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S’mores: a little fun in the Twitterverse

Remember s’mores, that gooey campfire treat we brought back from Scout camp? Several things have happened. It’s a US delicacy It’s hard to get the makings off-shore S’mores have inspired many gourmet Graham cracker, marshmallow and chocolate creations in the form of bars, pies, and ice cream. Twitter friend @SamsBellabob’s mum smuggled (Bella would never […]

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TabloTV Update

A couple of years ago, I wrote about Tablo TV, an off-air DVR product. Since then, TabloTV continues to improve with an Apple TV 4 App in the works (real soon now). TabloTV┬ámade firmware updates to support the app but the app is still awaiting release. Plex Plex is a OS independent media server that […]

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IPad Faceplant

In a moment of clumsiness in the dark my original iPad took a high dive off my dresser to do a face plant on the oak floor five feet below. Miraculously, there was no visible damage but sadly, no Apple Care. Yesterday I dropped by the Apple Store to visit the Genius Bar. Had I […]

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Almost Vegan Life

As I mentioned in my holiday letter, I’m eating mostly vegan. I’ll have a cheat meal or ice cream on the weekends but I’m sticking to the straight and narrow during the week — fruits, vegetables, beans, and nuts. Since the holiday, I’ve lost about 10 pounds. Eating vegan is not hard. To actually loose […]

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2011 Holiday Letter

Merry Christmas and best wishes for a happy and prosperous new year. 2011 is drawing to a close as a rather unremarkable year for me personally. I’ve been back in the Virginia low country for about 18 months now and am slowly recovering from my stay up north. Last winter, I managed to paint the […]

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RIP http://iweb.mac.com/davehamby

At the end of June 2012, Apple is retiring iWeb.mac.com so I’ve decided to move the blog to WordPress. WordPress is one of several web site content management systems and should be much more flexible than the Apple iWeb service. iWeb was convenient but the code was ugly and appearance changes difficult. I expect to […]