Monthly Archives: October 2007

Getting to Know All about You, pt. 3 – Software Quality Assurance

Last year I took a software testing course. A handful of software testing and quality blogs still hang out in my feed reader. In addition to the ones I wrote about last year, you might find these interesting. Software Testing … Continue reading

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Getting to Know All about You, pt. 2 – Moribund Adobe Blogs

Adobe is really big — trust me, I visited them once; they have a whole tower for PostScript and its children — so you’d think they have some good blog writers. And you’re right. But today let’s remember some of … Continue reading

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Getting to Know All about You, pt. 1 – The Beeb

I have way too many RSS feeds. Most go unread, which means I might as well just remove them and let the people who are less lazy than me that I trust summarize the web for me. But some I … Continue reading

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Four days in London

I love international travel. Don’t get me wrong; visiting different parts of the U.S. is great, too. I’ve just always had such a great time being foreign. To be honest, I can’t really believe that almost three weeks have passed … Continue reading

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London v. NYC

One of my very good friends, who is also a coworker, loves New York City and started ribbing me for saying that “London may be the greatest city in the world”. This despite the fact I was sharing frou-frou chocolates … Continue reading

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Hail Britannia

Did you know that residents of the UK need to license any television or device that can play or record television? And it’s expensive, too. About $275 . . . each . . . a year. We’re having a great … Continue reading

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Film-like tone mapping

Every once and a while someone will ask me why I still use film. First of all, I have a film camera, and to buy a new one would be a significant chunk of cash. But that’s not the main … Continue reading

Posted in Color and Vision, Computing, Fodder for Techno-weenies, MATLAB, Photography | 1 Comment