Friday, September 22, 2006

Photography | The old office part 2

Shot in the same old office building. A room with a "natural carpet" ;)


Photography | The old office 1

shot in an abandonned office building


Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Testing with Last FM

I'm testing with parsing my recently played musictracks to this blog with the LastFM service. I'vehad found a quite nice chart-template, an Ipod, but i'm not quite satisfied with the layout yet. I'll have to tweak a little bit so it looks neat and clean. In the mean time a grey brushed chart ;)


A friend of me, Siebe, is going for a study-project to Ghana. He'll be going to work for the Ghanaian-chronicle, a Ghanese Newspaper. Follow his adventures on his weblog (Akwantuo is ghanese for "the Voyage").

Software | Adobe DNG converter update

Another Adobe update is for the Digital Negative converter.
quote "...Adobe DNG Converter. The Adobe DNG Converter, a free utility that converts files from more than 120 cameras to DNG, enables you to easily convert camera-specific raw files to a more universal DNG raw file. Visit the Camera Raw page for a complete list of supported cameras.

Digital Negative was developed to address the lack of an open standard for the proprietary and unique raw files created by each digital camera. DNG allows photographers to archive their raw camera files in a single format for easy cataloging and access in the future. With the format specification freely available, any developer can build software that supports and takes advantage of DNG. For more information, visit the Digital Negative page..."

Get it here

Software | Adobe Camera RAW update

New from Adobe!: Camera Raw 3.5
Support for the following cameras has been added
Kodak EasyShare P712, Nikon D2Xs, Panasonic DMC-FZ50 DMC-L1, Sony A100.
Note: Adobe Camera Raw 3.6 development has been accelerated to accommodate recently announced cameras such as the Nikon D80 and the Canon EOS 400D / Digital Rebel Xti. The update will be provided this fall.
Get it here

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Software | myTunes RSS

This is a very cool piece of free software! Make your Itunes library available thru HTTP-access. (protected by password) Browse your library, stream music, or download mp3's in zip format.
Install Itunes, locate your Itunes xml library file and start the server. If you want to connect from the internet you have to configure your router with NAT to pass the outside world to your local network-machine. Download myTunesRSS here.