With spring moving along, and slowly giving way to what should be summer (12C is not summer..), the local robins are showing their offspring the area. Yesterday, while I was in the garden, the young robin (seen on the compost
While I’ve been unable to find my D750, I’ve at least found my D700, and my Nikkor 2.8 Micro lens. Can’t find my tripod quick release plate (it’s probably on the D750), but I’m still getting some reasonable results hand-held.
With Ireland going into “don’t go anywhere” mode, and the supermarket shelves bare of flour, I went online looking for flour so that I can bake my own bread. Found a nice site, Kells, and picked up 10 kg of
I’ve been following a bunch of YouTube channels (like Mike Waldt’s) for over a year now, watching people turn wood into household furniture, pens, bowls etc. It’s been very soothing, and rather interesting (then add channels like AvE, This Old
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a tourist in possession of a bad road map must be in want of a Bajan to give directions. And Bajan directions are not some trite notion of how to get from A
Today I learned that the diagram style that shows two or more vertical lines with actions going from line to line is called a sequence diagram, and it’s a UML thing (we never got in to UML when I was