February 28, 2010
I don't want to go in to a lot of detail about it, but it was a good way to see how you interact with people and products.
Now all I can do is wait and see if I make it to the next step.
I got a more expensive platter, $20, (pictured) and it was filling, and the quality was amazingly good. I didn't get photos, but the platter also came with soup, a salad, and a hefty bowl of rice.
The service was excellent, and the atmosphere was wonderful. I actually felt like I was in the Japan I've seen so much on "No Reservations" and read about in books.
The specs on it are pretty bad now: 4 gb Hdd, 233 mhz processor, 256 mb RAM, OS 9.2. The monitor, despite the photo still looks vibrant and bright. It refuses to show up in my photos though because of shutter speed issues.
I remember using this thing well back in the days of middle school and at home. The only games I had for it were Oregon Trail and the first two Monkey Islands.
This is the Mac Cube from 2001 shown with the original everything. These were pretty cool little boxes back in the day. They didn't have fans to cool them, it was all air based and extremely quiet.
My uncle upgraded this one to an intense level: New case, new motherboard, new processor, new memory, and so on. It has OS X.4 and still runs like a new mac.
February 19, 2010
This was not fun for my car since no where in the park was plowed in the slightest, and I had to park it somewhere...
February 15, 2010
February 11, 2010
I am generally not a huge fan of self-portraits, and I absolutely refuse to do those really poor shots you see all over facebook. The reason I'm not a fan of doing them is because it can be frustrating setting up a shot with no subject in the frame. There is a lot of trial and error with both the depth of field, focus, and framing.
Usually, I spend a lot of time photoshopping out backgrounds, finding new backgrounds, and trying to make everything match. All I had to do in this case was make it black and white then add a sepia tone.
February 6, 2010
February 5, 2010
The board itself is a Sims 1445, and I've had it since 2000. I had to get bindings put on because I'm left-handed and that makes everything harder for me.
February 3, 2010
February 2, 2010
February 1, 2010
Also, I just realized that I posted a shot of this same place, only in fog, on January 17th. They naturally contrast each other.