I realized that I had buried the lead in my last post. Check out this picture, and more.
Close ups of my much coveted badge. Some hardware and base stations of the wifi village. Both Information Society and Berlin played on Saturday night! Shot a video of an amazing demo from the Car Hacking Village. A car modified to play games instead of driving. Also, the best of my flight home. Some great pictures of Hoover dam and some of the solar farms and mesas as we few home.
The Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is an incredible place. We saw, touched, learned about and enjoyed countless animals from all over the globe. Incredible views, amazing animals. I got a video of a Grizzly Bear trying to catch a fish underwater! Check out my pictures and videos. This is certainly one of the top zoos I have ever visited. (I would recommend taking the zoo shuttle for $2- My legs are still sore from all the walking up hill). We also found a few extra animals like a Fearow.
arrived early despite a deliberate attempt to be tacky!
It is rare occasion that I need actual processing power on my laptop. It usually is just for testing or acting as a middleman. I have some very heavy metal at my office as well as hosted online that I use when i need to get some serious think on. That said, right now watching two threads peg remind me that this machine is getting old. Luckily the thinking is nearly done.
In truth, I haven’t touched it in years. I haven’t even touched cydia recently. Sadly, all this work would only be useful for someone with an original or 3g iPhone. Apple certainly doesn’t support those devices anymore. Does anyone still use those them? Unfortunately, my ISP insists that I remove the content. After 7 years of hosting it, they realized it violates TOS. I should check the logs. I wonder if it will even be missed. People say the internet never forgets. Sometimes it is quite the opposite. For nostalgias sake, i left the instructions site up: http://cydia.be3n.com/ (at least that does’t violate Dreamhost TOS). For the record, much of my work continued support well into iOS 4.
. . . Maybe it will rise again on S3?
A recent mouthpiece fitting exposed me to the latest in dental impressions. I filmed it, the tech was quite impressive. A camera takes pictures of my teeth and software stitches it into a 3D model. I only wish i could take home the model files. sure beat the molding clay in my mouth. (though it did take a little bit longer)
My wife needed a trip to the emergency room. While waiting, I noticed a video game system in a children’s area. It’s screen frozen on an error message while a tiny table full of kids try to share a single smart phone. I was able to bring it back to life with only a little tinkering. Now the kids have a Wii U to fight over!