Test #: 426 (approximating).
Test Subject: Stewart, William J.
Date of Test: 2006-05-21.
Stimulus: Pureed spinach in rice-based ceral matrix.
Conclusion: Experiment should be classified as sheer and utter FAILURE of the highest order.
The new 24x7x365 Apple Store in Manhattan is quite a sight to see, but I do have to wonder at the wisdom of creating the store proper underground. Seems like some enterprising ne’er-do-wells could seal a whole bunch of geeks into what would ammount to a very Mac snobbish bunker.
Kevin Rose, formerly of TechTV/G4 and cofounder of digg has posted a Flickr photoset comprising a tour of digg’s new office space.
*sniff* Almost makes me wish I were back at my old Internet startup. Almost.
A Photographic Ode to Linguistic Ambiguity
I snapped this pic with my RAZR cellphone Crapcam at the local Genuardi’s – the mind positively reels at what, exactly, that term might mean.
I stumbled across a couple of nifty photo streams recently via digg and thought them worthy of sharing further. First up is an amazing set of pictures of a rainbow, taken from just about as close to one as I’ve seen. Very cool stuff.
Next is an awesome HDR photoset of New York City over at Flickr. Simply awesome.
…But ain’t he just the cutest?
Second-best reason to get up in the morning, I tell ya. *grin*
Due to familial concerns, I’ve closed down public access to any of my galleries featuring pics of Will and the wife and other nuclear family members. If you’re a friend or family member and want access to the pics, head over to the gallery, sign up for an account and I’ll add you to the appropriate group.
Sorry for any inconveniences this might cause.