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    Thoughts on the iPad

    So I’ve had the iPad for three weeks now and I guess its time to provide my thoughts.  To put it simply and short in the words of Kaizumi-san (Vice President of Tokyo Electron Information Systems) “Mmm, big iPod.”  And as far as the device itself, that sums it up.  The key device differences are [...]

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    Crickets

    Yeah, I know.  The blog has been a bit quite lately.  The past two weeks were a complete whirlwind.  Most of the stuff keeping me busy was family and friends related, but I did crank out two website builds in record time.  I have also been avoiding taking any pictures in anticipation of my new [...]

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    Embracing Meta Data

    I love things to be organized and it’s time I finally make the effort. In 2000, I started taking digital images and created an organizational structure that I have been using ever since. I used a folder structure by camera, year, and then by event. This structure worked for me until my library reached 80,000+ [...]

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    Post Bench

    My dad tore down his fence and hauled all the posts to my house.  I used a couple of them on other projects and then came up with this idea.  This design would actually be quite simple and easy if the posts were new, but these posts were in the ground for 30 years.  It [...]

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    Cement Pot

    After seeing the prices at some of these landscape places, I decided to try to make my own planting containers.  Amy helped me by drawing up the design in CAD to get all the angles so I wouldn’t have to spend a lot of time calculating them.  I like math and all, but I wanted [...]

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    Mainstreet Model Homes

    Occasionally I get the opportunity to take photos for Mainstreet Homes.  These are some of my favorites from this years Best Product Design entries.  Thanks to my awesome friend Rachel, I used a 16-35mm f2.8 L for this shoot.  It made the shoot go so much smoother to have the extra wide angle without the [...]

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    Sales Pitch for Wood Fired Coffee

    If you haven’t heard of Summermoon’s Wood Fired Coffee then you are missing out!  Some great friends of mine have started up a coffee roasting business and a coffee shop here in Austin and the coffee is fantastic!  On the outskirts of Austin, they have built a coffee roaster where they hand roast the coffee [...]

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    Elm Stump Seating

    Thanks to hurricane Ike, my Dad lost an elm tree in his yard. The tree was a good 18 inches in diameter, so I ask for some of the wood to make stump seating. I know I could buy stump seating from West Elm and other furniture companies, but these logs have a story. You [...]

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    Efficient Web Design Using Web 2.0

    Well, I’ve been changing my web design approach lately and I thought I’d share.  There are a LOT of really great web 2.0 and social networking sites out on the web these days.  And if you haven’t really jumped on board, you are probably thinking the exact same thing I did before I jumped in.  [...]

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    Logo Design for Motocloset.com

    I always wanted to try my hand at logo design, but I had always avoided it.  I’ve learned over the years that logo design is probably the most critical asset to a company.  I would put it right up there with a great business plan.  A good logo provides a memorable image of the company [...]

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