Art inspired by some of my favourite TV shows. Coming soon – Sherlock, Doctor Who and House.
Graze boxes are aimed at snackers, those who like to nibble (or indeed graze) on little bits and bobs during the day. They’re very popular with office workers and I’m sure they’ve saved many a desk-jockey from reaching for the biscuits. For just under £4 a time, Graze will send you four punnets of savoury […]
That was the week that was… and I really hope it’s over. After a fantastic day adventuring last Saturday things seemed to take a nosedive from there. Sunday was a rather lazy day; I didn’t have much energy to spare. Sunday night’s sleep was erratic to say the least and when I did sleep, I […]
Sam and I have both started playing Glitch again. That means there may be no new content on PigPog again for another year or two.
Nibbling pigs is just too enjoyable.
I posted the other day about working from the top of a mountain. The mountain was played by Sheeps Tor, a bit of a rocky hill; and the work was played by copying a few images from camera to MacBook. I actually did transfer all the images while we were still there, but from the less impressive location of our car.
I use an Eye-Fi card, which is an SD card like any other, but with the addition of WiFi. If it doesn’t find a WiFi network nearby that it knows about, it sets up its own, which the Mac can then connect to, letting the Eye-Fi software pull images from the camera. Once set up, it all happens automatically, as long as the camera and MacBook are sitting close to each other. I took the photos with the camera while the images were being copied from it, and they just joined the queue to transfer.
I’ll write a bit more about this soon – it’s time to update on my photo workflow, as it’s changed a lot since I last posted about it, with some nice automated stuff going on.