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photo gallery flux

Rob, you’re right.

I was absolutely incorrect with the Gallery comment. That comment applies – actually applied as in 5.1 it now supports multi levels – to Galerie.

Gallery =! Galerie

My apologies. My bad.

» Posted By icerabbit On February 16, 2006 @ 6:23 pm

Nice informative article.

My issue with Gallery is that it does not automatically support multiple levels (folders & subfolders etc). I exchanged email with the creator about it and basically it’s not going to happen. That’s a dealbreaker for me.

So I still use JAlbum from datadosen.se . Though I need to rebuild my custom templates for it, as I lost them at some point during a system move. (forgot to copy them over)

» Posted By icerabbit On February 16, 2006 @ 1:29 pm

The elusive new bird

The elusive bird has been identified!

I was doing some investigation of my own through the internet and was getting somewhat closer, … but called in some more via the internet.

So, with a big thanks to Bill Schmoker from http://www.schmoker.org :

” That’s a Northern Flicker. The red malar stripe (below its bill) tells me its a male and it is the red-shafted subspecies. (Yellow-shafted birds have red on their napes and a black malar stripe.) “

» Posted By icerabbit On January 14, 2006 @ 10:25 am

My contact has not been able to identify the elusive bird. It will have to remain a mystery for the time being.

» Posted By icerabbit On January 13, 2006 @ 9:15 pm

Time to investigate. Will see what I can find out.

» Posted By icerabbit On December 20, 2005 @ 11:55 am

Tiger Admin

Oh oh … another switcher 🙁
(away from iBlog)

» Posted By icerabbit On September 25, 2005 @ 12:53 pm

added apartment pics

Very sweet how you have your AV equipment on that cute rack on the mantel. Have thought about a projector as well but I’m afraid of the bulb life and with all the standards they’re throwing around … So, we have an entry level 30″ LCD tv ’till the smoke settles.

» Posted By icerabbit On September 25, 2005 @ 1:05 pm

AC outlet tester

Very sweet.

As I already bought a circuit alert pen & receptacle analyzer (open & reversed wiring & what not) and have some lamps 😛 I’ll stick to those 😉

» Posted By icerabbit On September 25, 2005 @ 1:00 pm

CueCat hack

I remember those. Can’t you use them to keep track of your cds, movies etc if you give them to friends, like libraries & videostores do?

» Posted By icerabbit On February 7, 2005 @ 1:23 am

UFO Captured on Film!

PS: I have a Powershot A70 too and have been very pleased with it. Technology is moving forward, but I still love the thing. Even after 12000 shots (yep) and a few scratches.

» Posted By icerabbit On October 25, 2004 @ 1:31 am

Fly by from a jet fighter?

» Posted By icerabbit On October 25, 2004 @ 1:28 am

Rob’s new (to him) car!

Congrats on the Matrix, Rob!

I wouldn’t mind driving one, one bit. Reminds me of my compact car I drove in Europe, only a bit bigger and more sporty 🙂

Compact, versatile, fuel efficient, powerful engine, modern styling, … bring it on. Saw one the other day that’s 4 wheel drive and I thought that would be one safe ride for in the winter.

» Posted By icerabbit On August 17, 2004 @ 6:56 pm

Phoney Solicitation

Fortunately I don’t get bothered too much. I was pretty much absent in any direct marketing lists, till I got a new phone #.

The other day they called me that I was the very lucky winner picked at random to participate in a survey about … “Eh hello?! Lucky & Random? That computer calls every # in the phone book … LOL.

» Posted By icerabbit On February 7, 2005 @ 1:30 am

Super Size Me (part 2)

Some of the differences with child obesity rates in US vs EU are: Fast food in general is more expensive. No fast food served at school. Pedal your bike to school ~ no busses: 20 – 60 mins a day on a bike burns a few calories. Likely also less high calorie meals in the evening and more adult supervision towards TV + snacks.

» Posted By icerabbit On October 31, 2004 @ 1:19 am

Holes

We saw it a while back and enjoyed it. It’s not a classic, overall average, but still a pretty good kids / family movie for a rainy or hot day.

PS: We turned the knob in our head to kid/teenager 😉

» Posted By icerabbit On August 17, 2004 @ 7:34 pm

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