A Random Guy, posting about Random Stuff...
Just a quick, check in, but with the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11's historic landing on the moon later this year, I wanted to share a little history of Neil Armstrong, courtesy of Curious Droid.
What more can I say, 2016 was an incredible year for me, as I witnessed the birth of my second child, my little princess. What a better way to kick of 2017 then with a bit of humor. Enjoy.
Time really does fly by, just noticed that I haven't posted since July, I'll be posting much more very soon, as a lot has happend in the past few months, in the mean time lets enjoy some classic Journey.
Wow, June 2016, what can say it's been a busy month, was planning on moving almost immediately after returning with my family from a month long stay in the US. Have a lot on my plate and curious to see where my career is going. Also working on my son's 1 year video, yes I know its very late, but stay tuned.
In any case July turned out to be a whirlwind as well. Can't believe we've reach the halfway point already...
Being so far away in the Philippines, I have an interesting vantage point on world events, and a must say, what a mess... in just the last few months... Paris, Orlando, Dallas, and now Baton Rouge of all places.
In all my travels, one thing rings universal, music... so I leave you with this
Just arrived back in Manila after a month long trip to the US. Flying literally halfway around the world with the wife and a 1 year old wasn't easy but we did... May was a great month, more to come soon...
As Linus at LinusTechTips found out, never rely on a raid array as a backup, a single controller failure can cause catastrophic outcomes including complete loss of data... Many in the film industry state that if your shots aren't backed up in a least 3 locations they don't exist.
For years, I've been a fan of the cinema... Some of my best memories of my youth were spending hot humid summer afternoons at the local theater catching the latest blockbuster... I've also spent countless hours watching classic cinema from Cecile B. DeMille to Alfred Hitchock to more modern masterpieces from Robert Zemeckis and Ridley Scott, don't get me started on Blade Runner. One thing anyone whom has seen films from various decades has noticed is the shape is different as time goes by, getting wider and wider but why? And Why do I have those black bars on my TV, even if mine is widescreen? The answer is an interesting one dating all the way back to the days of Thomas Edison, culminating in an ongoing war to this day between the movie house and the home theater. One of my favorite Vimeo/Youtube channels Filmmaker IQ.com has what I consider to the be definitive discussion of this topic. John Hess gives an entertaining lesson on the changing shape of cinema.