July Calendar

July brings us a few photos from Santa Cruze Natural Bridge. Like the photographs of the San Francisco bridge, these were taken on the same business trip. I wanted to drop by the place that was the birth of Santa Cruz Operation (SCO). A software company based in Santa Cruz, California which was best known for selling three Unix variants […]

April Calendar

The story behind the image, April Let us have a closer look at life. Macrophotography Macro photography is extreme close up of usually small things. First question is why is it no Micro? Well unlike economics where Macro is the whole, and micro is looking close at an individual contributor, Micro photography is extremely close (microscope). Though the photos from macrophotography, bring […]

Power out again

Still do not think it is worth a generator. Looks like with still 230,000 customers out we will have another dark night, and the refrigerator will need to be cleared out, but how much is that? $200 every year or so? It is not like I would have TV Internet and heat from a portable generator, that generator would be […]

February Calendar Image

The Story behind the image, February The caledar printing company, Bay Photo, choose pink for the base color of February (probably to do with the 14th). Joan and I descided that flowers would look good on this calendar, and choose one from Georgetown .  Georgetown, is one of our favorite places to walk. Not only because of Georgetown Cupcake, but because it is […]

Drive Performace in LightRoom PC

Benchmarks depend on many items. I used ATTO_Disk_Benchmark_3_05 to test the drives on the Lightroom system I built. —————— System Information —————— Operating System: Windows 10 Pro 64-bit (10.0, Build 16299) (16299.rs3_release.170928-1534) Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700K CPU @ 4.20GHz (8 CPUs), ~4.2GHz Memory: 65536MB RAM Available OS Memory: 65460MB RAM On my previous post on why I built the computer this […]

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