bluetooth keyboard from Perixx, […]

Los Feliz and Mulholland Drive

February 21st, 2011 by alephnaught

Los Feliz and Mulholland Drive

On Presidents Day we decided to walk the dogs around Los Feliz, a neat little shopping area in LA, and then drive down Mulholland from the 101 to the 405. Of course, I took pictures… All with my iPhone. Translate

5 pics with the new Hipstamatic release and Fashion pack

February 13th, 2011 by alephnaught

5 pics with the new Hipstamatic release and Fashion pack

I grabbed the latest release of Hipstamatic Friday along with the free Fashion pack; yesterday I tried the combination out with four “art” shots and one fun pic; hope you enjoy them! As for the program, the latest Hipstamatic is a huge improvement – the old one would eventually stop working, requiring me to restart […]

Sunset in the Valley

November 26th, 2010 by alephnaught

Sunset in the Valley

Aviva and I were coming out of Sears and I saw this, so I grabbed my iPhone and snapped a picture. Translate

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TriMirror – Crowdsourcing fashion

October 3rd, 2010 by alephnaught

TriMirror – Crowdsourcing fashion

I found TriMirror (http://www.trimirror.com/), or perhaps it found me, thanks to @Bellpopping.  I’ve been dabbling in fashion related web stuff for a while now – I was a beta member of Swirl and I’ve started watching the Rachel Zoe Project and subscribed to her newsletter, among other bits. When Basya suggested I take a look […]

June 12th, 2010 by alephnaught

Building iPhone Apps with HTML, CSS and JavaScript

Title: Building iPhone Apps with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript: Making App Store Apps Without Objective-C or Cocoa Author: Jonathan Stark Paperback: 192 pages Publisher: O’Reilly Media; 1 edition (January 19, 2010) Language: English ISBN-10: 0596805780 ISBN-13: 978-0596805784 Given Apple’s stance on Adobe Flash, and my desire to eventually display my website in a better way […]

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My iPhone wallpaper

June 3rd, 2010 by alephnaught

My iPhone wallpaper

When I got my iPhone of course one of the first things I did was customize the wallpaper, which is the image you see when you unlock it (and that’s the only time – hummm). So I downloaded an image of the HAL 9000 to use as a stop-gap until I could make one of […]

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The #140conf LA meetup May 10

May 10th, 2010 by alephnaught

The #140conf LA meetup May 10

I finally had time to crank up Photoshop and clean up pictures I took with my new iPhone. I had a great time, although I didn’t meet everyone I wanted to meet at the event; I did get to use the Bump app (thanks Linda!) and did meet some fun folks. And the speakers were […]