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Adam Bartlett
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Attended University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Lived in Austin, Tx
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SXSW is coming. Are you ready? (SXSW music 2014, 6th street)
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down in the valley

7 minute+ long exposure near Denning, Arkansas, USA. Shot with Nikon D7000, sigma 10-20 at 10mm, f/5.6, ISO 400. 
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kings bluff falls, pelsor, arkansas

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kings bluff falls, pelsor, arkansas

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Used my Mamiya 645 with Provia 100F for this shot.  The old fashioned way sometimes is fun, and sometimes gives you really unique results like this one.

Mamiya 645, Provia 100F, 80/2.8.  1/60th @ 2.8.  Good old PC sync cord tied to a Nikon SB-25 providing bounce light off of the white tent roof.
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Education
  • University of Arkansas at Little Rock
    Business Admistration, 2007 - 2009
  • Arkansas Tech University
    Computer and Information Science, 2001 - 2005
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Introduction
Systems administrator and poor quality cyclist living in Austin, Texas.  Tells stories about growing up in west Arkansas and computers.
Bragging rights
I never got busy in a Burger King bathroom
Work
Occupation
Systems Administration
Employment
  • FreightWatch International
    Manager, IT Systems, 2009 - present
  • EMC Corporation
    Software Configuration And Release Engineer, 2008 - 2009
  • Acxiom
    Software Configuration Manager, 2005 - 2008
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Previously
Austin, Tx - Little Rock, AR - Denning, AR - Russellville, AR
Excellent little B&B on the outskirts of Dingle town. Very quiet area but only a couple minutes drive into Dingle town. Nice view out the front door. Breakfast was very good. I would stay here again.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
My wife and I were really happy here. The wifi is fast (the key item for the millennials - if I can't Instagram or Facebook, then that's a big no-no), the room was very well sized (we never felt crampt, even with bags and bags of luggage, equipment, and other stuff), the breakfast is exceptional, and Mary is great. While our room could have used a bit of updating, at 65 euro per night for 2 people and the other amenities being A+, I'm not going to complain one iota.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Trust me, one of the worst steaks and sides I've ever eaten at any price, much less the outlandish prices that they charge you here. Server was rude, you'd expect them to at least try and act friendly like most Texans try to be, or at least the ones outside the Panhandle. Sure you can watch someone try and fail to eat a 72 ounce steak, but it's an overpriced, overrated, over-everythinged tourist trap trying to be super-Texan, when it's just frankly an embarrassment to what our fine state stands for.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Went in with a week of constant GI issues. Doctor saw me and said "well, nothing I can do for you, take OTC Immodium which you told me isn't working". Sent me a big bill for a temp and BP check with two or three minutes of "consultation". Won't go back or recommend anyone else go to this scam.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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We eat a lot of Tex-Mex. I mean a lot of Tex-Mex. Something about living in the Tex part, and going to the Mex part often. The Hungry Mexican met most of our needs: we didn't expect to find something this nice in Dublin. I had the Chimichanga plate, which was a bit unique in that well, it's not deep fried like a chimichanga, but baked, so it actually was a bit healthier (while still crispy), and the filling of shredded beef was very good. I could imagine eating this dish in downtown Austin, with the capital in sight (looking at you Texas Chili Parlour). My wife had the chicken fajitas, and we both decided they were missing something: maybe lime, maybe some more dried spice, but the meat quality was superb, much much finer than most any Tex-Mex joint I've been to outside of very high end restaurants (I also noted that there were not a lot of peppers on the plate, maybe a sourcing thing). She really enjoyed the pico and pineapple salsas. The guacamole was also unique in a non-authentic sense, but I discount that for probably difficulties in obtaining consistent and cost effective avocados.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
For what should be a tourist trap, the burgers and sandwiches we had were pretty good and the pie was great. Frankly, eat here and skip the way overpriced shitty steak place in Amarillo, you'll save a fortune and get a real Texas experience. I wonder if the 1 star reviews are thinking the gas station across IH-40, as the menu was pretty decently sized for a diner in the middle of nowhere Panhandle, and the staff was friendly and there really isn't space "out back" for someone to pester you or threaten your car (and I'm sure if there was an issue, the staff here would dial the sheriff, as the Barney Fife's of the Panhandle are always is looking for something to do)
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Great bar, good food. Kind people, never had a complaint about this establishment.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago