More photos online...

I had a number of errands to do tonight, and one of them was to get my latest roll of film developed. They weren't going to get scanned and uploaded today, but someone at the photo lab must have screwed up because I found a picture CD (which I didn't pay for) included when I opened up the envelope containing the prints.

I added a few photos to the first gallery for 2006, and also some photos that I took when out for a walk. Beware that train photos are included - it's not actually a bad area for railfanning around here. Within a not too long walk, there are two rail bridges (both accessible via public trails on both sides of the river), as well as a number of overpasses. Most of the train photos I took were just to showcase the spot, as in a lot of them the lighting wasn't the best.

By the way, one of this evenings errands was to go and vote. If I can be bothered to find a local Elections Canada office, find the silly thing in the maze that Calgary's road system is, and figure out the mail-in ballot voting procedure, the least that you can do is get to the polls later this month and cast a ballot.

(P.S. In case you didn't guess, Shaw did drop by the townhouse today to do an install)

The impossible has happened. . .

First, it was Ryan having a decent computer, then it was Ryan getting on the internet, and now it's Ryan getting high speed internet. Yes, that's right. I now am connected to the web via ADSL (through Telus). You may now commence your expected comments of "wow" and "amazing" and other comments that I know you will all make.


Just a quick note that I've placed the contents of six rolls of film shot over the last two weeks in the usual place. Take a look.

Back online - well, sort of

It's been an interesting week in Calgary thus far (more about that later), but I figured that I'd quickly post to mention that I've now got an active computing account (at least an active computing science computing account). Hopefully this will mean that I can now keep in touch a little better.

I've also got to do something about my amount of incoming spam. For the last week or so I've been averaging approximately 2000 spamish emails a day (someone is forging headers to use rotundus as the outgoing address and therefore I'm receiving a whole lot of bounce messages).


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