phlogs for a lack of a better term (or not) are blogs that have photos of dogs. I don’t have a dog and I’d love to have one once I’ll live in an apartment with a balcony or house with a yard. I follow a feed with photos of several dogs to fill the void.
I added a memory game to BikeSalute.com. I programmed it to load 15 random images from the bike salute pool. With very little coding I can have it load images from a Flickr feed. Now I just need to find the right one.
I finally got to add happy music when the math puzzle is completed. I also changed the instructions to be more clear. (Thank you, Polly.) If you have a website and you want to have this puzzle in it, go ahead and download it.
Full disclosure: I make a small fraction of a cent, or Îµ (epsilon) cents, every time it is played.
I love tumblr.com. I had an idea and I created a site for it really quickly. Picking the name for it was the hard part.
It all started with a photo I saw on Flickr a while ago. I marked it as a favorite. Recently I came across several different photos of a bird nesting inside a letter and so I wanted to see if there is a pattern.
One swallow does not make a summer but two made me Google it. A quick search in Flickr yielded many more than 30 photos and I choose the best ones.
This morning I took part in “Hustle up the Hancock”, a race up the stairs of the John Hancock building. I don’t know how good my result was. I estimate it took me 10 minutes. (I did not notice the clock at the finish until later.)
Here I am having fun with SketchUp and Google Earth. I used a model I found in SketchUp 3D Warehouse and positioned it in Google Earth.
I was digging around my plants, shifting dirt from one planter to the other, and found an earthworm. I always wanted to see how they dig themselves back in, so I set up a camera with time lapse (a frame every two seconds) and walked away. Stupid worm did not dig itself in but instead curled up in the shade.