Last night, I decided to dig out the camera when I saw the light hitting my pool table a certain way. I have some ideas for imagery, and here's the first of them.
Enjoying a glass of my favorite Merlot, while this is certainly not the most expensive wine on the market. Well... it's pretty cheap actually. Here in California, you can get it for less than $10 per half gallon. (1.5 liters). But, to me, it has a good taste and goes well with pasta or steak. Here I am, sitting on the couch, watching TV, playing with my camera looking at this glass.
You know, I think Firefox may have been running for a bit too long:
So much for being able to post more to this site since starting my new job. Not that I haven't had a bit more time, well...
Wow, my last update was in April. Well a lot has happened since then, things have just been too busy to write or draw anything.
Cornerstones of Trust conference on June 29th was a big success, the keynote speeches were great. I am still waiting for the materials to put on the website.
The SV-ISSA website, I effectively shutdown the "poweredbyissa.com" portion and am redirecting that to the sv-issa.org website, which is now a fresh install and fully functional.
I am working on migrating all of the email functionality from GoDaddy to Google apps for your domains.
Working on the Cornerstones of Trust website. Last year this conference was a great success and I'm looking forward to it again this year. Remember that this year it falls on June 29th. Hope to see you there.
I recently received some light critisism with regards to my website. Basically they found that the information was good, but the colors made it hard to read. So I decided to write a new CSS based template from scratch.
I am not completely done yet, but I liked the direction it was looking so much,
I decided now is the time to cut it over. This new theme incorporates what is called a "fluid" design where the information floats in the middle of the page and resizes based on the size of the brower, while maintain certain aspects.
I am still playing with this.
This weekend, I finished the first portion of my bookmarklet for the Inn.ocuo.us website. Currently, there are really only two users. Myself and @LauraVezer.
I thought I would create a bookmarklet so that I can more quickly post links to twitter using my own shortener. And now it works.