I used to enjoy photo editing a lot. I loved working in Aperture, it made sense to me in a way that Lightroom doesn’t, to make my photos look the way I wanted them to look.
Nowadays, I really don’t like editing my photos. I understand how to use Lightroom, but it just doesn’t “feel” right to me, and I guess that’s what slows me down.
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.
Ever wondered why you flip your pillow to the cool side when you cannot sleep? Because temperature is key to good sleep!
Moona is a patent-pending smart sleep system that induces and deepens sleep, by smartly adjusting your head and neck temperature throughout the night.
Shut up and take my money!
I was Googling for an answer on how to use a Lightbox overlay for my photo galleries here on my blog. I nearly upgraded my WordPress.com plan to a business one so that I could install a plugin for a JS / Lightbox type thing…
Turns out, all you need to do is enable the carousel, and the background colour, in Settings / Media, simple as that.
I wonder why it’s so hard to make a movie from a book, or, why do so many book to film adaptations suck?
James Patterson is a fantastic writer, Alex Cross is one of my favourite detective / thriller series, but boy was that Alex Cross movie terrible.
Zoo, another James Patterson book, was a terrible TV show. It barely ressembled the book.
Another author I quite like is Stephen King. His book to movie adaptations are pretty ordinary too, sure there were a couple of good ones, IT, The Shining, The Stand, Misery, but for the most part they weren’t remotely as good as the book.
Why is it so hard to make a good movie from a book? Is it the acting choices, is it that books can be way more descriptive, what is the missing ingredient?
I’ve been improving all the time since I had the surgery on my spine. I’ve been meditating every day, feeling good…then I had a gastro bug last Friday and I’ve been feeling so flat, tired, and completely defeated since.
Next week will be a better week.
I deleted my Spotify premium account yesterday, not for anything Spotify had done, but because I got a Google Home and decided it was easier to use it with Google Play.
I only had a couple of playlists on Spotify, so it wasn’t a messy breakup…