Current Production Disks

As a follow on to this post here, the list below is what I have in all my current running systems including production client “remote backup” services (on QNAP NAS systems). I’ve also changed my storage architecture (another post on that) but primarily, I’m currently mostly on SSDs and WD Red NAS disks. Currently running…

2012 Christmas Ginger Bread house

Last year, we managed a time-lapse of the construction (see here). This year, with a toddler roaming around the house, a camera on a tripod wasn’t a good idea so it’s just a couple of photos whenever I remember to grab the camera. Instead of a regular standard house, we decided that we’ll make a…

iPhone 4S + Camera + Life

The biggest improvement for me when upgrading to the new iPhone 4S is actually the camera. Yeah, I’ve a ton of apps but my core apps are frequently my communications and networking tools – messaging, email, social media, etc. The next most common app I use is the camera and Instagram. One thing for sure…

Webcasting

One thing I’ve observed in many local churches is the minimal use of internet technologies available. Websites and email aside as those are to be expected of any entity or organization today. I think it’s time they embrace more tools to enable better and greater reach. Recently, our cell group scheduled a session with the esteemed Reverend Lim Kar…

2011 Year in Photos

The year everything changed – 2011 Here’s looking back the 12 months in photos from blog entries excerpted over the year. JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL Surprisingly no photos and no entries in April. MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER

Ginger bread house timelapse

Building the Ginger bread house timelapse. EOS 40D, 16-35mm lens, 3890 frames, Graded with Magic Bullet looks   Gingerbread house Timelapse from Eugene Khoo on Vimeo.