I’ve spent a little time reorganizing my favorite photos. This is something I’ve been planning on doing for a while. I’ve tried to find a rought categorization for it all, based around architectural, object and people shots. And I’ve really tried to cut stuff out. But I’ve still ended up with over 150 shots. I think my bar for “favorite” may still be a little low…
Find a famous person’s grave – findagrave.com
Sharing web registrations – BugMeNot.com
Guardian NetNotes. Stories in links – Guardian Unlimited
Radio masts disguised as trees – The Register
Xbox Media Player allows streaming of media to your XBox
I’ve finally got around to posting some more architectural shots. I’m missing visiting “cool” buildings. These are shots I took of the Transparent Factory in Dresden, Germany, that I visited a couple of months ago.
Crescent House – stunning house we saw on Grand Design by Ken Shuttleworth of Foster & Partners
For those of you (or, rather, both of you) who noticed that I’d already posted photos from the reception of Sam and Josh Terrell, I went ahead and redid them a little larger, using the same album generating tool I used for the frosty towpath (see previous entry).
OK, after a long period of extremely manual album making, I’m finally trying something more automated with this series of shots of the towpath outside our house on a frosty day. I’m using a tool called JAlbum which alows the creation of complex templates from which you can publish your pictures.
Thumbnail generation is automatic. Sub-page generation is automatic, and they have a whole set of tage you can use to set up the pages any way you want. It’s a bit like MovableType for images, but feels more flexible (to me) then MT for handling albums.