Just a snowstorm at Rowan University campus, taking pictures with an LG vx6000 between classes.
Well, it snowed yesterday, and last night. Well over a foot on the ground. About 1:00 last night the snow plows came, so what is in these pictures is since the plows came. Time to get out the snow blower and shovels.
Well, it’s snowing (perhaps some pictures tomorrow if I remember, and my cell phone’s battery lasts). Anyway tonight and tomorrow I’ve got a fair amount of reading. World Lit, International Business, and Operations Management await. Yea.
I’m gearing up to post more pics. No fancy digital camera. But I do have a camera phone (as you can see above). WordPress is now semi-integrated with Gallery, so it’s easier for me to do (and maintain).
I’ve got photos
I’m going to try and start remembering to take photo’s with my cell phone when I see something cool. I’m so not used to having a camera on me, so it will take some adjustment.
I did happen to take a few photo’s in either July or August on the train. Tell me, which ride looks more relaxing after work?
From now on, I’ll try to remember. It could be fun.
Put up some new photo’s. Well kind of.
Over the summer, Bryant Park had concerts every Friday morning, for Good Morning America. The other day I stumbled upon a video of it (as it was broadcasted on TV). I was able to point myself out (well, not really… but whatever).
So here’s the Third Eye Blind captures Pretty cool to catch a concert on your way to work, and still be at your desk on time:
BTW: Bryant Park is also a wireless Hot Spot.
Sidenote: Yes, that’s a Bryant Park is valid XHTML. Pretty cool. WiFi and XHTML. Pretty techy! 😀
Windows Crashes Macy*s
This photo is legit (from my father’s digital camera) on Monday, July 07, 2003, 8:29:46 AM. I know it’s real because I saw it with my own two eyes.
Yep, that’s why I love my Mac. And that’s why my Thinkpad has 1GB of RAM.