Posts filed under “videolog”
I was in an IRC channel talking about 5by5.tv and the nature of internet fame, and nostrich said something along the lines of “WELL DO YOUR OWN SHOW” — so I did, with The Brownpau Show #1: Mostly I was just testing out the iPad 2 camera, and how well iMovie did on-the-fly video capture, […]
We had a lazy, lazy Fourth of July and simply viewed fireworks from the condo parking garage rooftop. There was a lot going on, though, and I was able to get a decent timelapse of this show going on just a couple of miles away: Set to tinny 1913 Sousa, as always.
Dec. 19th brought a historic snowstorm to the DC area, dumping almost two feet of snow in our immediate locality in North Virginia and surpassing in overall impact even the Feb 2003 snowstorm in Baltimore. We were pretty much snowed in for that whole weekend, but we did venture outside to survey conditions for a […]
There’s a lot I want to write about, and a lot I need to do, but time is short and work is hectic and things are changing and sometimes all you need is a short video of a cat licking at a piece of prosciutto.
Fourth of July long weekend was spent largely in domestic relaxation, but we went out on Friday to hike around Theodore Roosevelt Island a bit. While there we got to see three blue herons chased around the marsh by someone’s golden retriever: Then on Saturday we ventured out to the National Mall to see fireworks. […]
Friday morning brought me to Arlington before work, so I made my way to the office in Georgetown via Rosslyn, Key Bridge, and the C&O Canal towpath. Walking down the towpath somewhere between Key Bridge and Wisconsin Ave NW I happened across the blue heron. It spooked and flew before I could get close enough […]
Amy and I have just returned from a short London holiday. We walked through various historic landmarks, saw much art, climbed several spiral staircases, rode the Tube, met up with Sparticus and even got to watch Star Trek at Leicester Square a full day before its US release date. I’m uploading the photos right now, […]
Happy Easter! We are up in New Jersey for the weekend. While on the train, I tried to take a picture of a lovely yellow full moon hovering over the horizon, but my camera was unsuited to the task of capturing a celestial body at full zoom at night from a moving train. Instead I […]
Tourists at the DC Cherry Blossom Festival, taken at 2 second intervals from various locations around the Tidal Basin and Jefferson Memorial: