The Photographer’s Right

By , April 29, 2008 10:20 am

Bert P. Krages Attorney at Law Photographer’s Rights Page

The Photographer’s Right
A Downloadable Flyer Explaining Your Rights When Stopped or Confronted for Photography

The Photographer’s Right is a downloadable guide that is loosely based on the Bust Card and the Know Your Rights pamphlet that used to be available on the ACLU website. It may be downloaded and printed out using Adobe Acrobat Reader. You may make copies and carry them your wallet, pocket, or camera bag to give you quick access to your rights and obligations concerning confrontations over photography. You may distribute the guide to others, provided that such distribution is not done for commercial gain and credit is given to the author.

If you take pictures in todays world, might be a good idea to get, print out, and carry a copy of this page. The author also has a book on the subject that is available for sale from the page.

Shelby County, TN Sheriff: watch out for photographers and radical greens, they might be terrorists

By , April 29, 2008 9:45 am

Shelby County, TN Sheriff: watch out for photographers and radical greens, they might be terrorists – Boing Boing

The insanity spreads.

Shelby County, TN Sheriff: watch out for photographers and radical greens, they might be terrorists

By , April 29, 2008 9:41 am

Shelby County, TN Sheriff: watch out for photographers and radical greens, they might be terrorists – Boing Boing

The insanity spreads.

Monday all day

By , April 28, 2008 10:58 pm

Not too bad over all. Just one of the pollen days that I could do without. Spent part of the day getting info from a new client to add to their website. Another part working on bits and pieces of a couple of sites. Just wish I felt more like doing any of it. Hopefully tomorrow will be better. Calling it a night and will hit at something tomorrow. till then.

Monday all day

By , April 28, 2008 10:56 pm

Not too bad over all. Just one of the pollen days that I could do without. Spent part of the day getting info from a new client to add to their website. Another part working on bits and pieces of a couple of sites. Just wish I felt more like doing any of it. Hopefully tomorrow will be better. Calling it a night and will hit at something tomorrow. till then.

Ajax for Everyone

By , April 28, 2008 11:27 am

Adobe Spry framework for AJAX

Spry is a JavaScript-based framework that enables the rapid development of Ajax-powered web pages. Not a JavaScript guru? No problem. Spry was designed to feel like an extension of HTML and CSS, so anyone with basic web-production skills can create next-generation web experiences by adding the power of Ajax to their pages.

Another link mainly for my reference. Though I must say Spry does look interesting from a website developers/designers point of view. Gonna have to download the package and try it out. Not sure what use I would have for it but as I once again seem to be getting more and more into building and maintaining websites, knowledge of new tools and technologies do tend to give one a bit of an edge.

Ajax for Everyone

By , April 28, 2008 11:25 am

Adobe Spry framework for AJAX

Spry is a JavaScript-based framework that enables the rapid development of Ajax-powered web pages. Not a JavaScript guru? No problem. Spry was designed to feel like an extension of HTML and CSS, so anyone with basic web-production skills can create next-generation web experiences by adding the power of Ajax to their pages.

Another link mainly for my reference. Though I must say Spry does look interesting from a website developers/designers point of view. Gonna have to download the package and try it out. Not sure what use I would have for it but as I once again seem to be getting more and more into building and maintaining websites, knowledge of new tools and technologies do tend to give one a bit of an edge.

R U XPerienced?

By , April 28, 2008 9:42 am

The PC Weenies. V2.0: The Internet’s First and ONLY Webcomic Where YOU can Guest-Star! » Archive » R U XPerienced?

Believe it or not, there’s an Internet petition sponsored by InfoWorld to save Windows XP.

The PC Weenies is really good today. I absolutely love the last frame!

R U XPerienced?

By , April 28, 2008 9:42 am

The PC Weenies. V2.0: The Internet’s First and ONLY Webcomic Where YOU can Guest-Star! » Archive » R U XPerienced?

Believe it or not, there’s an Internet petition sponsored by InfoWorld to save Windows XP.

The PC Weenies is really good today. I absolutely love the last frame!

Elemental – Cup Of Brown Joy

By , April 28, 2008 9:16 am

Elemental – Cup Of Brown Joy on Vimeo

Elemental. The quintessential English fellow, explorer, scientist, exotic dancer and some might say raving lunatic.

An interesting and very steampunkish video. Good stuff!

Elemental – Cup Of Brown Joy

By , April 28, 2008 9:15 am

Elemental – Cup Of Brown Joy on Vimeo

Elemental. The quintessential English fellow, explorer, scientist, exotic dancer and some might say raving lunatic.

An interesting and very steampunkish video. Good stuff!

Zealous Autoconfig

By , April 27, 2008 11:37 pm

xkcd – Zealous Autoconfig – By Randall Munroe

Now THAT’S an Autoconfig! 😆 😆 😆

Soggy Sunday

By , April 27, 2008 11:34 pm

Trying ScribeFire out for standard posting to the blog(s) too. One nice thing about it is the ability to post to several different blogs. Not at the same time but it does allow you to save a post and post it again and again. Tis quite handy that. Several irritating things too. Whereas with a right click on a word Firefox will gives you the ability to check and correct the spelling of a word but ScribeFire doesn’t. It underlines the words but as yet I can’t find a way to check and correct the spelling. Just installed a dictionary but have to restart Firefox to get it to work so am going to finish this post and then restart it. Looks like I can save it as a draft so will try that and see if I can edit it after the restart.

And it works great! I’m liking this more and more. Seems that you can even edit existing entry’s, though I haven’t tried that yet. The spell check thing still isn’t working/or I can’t figure out how it is supposed to work. Will look into it more later.

Have got it configured at present to post to 3 different blogs and need to add several more. Not just mine but the 3 or 4 that customers sites are built with, so I can edit them too.

Added another blog (customers site) today with WordPress 2.5.1 and it seems to be working fine. The problem yesterday may have been something other than just WordPress but the timing sure was good if it was. Both times. Course like I said in an earlier post, I did replace all the files with a newly downloaded version and also updated the config file.

Been a long day. Gotten some things done, and put some off till tomorrow. Got a pile of stuff to go pick up to get put into a customers site. And still got one more to install a e-commerce program in that I haven’t gotten to yet. Seems like it’s either feast or famine.

Gonna make one more post and then call it a night. Till tomorrow…

Soggy Sunday

By , April 27, 2008 11:34 pm

Trying ScribeFire out for standard posting to the blog(s) too. One nice thing about it is the ability to post to several different blogs. Not at the same time but it does allow you to save a post and post it again and again. Tis quite handy that. Several irritating things too. Whereas with a right click on a word Firefox will gives you the ability to check and correct the spelling of a word but ScribeFire doesn’t. It underlines the words but as yet I can’t find a way to check and correct the spelling. Just installed a dictionary but have to restart Firefox to get it to work so am going to finish this post and then restart it. Looks like I can save it as a draft so will try that and see if I can edit it after the restart.

And it works great! I’m liking this more and more. Seems that you can even edit existing entry’s, though I haven’t tried that yet. The spell check thing still isn’t working/or I can’t figure out how it is supposed to work. Will look into it more later.

Have got it configured at present to post to 3 different blogs and need to add several more. Not just mine but the 3 or 4 that customers sites are built with, so I can edit them too.

Added another blog (customers site) today with WordPress 2.5.1 and it seems to be working fine. The problem yesterday may have been something other than just WordPress but the timing sure was good if it was. Both times. Course like I said in an earlier post, I did replace all the files with a newly downloaded version and also updated the config file.

Been a long day. Gotten some things done, and put some off till tomorrow. Got a pile of stuff to go pick up to get put into a customers site. And still got one more to install a e-commerce program in that I haven’t gotten to yet. Seems like it’s either feast or famine.

Gonna make one more post and then call it a night. Till tomorrow…

Writer’s Café: An IDE for writers

By , April 27, 2008 10:24 pm

Linux.com :: Writer’s Café: An IDE for writers

Legend has it that a Moleskine notebook and a pen were the tools of choice for Chatwin and Hemingway — but that’s because they didn’t have Writer’s Café. Designed specifically for writing professionals, this application suite includes a few clever features that make it a must-have tool, whether you write for a living or for fun. Although the Writer’s Café developers state that it’s most suited for writing fiction, novels, and short stories, you can easily use it for all kinds of writing activities.

Not that I am much of a writer (blogging not counting) but I’m going to have to download this tool suite and give it a try. Sounds quite useful.

Writer’s Café: An IDE for writers

By , April 27, 2008 10:24 pm

Linux.com :: Writer’s Café: An IDE for writers

Legend has it that a Moleskine notebook and a pen were the tools of choice for Chatwin and Hemingway — but that’s because they didn’t have Writer’s Café. Designed specifically for writing professionals, this application suite includes a few clever features that make it a must-have tool, whether you write for a living or for fun. Although the Writer’s Café developers state that it’s most suited for writing fiction, novels, and short stories, you can easily use it for all kinds of writing activities.

Not that I am much of a writer (blogging not counting) but I’m going to have to download this tool suite and give it a try. Sounds quite useful.

Writer’s Café: An IDE for writers

By , April 27, 2008 10:24 pm

Linux.com :: Writer’s Café: An IDE for writers

Legend has it that a Moleskine notebook and a pen were the tools of choice for Chatwin and Hemingway — but that’s because they didn’t have Writer’s Café. Designed specifically for writing professionals, this application suite includes a few clever features that make it a must-have tool, whether you write for a living or for fun. Although the Writer’s Café developers state that it’s most suited for writing fiction, novels, and short stories, you can easily use it for all kinds of writing activities.

Not that I am much of a writer (blogging not counting) but I’m going to have to download this tool suite and give it a try. Sounds quite useful.

Writer’s Café: An IDE for writers

By , April 27, 2008 10:24 pm

Linux.com :: Writer’s Café: An IDE for writers

Legend has it that a Moleskine notebook and a pen were the tools of choice for Chatwin and Hemingway — but that’s because they didn’t have Writer’s Café. Designed specifically for writing professionals, this application suite includes a few clever features that make it a must-have tool, whether you write for a living or for fun. Although the Writer’s Café developers state that it’s most suited for writing fiction, novels, and short stories, you can easily use it for all kinds of writing activities.

Not that I am much of a writer (blogging not counting) but I’m going to have to download this tool suite and give it a try. Sounds quite useful.

Writer’s Café: An IDE for writers

By , April 27, 2008 10:24 pm

Linux.com :: Writer’s Café: An IDE for writers

Legend has it that a Moleskine notebook and a pen were the tools of choice for Chatwin and Hemingway — but that’s because they didn’t have Writer’s Café. Designed specifically for writing professionals, this application suite includes a few clever features that make it a must-have tool, whether you write for a living or for fun. Although the Writer’s Café developers state that it’s most suited for writing fiction, novels, and short stories, you can easily use it for all kinds of writing activities.

Not that I am much of a writer (blogging not counting) but I’m going to have to download this tool suite and give it a try. Sounds quite useful.

Want to Remember Everything You’ll Ever Learn? Surrender to This Algorithm

By , April 27, 2008 10:18 pm

Want to Remember Everything You’ll Ever Learn? Surrender to This Algorithm

The winter sun sets in mid-afternoon in Kolobrzeg, Poland, but the early twilight does not deter people from taking their regular outdoor promenade. Bundled up in parkas with fur-trimmed hoods, strolling hand in mittened hand along the edge of the Baltic Sea, off-season tourists from Germany stop openmouthed when they see a tall, well-built, nearly naked man running up and down the sand.

Interesting article, well worth the read.

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