A big fire in the north of town, taken from my window
I’ve been using Adobe Lightroom to manage my photos since the first public beta, but I’ve missed some easy way to enter GPS coordinates into my pictures.
With Adobe Lightroom 4, you just mark the photos you want to embed coordinates in, push the “map” menuitem, and browse the map for the desired location. When you have found the spot, simply right-click and select “Add GPS Coordinates to Selected Photos” – and you’re done!!
When the coordinates are in place, zoom out on the map, and you will see your locations marked on the map 🙂
Just sitting at my computer when Timon wants to be near: time to climb to the top of my chair 😛
Öresund Rally was in town, and it would be a shame not to get some shots – so here they are 🙂
Just changed some of the LEDs @home – what a difference! From cold to warm 🙂
A new gallery: New LEDs 🙂
Was introduced to OpenTTD in the middle of my vacation – and then it stole all my time 😛
It’s a fun game – but don’t start playing if you still want some sleep 🙂
…. and it runs on: Linux, OS X and Windows …
Trying to get a healthier lifestyle I ended up buying a Garmin Forerunner 405 watch with HR-monitor.
Now, why buy an expensive watch for running? Well – I know myself, and have learnt the hard way I need something to tell me not to run like *beep*. I’ve done that a couple of times, and ended up with nothing each time – now I want it to be different.
The watch is awesome – telling me when to do what, and making sure to “yell” at me when I’m going too slow / fast. And then there’s the part after running – you get to see how you were doing, where 🙂
Have had a photoblog for a while, and also wanted to have some place to put the stuff I learn while fooling around with linux (also called working).
So the result was to put all my pages in one place, so I might consider updating more often – but time will tell 😀
One thing is sure: The page won’t make webdesigners happy – if they want a better design, go for it- I might use it, but the reward will be limited to a beer 🙂