Sometimes the pocket supercomputer/library/entertainment/communication/ubertools just get a mind of their own. There are some odd things found on there some times.
As someone who earned a check writing computer programs for many years back in the day, I have a general belief that the machines do what we tell them to – we just often don’t understand what we’re telling them to do, so we act baffled when they do it.
I haven’t checked this frame by frame, but it doesn’t seem that there’s anything nasty or indecent in it. The likelihood of that being true is helped considerably by the fact that my life is pretty boring and mundane.
This may or may not be a good thing.
No – it’s not the number of traffic accidents tomorrow which are caused as a side effect of Daylight Saving Time going into effect over most of the United States.
But that’s a good guess!
I absolutely love the time lapse photography functions built into the iPhone. Add it to a rare day in LA where there’s a bit of weather moving through…
Now if I could just figure out how to get ride of the reflections off the inside of the windows. (There’s a “bar” across the top of the image about a fifth of the way down – that’s the top of the file cabinet the camera was tilted up against.)
Still, nice clouds. Next maybe some lightning? Please?
Filed under Video, Weather
Still here. Well, not here, but here.
Has anyone ever worked as a lifeguard? I’m seeing a meme going around on Twitter and FaceBook which says that a key rule (the first rule?) of being a lifeguard is to always remember that you have to save yourself in order to save anyone else.
It sounds kitschy and cliched, but it has enough of a ring of truth to it to make me wonder.
Any past or present Wendy Peffercorn types who can either confirm or deny?