This is really old, but it is AWESOME. If you ask my very humble opinion.
(It's one of my homages to Joost Elffers & Saxton Freyman.)
Things I learned this week:
1. The consensus, among a group of midwesterners and southerners, is that I have a Jersey accent! I thought I talked the same as everyone else here. I've been trying to compare my dialect to a "normal" accent--or at least a Chicago-area-midwestern accent--and all I can figure is that everyone else here talks a bit like a bunch of valley girls.
2. This photoblog looked horrible in IE 6. When I'd previously checked the compatibility on a Windows computer, everything seemed fine... but apparently that computer was running Internet Explorer 7, and there's actually a difference between IE 6 and IE 7. I think I've added some hacks to the layout, so it should read semi-normally now, but please please please let me know if anything looks funky.
2a. This photoblog looks horrible on a really bright monitor.
Can you see 11 different shades of gray?
How 'bout 11 different shades of dark gray?...
...and 11 shades of light gray?
If one end of the spectrum or another is blending together for you (meaning, if you can make out fewer than 11 different shades of gray in each bar--especially the light grays, 'cos I know the dark grays kind of blend into my whole page background), I'd suggest looking into recalibrating your monitor. It takes about 5 minutes, and it will probably make your overall internet experience much more pleasurable.
3. About 40% of people don't have a psoas minor, and about 14% don't have a palmaris longus.
Just throwin' it out there.
Date: August 2006
Where/What: playing with fruit (and clay)
Camera: Nikon Coolpix 3200
Aperture: f 2.8
Listening to: Short Skirt, Long Jacket (Cake)
Thankful for: internet access