I travel reasonably frequently for work, turns out that I’ve been away from home for more than a year over the last 7 years.
I doubt this will work like I want it to work, and it didn’t so here is an image post. Anyway, you can see the proper 360 version on the Theta 360 website.
Why are you busting my balls Austria, I just need to call my bank in Australia and find out why I can’t withdraw any money!
And below is the flat version of the image as well.
Basically there doesn’t seem to be a way to embed the Theta 360 images on WordPress.com, so to actually see the 360 photo you’ll need to click on the link above.
End of the day, catching up on some YouTube, drinking some wine, watching the moon rising, been a good day in Baar. (at ibis Baar Zug)
There was a couple of times where I thought that there’s no way he’s making it out of that…make sure you watch it to end as it shows the barrel in real time.
I’ve been travelling a lot of late, combo that with a build up of work in the office, I’m a bad blogger.
Hopefully after this current trip, I’m sitting in Sydney Airport waiting for a flight currently, things will settle a bit and I can start catching up on the happenings…
I just downloaded Buddhify after watching the video, looks gorgeous and serves a very obvious purpose. Hopefully I can tell you how much more centred I am tomorrow.
These are my favourite surf movies, one’s that tell / show a story about the location rather than just showing a bunch of surfers ripping apart waves and busting aerials.
(via Coudal Partners)
I recently purchased an Aeropress for when I’m travelling for work, I just got sick and tired of terrible hotel room coffee and it’s pretty easy to brew up something decent with an Aeropress…but there was a step I was forgetting…
After starting your timer, “bloom” the grounds by pouring 100 grams (3oz, or enough to cover the coffee) of the filtered water just off boil. This step allows the grounds to saturate with water, forcing out gases and priming the coffee for the brewing process. To help this process, use a spoon to lightly stir the grounds and water to ensure all the grounds have been saturated.
Apparently the ‘bloom’ can make quite the difference.
Two whites wines and six reds are currently available – including a 2011 Yabby Lake Single Vineyard Pinot Noir, 2009 Wolf Blass Platinum Label Shiraz, Henschke Hill of Grace Shiraz and Penfolds Grange.
Prices range from 800 points for a taste of 2010 Penfolds Reserve Bin Chardonnay up to 6,500 points for a half glass of ’07 Grange or ’96 Hill of Grace.
I could be tempted to blow out 6500 points on the Grange…
It’s just that easy…
Yeh it’s something that bugs me too, specially when you get the power hungry snarky Jetstar flight attendant who goes crazy on you and threatens to throw you off the flight… I’ve seen it happen.
(via Laughing Squid.)