I took a business trip to Columbia, South Carolina in August 1996. I had a little extra time one afternoon, so I drove to Charleston and took a few pictures. Photos were taken with a Kodak DC50 digital camera. Click the image below for the full set.
Greetings! I’m sending this out through the Internet. You’d think this would be easy, right? As it turns out, it’s not.
Remember how frustrated you were when you last used a product so badly thought out that you wondered if you and the designers were natives of the same planet?
If not, may I recommend the Casio QV-10? I can guarantee you’ll be left wondering about the possibility of alien life forms and their potential role in consumer electronics design on Planet Earth.
Snow began here around 10pm on January 6; it ended about 10am on January 8. We got plenty of snow (in excess of two feet). These pictures were shot using an Apple QuickTake digital camera after I finished digging a trench down our driveway so that it might be possible to get the cars out.
VideoGuide is one of the neater pieces of consumer electronics that I’ve run into recently. It’s a set-top box designed to make the process of finding and using television programming easier.