We’ll be seeing them at the Red Butte Garden near the University of Utah campus. Can’t wait for the show!! The last time I saw them in concert was at Northrop Auditorium on the U of M campus in 2004 (or so) so this is well overdue.
Everyday Carry (EDC) is about showing and sharing the items carried in bags or pockets on a daily basis. You know, the essentials that you always have with you. I find this is such a cool concept for a site…it’s very anonymous but still personally expressive for the contributing community. I’d be curious to see what my own EDC has been like over time. Mine today:
His plot description leaves me a bit confused…maybe more bewildered than confused. I suppose they’ll be old now, and will have to travel back in time to inspire their younger selves (or get inspiration from the old garage setup).
Sadly though, there’s no chance of a Carlin cameo. Wondering if perhaps Sarah Silverman will somehow fill his void. Perhaps Death himself will shed some light on the subject…http://moviesblog.mtv.com/2011/04/04/keanu-reeves-bill-and-ted-3-script/
Doxie showed up in the middle of the week, and I was too busy with the quarter-end madness to do much other than unbox her. At a foot long and a couple inches wide, I knew I’d found the right form factor for my decluttering project.
- Most of the scanning process happens in the background (the software doesn’t pull focus all the time, and I can focus entirely on the scanner, rather than having to flip back to the GUI.
- Documents can be scanned as a single page per document, or multiple pages (of multiple sizes). This is killer as I’ve run into some very kludgey implementations of this in the past.
- The Doxie software is very lightweight…I can have music going and even a movie playing in the background without any issues while scanning.
- Paper that had stiff creases can stall in the scanner, creating stretched images
(I don’t like it when the scan looks like this)
- When scanning a multi-page document, there’s not a good way to reorder the pages. I ended up starting over a few of these…hassle and extra time
The Simpsons dubbed in Russian…let it load a bit, then skip to the 3 minute mark to hear Mr Burns and Smithers talking…the voiceovers are HILARIOUS!!!