Sometimes I like to make logos for which I have no practical use. Here’s one I made for myself. It’s my initials (WAT). The “IT” part isn’t really deliberate, but as a software engineer, I work in “Information Technology”, so I guess that works. This is just a rough concept. Maybe eventually I’ll refine it.
Archive for May, 2007
A few weeks ago we took our kids to the Hogle Zoo, where my seven-year-old son learned to wrangle metal rhinos. About the time we got to the hot and stinky reptile exhibit, we decided to split up and I got to explore the zoo one-on-one with my son. In addition to the regular attractions, […]
I went for a walk a few days ago and took some pictures of rusty farm equipment near the office where I work.
I never realized how alike Albert Einstein and Paul Reubens looked until I saw the cover of this book: Check it out:
I recently bought MacGyver on DVD. Part of the charm is the outdated high tech gadgets. We’ve only watched two episodes so far. From those, this is the most remarkable (to me) example of outdated high tech. I kinda suspect that one was funny even at the time.
This is my four year old daughter playing on a slide at Chuck-E-Cheese’s a few days ago.
When I got home from work today, I found my two youngest kids in the yard, covered in mud. I took a few pictures. Most of them turned out blurry, even though I used the flash. I’m still not very happy with the Pentax Optio W30.