This page is no longer maintained. Whatever is new, you'll find on the home
Since PhotoDude.com went online in January, 1997, I've added sections in dribs and drabs. This is a
list of things that have been added or changed, with the newest additions listed first, the oldest last:
- A complete site redesign has been completed, with a faster loading
interface, and a new look for the Web
- My web log, and Pixel Pile have been successfully moved
with all of its fine features. Gains for you, less pains for me.
- My Digital
Year; Palms, Cells, Cams & Blogs [December
30, '00] - A Neanderthal looks back with jaw drooping.
- Fat Lady Sings;
Court Asked to Stop Her [December 13, '00],
my wrap up piece on Electile Dysfunction 2000.
- Pixel Pile has been added to my web
log, offering a daily collection of the pixels I shake out
of my Nikon 990.
- Tortured by
Beta Browsers [August 8, '00] in
which I whine about two new preview releases, Netscape 6.0 PR2,
and Mozilla M17.
- From blogger.com: "A weblog, or blog, is a (usually, personal)
increasingly popular form of web page containing a collection
of links peppered with commentary and observations." I always
figured doing a web log would be a Time Sucking Vortex, but I
was wrong (go to blogger.com
to find out how). Now I can collect the thoughts from random neurons
that fire as I surf the web, then inflict them on others in PhotoDude's
- Citizens of
Me-Ville: the Special People [July 23,
'00] "Their time is more important than yours. After
all, they're Special. They're from Me-ville, where the whole world
revolves around them."
- As we approach the 2000 Games, I've prepared a Retrospective
Essay: The Olympics, 4 years later [July
15, '00] as well as a page of unsolicited
advice for anyone from the Sydney area who might be toying
with the idea of building an Olympic diary online.
- What's new? The entire site! On July 4th, I celebrated my independence
by launching an entirely revamped PhotoDude.com. You can read
a bit about it in the new Attitudes
section, in the article Goin'
Down to the Crossroads, to get my Redesign.
- A Tale of Two
Nests is fairly self explanatory. A few snapshots of new life,
for the fun of it.
- How You Got Where You
Went Today. Ever wonder exactly what the machines might look
like that keep your e-mail, or serve you web pages? Take a Road
Trip down the Information Superhighway.
- After 18 months (about 6 Internet Years), I decided it was high
time to revamp PhotoDude
- Yet another Holiday
Greeting from PhotoDude Labs (may take 30 seconds to fully
- I've added nine shots of Mono
Lake, with its famous other-worldly tufa formations.
- It was a bit early for Independence Day, but check out Lady
- Not long ago, I had an anniversary
- This page might as well be entitled PhotoDude Tilts at Windmills.
But if you are someone who has placed your copyrighted works on
the Web, you should take a minute to read
this, and find out how you can protect them from this "service."
- Sometimes creative demons make us do strange things for no apparent
reason. Like build a Java
Graphic Interface that does little and takes you nowhere.
Or create an entire navigation
interface inspired by a the design of a pack of Winston cigarettes.
- I've made much improved scans of my images of Yosemite,
as well as add new ones (16 images, on two pages).
- On July 19, 1998, there was a hellacious lightning storm in
Atlanta, and I stepped out onto my balcony to get these six
- Red Rock Road Trip
is a huge addition to my site, both in size and in style. It's
a photo safari to the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, and Antelope
Canyon, with over a hundred photos spread over a dozen pages.
- I've recently been experimenting with creating 3D web graphics
in Bryce 2.0. There are
three examples online.
- My Gallery
has grown with the addition of Bryce
Worlds, and my initial attempts to create "3D" worlds
with Bryce 2.0.
- Also in the Gallery, Digital
Inventions, where you can see samples of me stumbling into
the world of digital imaging.
- In the Places
section of my Portfolio, I've added images from Bodie,
a ghost town in California, and The
Valley of Fire, outside of Las Vegas.