A bit of irony, as seen in Charleston.
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I really like the Outer Banks. Despite the drive down to North Carolina taking 6 or 7 hours, it’s still better than Ocean City, Maryland. There are no crowds. No hotels. No drunken high school graduates. No tag checks on the beaches. Not a lot of enforcement on the beaches, either. The life guards in [...]
From time to time, I lose touch with the people who use my server. People change email addresses, get jobs in faraway cities, move on to new social circles, etc. No worries there. Yet their digital resources remain, taking up disk space and bandwidth that others could be using.
Photo archives are a big culprit, mostly [...]
Exactly one week from today, the doors open for Rock ‘N Roll Revival XXI. Every year there is a theme, sometimes unofficial and sometimes more public. This year it’s public. “Welcome to the Jungle” is this year’s theme, despite the lack of Guns N’ Roses on the program. We’re expecting record attendance. Already five of [...]
A bandwidth-intense peek at the last few days.
Though not pictured, the weekend got off to a nice start at a happy hour organized by a coworker. You simply can’t go wrong with a margarita on the rocks, a plate of fried pickles, and reuniting with some folks you haven’t seen in a while (and meeting [...]
For over a decade February and March have been busy months for me, mostly due to my involvement with Rock N’ Roll Revival at Severna Park High School. For these two months, a lot of effort is expended by our tech crew — along with numerous alumni and parents — to put forth an excellent [...]
There’s something about this building that struck me as odd. It sits alongside Maryland Route 2 in Brooklyn Park; the exact location is tagged on Flickr.
I spontaneously decided to make this into a little contest, just now. So I’ve got a $10 gift card to Costco (which I believe you can use without having a [...]
What the heck is this?
This structure is somewhat of a mystery to me. It sits at the bottom of one side of a man-made hill. There’s a road at the top of the hill. There’s a 24″ pipe inside that allows the marsh (to the lower left) to drain under the hill and downstream (to [...]
Staying in the same place for months, it’s easy to forget how beautiful this county is. Driving up 83N through northern Maryland and up 15N through Pennsylvania and New York this time of year is a rich and colorful experience. The leaves are turning and there’s a great mixture of green, red, orange, and yellow [...]
I finally got around to burning some additional RSS feeds. These feeds aren’t exactly new, but I didn’t ever make a point to advertise their existence or make any effort to see how many people were subscribed.
This first one includes the last title, caption, and thumbnail of the last 20 photos that I’ve added to [...]