Wednesday, August 30, 2006
To me it is still amazing. End of last year I had 10,000 views on my flickr account and this has grown within one year to more then 40,000 ( I was able to capture the 41,000 'mileage' yesterday). Great stimulus to keep adding pictures and refine the quality. In short, the 'egocaster' model appears to work (at least for me..)
Sunday, August 27, 2006
Friday, August 25, 2006
Two wearable 'special' limited editions.
A Fred Perry shirt made to the specifications of Paul Weller, the great UK icon of music and to some extent fashion, Mr. Mod.
Now I do not have so many mirrors on the Vespa as in Quadrofenia, but I do like some of the classic stuff...
Next I got a great special Pepe Jeans railroader jacket from James Veenhoff, a limited edition made of kaihara denim 14 oz. This special has been designed by Jason Denham, whilst still at Pepe.
It still has to have the lifelines worn in...
Then James gave me two options. Either wear this jacket and be prepared to give it back, so to consider it on loan, or give james something special in return. Now there is a tantalizing aspect to consider.....
Thursday, August 24, 2006
Sunday, August 20, 2006
Saturday, August 19, 2006
Friday, August 18, 2006
It took me long to move from iPhoto to Aperture, but now I have done so. Main reason is that I want to shoot in RAW format and I like to be able to do more then was possible with iPhoto. And Aperture is great, now I can finally start to use the full capabilities of my Digilux-2....
Thursday, August 17, 2006
Great to see all fit and sun tanted, sharing both holiday stories as well as the latest innovations such as the inbuilt winecooler in a bottle....
Of course since we were guests at Vincent, we got the full treatment of zapping through IP and IP TV. I can imagine that at least one powerplant in The Netherlands is providing just the power to Vincent's house and gadgets.
Wednesday, August 16, 2006
Sunday, August 13, 2006
Almost two years ago I was discussing daypod.com with some business partners. One of the business concepts in 'your daily dose of podcast' (i.e. 'daypod') was having fuelling stations at airports. Now they start to happen at least here at Schiphol airport, probably opening up some new opportunities. Maybe I should start to get live back into podday?