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Bob Grosh
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Sunrise
These two photos were taken 56 seconds after 07:30 AM, The exact second of sunrise at the tree's longitude.  iPod Touch To find an accurate sunrise time, go to http://sunrise-sunset.org/ That site will most likely give you the exacy second of sunrise at t...

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Inspired by a french artist that paints kids on buildings, I took some of my dads slides and did a little modification. Fun! And not that hard. Find something that inspires you and see if you can apply it to your family photos.

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Now that Clyde ( the robotic mower), takes care of the tiring job of trimming the grass, I have the time and energy to fix the flower beds. I started with trimming the bottom branches of the magnolia, adding edging and flowers... ...And trains. Here is a li...

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Initial smart kitchen programing


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Cell phone Tech in a Screwdriver
Can technology change how we use something as mundane as a screwdriver? Cordless, battery operated screwdrivers have been around for years. But can the hot new tech we find in cell phones revolutionize the way we use cordless screwdrivers? A ton of wood Fir...

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Make a 3D image
Convert a old photo to 3D Making a 3D image from a 2D photo is easy, It's not automatic, but you can cut out a person and in a few mouse click get some nice results.  Visit www.3defy.com , then upload a picture and try it yourself.. There is no software to ...

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Panoramic photo
I use Microsoft ICE to make this. It is pretty easy, Mount a video camera on a tripod, take a 1 minute video while tilting and rotating the camera, then go to photosynth.net and process the video. The photosynth site is where you get ICE (Image Composite Ed...

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Saving your Family Photos for a Century (Part 2)
In my last post, I showed that, once your photos are converted to digital, they must be maintained so that they can be viewed on changing technology. Archivist recommend copying your family photos and related data to new media every few years. some say ever...
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