Flickr Is Your Friend

I, along with most of my “online” friends, have a tendency to act like Japanese tourists. We take pictures of EVERYTHING. “Oh look! a beer glass with condensation! That’s SOOO Macro mode!”

It’s a disease. The only thing worse than TAKING the photos was finding a way to actually share them adequately without breaking the bank or spending weeks on a development project. Don’t get me wrong. StopDesign’s approach is phenomenal, and one day I might replicate it, but not today.

I recently signed up for Flickr and started posting photos there. I rapidly ran out of space and then went to the pro level. Now with some iPhoto integration courtesy of a free plugin, I’m easily able to bag it, tag it, and sell it to the butcher at the store in a very short amount of time.

Anyway, until I get gutsy and decide to start writing some crazy code, you can see all my new photos here.

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  1. .sara says:

    "Oh look! a beer glass with condensation! That's SOOO Macro mode!"

    Are you mocking me? Hmph.

  2. Maria says:

    After my old Rival slowcooker setppod working, i decided to get one that didn't boil or run so hot. And I wanted a bigger one. The KitchenAid one cost more (take 25 off with Amazon) but I like that it has a simmer setting that is great for soups. Pluses: Huge. The lid seals to the pan so no steam escapes. Digital timer. Looks nice. Programmable timer. Cool on outside. Maintains proper temperature. I've cooked twice with it and the results were excellent. The prior reviewer commented it was too heavy to take to potluck with her. Well..yeah. Get something smaller for that. It's absurd to rank this product based on that.

  3. Dulap says:

    Aye i wouldnt imingae il upload every single day but for the first wee while as we get to grips with the new camera im sure il be full of enthusiasm for it we shall see

  4. Sofia says:

    This review is from: Hopside Down Beer Glass, Double Wall Beer Glass No more <a href="http://ebblnynxr.com">waimnrg</a> your beer with your hands. I bought some of these as gifts for friends of mine who are beer aficionados, and they loved them for their appearance as well as the expected functionality as a double-walled glass. They look great with beer in them too. I bought one for use myself, and I notice no large improvement in insulating value. Holds about 7-8 ounces.Also, there is a small breather hole at the bottom, which retained moisture when I ran this glass through the dishwasher, or perhaps moisture from frost from keeping the glass in the freezer. Either way, I have found it all but impossible to get the water out, which means that it now drips as it gets warmer while I'm holding it.Overall, I give it 3 stars. Great as novelty, but only average as a beer glass with its less than 12 ounce capacity, and propensity to be leaky if you put it in the dishwasher or freeze it.

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