I’ve been boycotting Sony since their DRM Rootkit attack on consumers. Recently Sony/BMG opened their music to DRM-free sale in mp3 format on amazon.com, and I’ve since been CONSIDERING dropping my boycott. If they were to start selling DRM-free downloadable movies or make a public statement denouncing the use of DRM in general, I would […]
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It’s story time. Once upon a time in high school, I had a really cool computer science teacher named Clarence Whetten. Our computer lab consisted of a Unix system with 4 Meg of RAM and about 30 dumb terminals. As I understand it, Mr. Whetten approached a local company (ICON, where I later worked as […]
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.
I never realized it before, but I have a startling amount of hair on my eyelid (not including my eyelashes).
I found a replacement LCD on eBay for my pocket digital camera. Soon I’ll be taking pictures again. In the meantime, I’ve been uploading old photos to Flickr. I’m uploading all my digital photos, which (with the current upload limit of 2 Gigabytes per month) will take about three years… assuming I stop taking photos […]
Whoa. Was that December? Is it 2006? A few days ago I stepped on my pocket digital camera (a Sony Cybershot DSC-T1) and broke the LCD. I am very sad about that. It wasn’t my high-end camera, but it was very respectable (5 Megapixel, 3x optical zoom, and excellent macro capabilities — most photos I’ve […]
I used to be very shy and antisocial. A few years ago I started going to a local bar and began learning to interact with strangers. These days most people laugh at the idea of me being shy, but deep down I still am. Anyway, here are a couple shy-style photos from the bar. Maybe […]