I've been crazy with work and while I have some things to write up here, I just haven't had time. I have been still doing stuff and shooting photos, but as I wrote, I now post those things over on my Facebook photography page, where I post at least one photo every day (like the amazing Severed show I shot last night, which are the photos in this entry). Also, please be sure to check out my new photo portfolio site. And, make sure you subscribe to my RSS feed to see whatever I post next here. Thanks for reading!
Hard to believe, but this blog has now been going 6 years today! You can view my first entries (with lots of broken links and missing graphics) here. I started the blog before Facebook become really popular, so I used to post a lot of funny videos and so on. These days I post about once a week or so, and generally only when I have something original to share, or something else happens that I want to put into context. I had moved a lot of photography onto the page a couple of years ago, but earlier this year I moved all my day to day photography onto my Facebook Photography Page. You can also see my photo highlights galleries on the links at the top of this page (check back soon because I'm redoing that in the next few days).
What's amazing to me is that Google analytics says I've had more than 27,000 unique visits just in the last year! That's what keeps me going, since I rarely get any feedback; if you like this or have constructive suggestions, please drop me a line using the contact form. Thanks to everyone for reading!
This is getting old...
I don't go to USITT every year, but I'm going this year and will be presenting a session on basic computer networking on March 26 2014, from 2:30PM - 4:00PM. Here's the session description:
John Huntington, author of Show Networks and Control Systems, introduces networks and their applications for shows. Key protocols such TCP/UDP/IP will be introduced, and some basic network topology issues will be covered. Key aspects of network operation will be demonstrated.
I hope to see you there!
Shot February 3, 2014. One shot every 30 seconds, 30 frame per second playback.