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Wed - Feb 06, 2008 : 03:16 pm
excited
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LDS Online Scriptures
orson
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Recently I was reading from scriptures.lds.org and decided it could be improved to make it easier to read. Here is what it looks like normally. A couple things bugged me. Narrow text is generally easier to read. So, I made it more narrow. Also, the superscript letters that signify a footnote throw off the line spacing. I figured out a cool l...
Thu - Oct 25, 2007 : 01:40 pm
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Optical Illusion
orson
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Last night before going to bed, I (well my wife) discovered an interesting phenomenon. Some type of optical trick/illusion, I don't know what is actually causing it. I was playing with a laser pointer with the lights out. It was completly dark and my wife asked me if I could see the blue streak seemingly coming out of the red dot. At first I didn...
Sat - Oct 20, 2007 : 04:38 pm
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PayPal/Verisign Security Key
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I got one of those PayPal security keys a little while ago. I got one after hearing about it from the security now podcast. Now I use it for PayPal and Verisign's OpenID. Since it is based off of cryptographic algorithms. I decided to start using it for random numbers whenever I needed one. I do this all the time. Flip a coin? I don't carry c...
Sun - Oct 14, 2007 : 06:22 pm
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Fall Colors
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Many people like fall because of all the colors. I am one of them. I got up this morning and noticed a red glow coming out of one of the rooms. Some of the trees just outside the window had gone into full color. ...
Mon - Sep 24, 2007 : 08:46 pm
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Nothing Quick About Charcoal
orson
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My wife and I got a dutch oven set about a month ago. We finally decided to try it out. We have both seen and helped with dutch oven cooking before, but have never done it without the help of someone more experienced. Problem #1 You need to get the coals lit before you can cook anything. I tried a couple methods to get them started. Pile o...
Food
Sun - Sep 23, 2007 : 03:27 pm
no mood
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Texture Extraction
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Using The Gimp to remove low frequency data from an image. When I take a picture of something I would like to use for texture, there is often a slight change in the color across the entire image. I want to keep the detail, but make the overall color even across the image. This is a picture of dusty rain marks on the hood of my car: It is l...
Sat - Sep 01, 2007 : 11:33 pm
tired
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html Images
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I was goofing around with The Gimp and noticed it had a couple save as html options. I played around with them and settled on using the colorxhtml one. This is how I took this image and turned it into a cool text html thingy. Before: After: The process goes like this: Open the image. Make sure the image is in the cor...
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Sun - Oct 14, 2007 : 06:22 pm
happy
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Fall Colors
orson
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Many people like fall because of all the colors. I am one of them. I got up this morning and noticed a red glow coming out of one of the rooms. Some of the trees just outside the window had gone into full color. ...
Thu - Oct 25, 2007 : 01:40 pm
content
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0.62 daily views
2488 total views
Optical Illusion
orson
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Last night before going to bed, I (well my wife) discovered an interesting phenomenon. Some type of optical trick/illusion, I don't know what is actually causing it. I was playing with a laser pointer with the lights out. It was completly dark and my wife asked me if I could see the blue streak seemingly coming out of the red dot. At first I didn...
Sat - Sep 01, 2007 : 11:33 pm
tired
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779 total views
html Images
orson
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I was goofing around with The Gimp and noticed it had a couple save as html options. I played around with them and settled on using the colorxhtml one. This is how I took this image and turned it into a cool text html thingy. Before: After: The process goes like this: Open the image. Make sure the image is in the cor...
Sun - Sep 23, 2007 : 03:27 pm
no mood
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2477 total views
Texture Extraction
orson
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(how-to)
Using The Gimp to remove low frequency data from an image. When I take a picture of something I would like to use for texture, there is often a slight change in the color across the entire image. I want to keep the detail, but make the overall color even across the image. This is a picture of dusty rain marks on the hood of my car: It is l...
Mon - Sep 24, 2007 : 08:46 pm
melancholy
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0.19 daily views
769 total views
Nothing Quick About Charcoal
orson
1 comment
My wife and I got a dutch oven set about a month ago. We finally decided to try it out. We have both seen and helped with dutch oven cooking before, but have never done it without the help of someone more experienced. Problem #1 You need to get the coals lit before you can cook anything. I tried a couple methods to get them started. Pile o...
Food
Wed - Feb 06, 2008 : 03:16 pm
excited
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0.38 daily views
1495 total views
LDS Online Scriptures
orson
1 comment
(how-to)
Recently I was reading from scriptures.lds.org and decided it could be improved to make it easier to read. Here is what it looks like normally. A couple things bugged me. Narrow text is generally easier to read. So, I made it more narrow. Also, the superscript letters that signify a footnote throw off the line spacing. I figured out a cool l...
Sat - Oct 20, 2007 : 04:38 pm
excited
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0.34 daily views
1359 total views
PayPal/Verisign Security Key
orson
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I got one of those PayPal security keys a little while ago. I got one after hearing about it from the security now podcast. Now I use it for PayPal and Verisign's OpenID. Since it is based off of cryptographic algorithms. I decided to start using it for random numbers whenever I needed one. I do this all the time. Flip a coin? I don't carry c...
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Thu - Oct 25, 2007 : 01:40 pm
content
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0.62 daily views
2488 total views
Optical Illusion
orson
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Last night before going to bed, I (well my wife) discovered an interesting phenomenon. Some type of optical trick/illusion, I don't know what is actually causing it. I was playing with a laser pointer with the lights out. It was completly dark and my wife asked me if I could see the blue streak seemingly coming out of the red dot. At first I didn...
Sun - Sep 23, 2007 : 03:27 pm
no mood
   rated 0 times
0.61 daily views
2477 total views
Texture Extraction
orson
0 comments
(how-to)
Using The Gimp to remove low frequency data from an image. When I take a picture of something I would like to use for texture, there is often a slight change in the color across the entire image. I want to keep the detail, but make the overall color even across the image. This is a picture of dusty rain marks on the hood of my car: It is l...
Wed - Feb 06, 2008 : 03:16 pm
excited
   rated 0 times
0.38 daily views
1495 total views
LDS Online Scriptures
orson
1 comment
(how-to)
Recently I was reading from scriptures.lds.org and decided it could be improved to make it easier to read. Here is what it looks like normally. A couple things bugged me. Narrow text is generally easier to read. So, I made it more narrow. Also, the superscript letters that signify a footnote throw off the line spacing. I figured out a cool l...
Sat - Oct 20, 2007 : 04:38 pm
excited
   rated 0 times
0.34 daily views
1359 total views
PayPal/Verisign Security Key
orson
0 comments
I got one of those PayPal security keys a little while ago. I got one after hearing about it from the security now podcast. Now I use it for PayPal and Verisign's OpenID. Since it is based off of cryptographic algorithms. I decided to start using it for random numbers whenever I needed one. I do this all the time. Flip a coin? I don't carry c...
Sun - Oct 14, 2007 : 06:22 pm
happy
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0.20 daily views
821 total views
Fall Colors
orson
1 comment
Many people like fall because of all the colors. I am one of them. I got up this morning and noticed a red glow coming out of one of the rooms. Some of the trees just outside the window had gone into full color. ...
Sat - Sep 01, 2007 : 11:33 pm
tired
   rated 0 times
0.19 daily views
779 total views
html Images
orson
1 comment
(how-to)
I was goofing around with The Gimp and noticed it had a couple save as html options. I played around with them and settled on using the colorxhtml one. This is how I took this image and turned it into a cool text html thingy. Before: After: The process goes like this: Open the image. Make sure the image is in the cor...
Mon - Sep 24, 2007 : 08:46 pm
melancholy
   rated 0 times
0.19 daily views
769 total views
Nothing Quick About Charcoal
orson
1 comment
My wife and I got a dutch oven set about a month ago. We finally decided to try it out. We have both seen and helped with dutch oven cooking before, but have never done it without the help of someone more experienced. Problem #1 You need to get the coals lit before you can cook anything. I tried a couple methods to get them started. Pile o...
Food