A BBQ Party with waaaaay too much food, and many hours of grilling. Pictures Update: Claudia’s account and Matt’s account of the weekend.
If you see this post, then you’ve successfully made it to the new location for my blog. Wordpress is nice. MySQL sucks. phpMyAdmin makes it bearable.
A few Italian restaurants to try out: A16 and Ristorante Milano. For Vietnamese: Tulan’s.
Yesterday we went to Chapeau, a small French bistro in the Richmond on Clement street. I got the prix fixe with the filet mignon as my entree. It was the best steak I’ve had in recent memory. Not only was the meat perfect, the truffle-based sauce made it that much better. Other parts of the […]
Finally did the upgrade to version 1.5 of wordpress. Now mine looks the same as everyone elses. Hooray. I managed to finally get a domain http://www.kendeeter.com. I’ll be moving everything there shortly and decomissioning chummy.mine.nu.
Well, it looks like Apple might do to the photo world what Final Cut did to the video processing world. Aperture looks pretty damn interesting. It gets many things right, that I’ve sort have been hoping for in raw conversion software: use of the full screen.. Aperture has its whole interface designed around this dual […]
With the fullsize keyboard now, I can finall start to use my powerbook in desktop like situations when warranted. This means hooking up my external LCD monitor so that I don’t have to keep looking down at the display. This in turn involves calibrating the display so that hte colors look right. And then there’s […]
After much debating and hesitating, I took the plunge and ordered the white apple bluetooth keyboard. There were many uncertanties surrounding the purchase of this product… many conflicting reports regarding its connection reliability and its overall quality. Well, I’m happy to say that I’ve been using it for about 10 mintues now, and it seems […]
So for those of you who don’t know about it, the short story is that when I came back to the US after being in Canada for a couple years, I wasn’t able to transfer the credit record that I had built up there to something here in the US credit system, forcing me to […]