Well good news, News that I’ve been waiting to hear for over 7 months, and still can’t believe. Anya (my girlfriend in Russia), finally got her visa! She will be moving to Australia within 2-3 weeks. She was called up about 24 hours ago and notified about it, and has since caught one of the… Continue reading ANYA GOT HER VISA!!
Frame-sizes Web-Widget for working out video encoding resolutions
I recently installed the new Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy Heron), on my Asus laptop. The laptop previously had a play around install of Feisty Fawn on it, however I couldn’t remember the password, and after using the live-CD I confirmed there was nothing on the 10Gb partition, which I nuked, to install Hardy Heron.I use the… Continue reading Ubuntu 8.04
Hey everyone. Sorry I haven’t updated much, been working as usual. One of the things I’ve been working on is a website (www.housebbi.com) for a friend of mine, Dave Bodycomb. He’s an Architect and Builder, who is using his wealth of experience to help inspect homes before people buy them. He creates a detailed analysis… Continue reading Housebbi.com
Well, the short film I’ve been working on, School Yard Justice is coming along very nicely. Just a few hours ago I got a copy of the current video edit from the director, Rodney Twelftree. Yay for external HDD’s. While at his place we talked about the tweaks needed to the film, and also to… Continue reading School Yard Justice, an Update
This is just a collection of April Fools jokes people found on the net. Web based April Fools jokes : http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2008/04/announcing-project-virgle.html – Google and Virgin setting up a base on Mars http://a.viary.com/blog/posts/dodo-web-based-time-machine — A web based app to age, and de-age people and images. http://www.thinkgeek.com/index.shtml – Some crazy inventions, like a USB pregnancy testing kit,… Continue reading April Fools Jokes – 2008
http://www.abc.net.au/science/crude/ Not sure about the delicate, and complicated processes required to make oil? Not sure quite sure about all the uses of oil? Didn’t know about how it was used to make plastics, or that it was so heavily relied on for farming? I’m sure you’ve all heard about the possible environmental damage, or the… Continue reading Crude Oil – The ABC documentary
Recently on the Digital Labourers Federation email discussion forum someone suggested creating a similar forum for audio people (while the DLF is for visual effects people). As I run a dedicated server, it is reasonably cheap for me to host a site, and I was interested in setting up a mailing list anyway, this… Continue reading ALF – The Audio Labourers Federation
Now this looks awesome. It’s a folding box/flashlight that very very quickly turns into a gun. Do I need to tell you how much fun that would be in a movie? [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D99NHb6B03s[/youtube] Check out Milspecmonkey.com for more weapons fun.
Work recently blocked GAIM (which is now called Pidgin), amongst other IM clients people had been happily using. As this had been my work account I had custom Alias’s setup to everyones name to make it easier to find people, and while the user contacts are kept on the MSN server, the alias’s aren’t, and… Continue reading Backing up, or transferring GAIM’s username Aliases, logs, and other data