I was just listening to my favorite photography podcast, Twip Photo, and they were interviewing a photographer from Iceland, Rebekka Guðleifsdóttir, who got very popular in Flickr with her album, “multiplicity.” I thought it was a cool concept and I just wanted to give it a try. Of course, I’m not that artistic so I decided to start with something simple.
I can do that.
Apple has just released the beta version of Safari 4. They are calling it the “world’s fastest web browser.” When I told my co-worker that, his response was, “Even faster than Google Chrome?” Since Google Chrome is not out yet for the Mac I can’t do a fair comparison. I would say that sites do render way faster in Safari 4 than in any other browser. It is still in beta. Even I found a bug while writing this post. I actually had to switch back to Firefox because I couldn’t do some things in my editor. One thing that I miss in Firefox and Chrome that all versions of Safari are missing is the ability to just quickly go to a particular tab. For example, on a Mac, if I have six tabs open in Firefox, if I’m on the first tab and I want to go to the forth tab, all I have to do is press ‘Command + 4′ and I’m there. I don’t have to click on the tab with my mouse or Ctrl-tab my way to the forth tab. Remember, the keyboard is always faster than the mouse. Maybe I’ll do a post on my keyboard shortcuts one day.
By the way, once again… if you are still using Internet Explorer 6, please upgrade. Actually, if you are using Internet Explorer, my question is… why? Google Chrome, Firefox, or Safari are the way go.
Found this… Made this a while ago when I was in college. Yes, I was a little bored. After I did this, Mark asked me to do one for his wedding. Don’t worry Mark and Elenore, I won’t post it.
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This guy gets better gas mileage than I do. I drive a Prius too and he drives an Accord. Let me just say… a little excessive but still some lessons to learn.
Thanks to my buddy Dan for sharing with me this one…
I so want one of these now.