Singularly Focused On Chewing
Originally uploaded by Juston Western
Few things make a Puggle more content.
Alternate titles for this post included "When Lake Woodlands Attacks" , "Aquatic Park Benches" , and "I Think My Fountain Has Swine Flu".
Today was the kind of day I planned for when I purchased my MacBook Pro 15 months ago: 20 applications open, 3 Firefox windows totaling 62 tabs, Photoshop, Xcode, every MS Office application, & Google Earth. I love technology. :-)
Beautiful weather, cold beer, and all-you-can-eat crawfish...not a bad Sunday lunch.
All my notes spread out in Puggles' room as I try to logically correlate the gathered information. And a little Longboard Island Lager by the baseboard to quench my thirst.
Testing out a pre-release version of the Google Voice iPhone application. This is likely the final piece of the puzzle I needed to switch to my Google Voice 281# full time.
Note the full 3G coverage. Screenshot taken less than 50 ft away from my desk, where I get 1 bar of EDGE on a sunny day, & periods of "No Service" on cloudy days. Hey Ralph de la Vega: how about some of that 850MHz network upgrade love here in Houston?
Interestingly, no signage exists prohibiting threats such as weapons or narcotics. Of note, however, are the 1,300 popcorn-related deaths in The Woodlands this year alone. May God help those on the 1st floor.
My iPod Nano, Nike+ Transmitter, & Nike+ iPod WatchRemote chilling on a carpet coaster in preparation for their New Orleans debut at the Crescent City Classic this Saturday.
As odd as it seems, yes, I'm actually reading software development books for leisure. It's actually pretty fun & interesting learning about programming when it's in a "want to" context instead of a "have to" context.
The little guy can consume steak faster than I can drink water. Apparently chewing is optional in both scenarios.
The Green Wave couldn't pull out a win this day, but it was still fun
getting to see some college baseball again.
Down at the University of Houston for an iPhone development seminar given by Apple Engineer Steve Hayman. Great way to spend an afternoon.