We've added our pictures for the last couple months, as well as adding a bunch of pictures that Stephan took at the Maggie P and at Thanksgiving - the delay was mostly because I hadn't gotten around to figuring out how to add a credit in the bottom right corner for Stephan's pictures. And I just realized that Stephan's camera is not in EST; we weren't really up at 3 in the morning.

I think my favorite (non-person) picture is of the stump I purchased.  I would have liked to see that "stump" prior to it being cut and split - it must have been gigantic. Note, also the nifty racks we got to make stacking wood easier (and safer - the wood is much less likely to fall on someone now, though I am getting better at stacking free standing wood as well.

If you aren't on facebook, you probably missed my recent picture (taken from my new cool phone - that has a higher resolution than our regular camera...) of a TV that a friend of a friend gave to us, since it was broken, and he was hoping I could make good use of it.  It turned on when I powered it up, so I haven't worked on it yet, and I figured it was as good a time as any to get our Apple IIe back up and running.  A number of the disks are bad, so that was disappointing.  But, I found an old data disk (after investigation, it turns out it wasn't as old as I thought - I guess we were still using Apples in the 7th grade) but it had some fun documents - some papers for school, and a couple interviews of some teachers from that year (Mr. Kelley and Ms. Cronin), as well as this gem, which neither Pat nor I can remember what it was for.

Other good pictures (since we've published so many at one go, I imagine lots of you won't look through all of them) are our time at the zoo - the sea lions are a lot of fun.

And who says kids have too much energy?

Posted by Jon Daley on February 2, 2010, 8:50 am | Read 11439 times
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Well, the credits don't show up in my browser, but it's fairly easy to tell which pictures I took, because my camera takes pictures with a 3:2 ratio and not 4:3 like most compact digital cameras. Of course, if Noah uses my camera, things get a little trickier... :-)

Posted by Stephan on February 4, 2010, 4:00 pm

I designed the credit watermarking software on the small resolution pictures, and so they look fine there, but then when I ran it on the large resolution pictures, the font was really small, and I debated about redoing it with a larger font, but we thought maybe it was good enough.

They are there - bottom right corner of each image, but just really tiny on the large resolution images.

Posted by jondaley on February 4, 2010, 4:22 pm

Ah, yes, now I see it. It works fine if I download the highest resolution image. With the medium one it is too fuzzy to read when I blow it up enough to see it.

Posted by SursumCorda on February 4, 2010, 7:00 pm
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