Mrs K and I are having a baby! Have told all the family so now it’s time to share the news with all you beautiful people! We had the ultrasound last week and all is well and the baby is healthy. Mrs K is doing well but with all the typical ailments that come with […]
A Foreign iPhone on AT&T
This was one of those things that I had to work out on my own in situ, which wasn’t a whole heap of fun. If you’re going to be away for less than a week – it’s not worth your while – just deal with the roaming charges and only use Wi-Fi for your data. […]
Thanks to Apple’s Aperture I’ve been editing the RAW photos I took during my trip. You can view some of them here on Flickr. Please feel free to comment.
So it all ends today. My last few hours in Abilene. The whole experience been a blast in many ways. I don’t think I’ve felt this intellectually stimulated and challenged for sometime and I’ve not been in an environment that stimulates my brain this much since my own study. I feel a little tired now, […]
A Guided Tour
I didn’t know much about Abilene before I got here. I knew it was in Texas, I knew about the work ACU was doing… and that’s about it. I’m now ready for my pop-quiz on Abilene after a great weekend seeing the sites around and being guided through it by the wonderful George Saltsman.
So I’ve had a couple of days in Texas. It’s certainly warmer than California, flatter and bigger.
A Weekend in Southern California
The weekend was great. It wasn’t exciting or sleep depriving. It was just enjoyable. So up front – I did nothing techy. I hopped in my Chevy and drove around this beautiful area of California. As I came into Irvine on the Friday I noticed the mountains behind it and so on Saturday I decided […]
Two Days in California
Two days have passed and it’s been pretty interesting so far. The flight was pretty painful. 14 hours is a long time, please remind me to try and sleep next time – if only to pass the time. Hiring the car was painless, so too the first few minutes of driving. Sure, it required complete […]