I rebuilt my Mac Pro software completely and it appears to have
resolved the idle hanging problem. It is alway an annoying amount of work getting everything up and running again. It’s nice to have everything fresh and clean and worth it to finally have a stable desktop. The most frustrating part of this kind of solution is that nothing is learned. How? Why? No answers, but at least an end to the frustration!
UPDATE! – Nothing is resolved! it just took over 48 hours for the problem to return. ?
Silver lining was my brief use of screensavers and discovering John Coats work to bring the beautiful Aerial flyovers from the Apple TV to all macs. Looks amazing on 3 screens!
Update! – It’s finally fixed!
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.
It started off a bit hazy. The air was not ideal for photography, but I still managed to capture a few great shots. It was actually my first visit to Catalina Island. Luckily, it was the first day of the late hours, but unfortunately the restaurant did not get the memo. We had time to hike about before taking off again. We took a meandering route back to Hawthorne and did some sight seeing. I even took the yoke. Continue reading for some amazing pictures.