Shot on iPhone 6

Apple has a new page on their site titled “Shot on iPhone 6.” This collection of photographs feature some of the best images taken with an iPhone 6. Of course, low light is still uncharted territory for the iPhone and you probably won’t see any of them in this mega gallery. I only got through roughly two dozen photos before I realized how long the list actually is. 

For your viewing pleasure.

The Weekend Off

I took the weekend off from blogging. It’s the first time in a while that I haven’t posted something, even just a link. I wanted to take time and focus on myself and personal enrichment. Because I’m looking for a new job since we’re moving, it was fitting that I spend most of my time in that category, including education. I spent all weekend working on my CCNA and sprucing up my Linux deployment skills. It’s nothing too exciting, but I did learn that NodeJS is a little memory leaker, that’s for sure. 

I started a dev blog running Ghost, just for kicks, and let it sit. It gets zero traffic, but NodeJS keeps using more memory. I feel it’s one of those things that’ll eventually use as much as it can and deal with the repercussions later. I am not thrilled. I’ll keep an eye on it.

Needless to say I’m back on the horse for the week ahead. Next weekend will likely yield the same set of tasks, but I might sneak in a post or two.

Buzz Killers

It wouldn’t be a groundbreaking moment in history unless an opposing political party starting whining and groaning and stomping their feet until they get their way.

US Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) and Senator Thom Tillis (R-N.C.) today filed legislation to overturn the municipal broadband decision the Federal Communications Commission made earlier in the day.

Let’s keep in mind this isn’t net neutrality overall, just the ruling the FCC made regarding a municipality’s ability to expand outside their designated territory.

If someone didn’t contact, I’d be surprised.

If you want to read the whole act titled “States’ Rights Municipal Broadband Act of 2015,” here you go.


Apple Event: March 9

If you haven’t heard already, you probably live in a cave. March 9th is Apple’s next event where they’ll probably announce the Apple Watch. Some say there’ll be more than that. With Apple, they could host a brunch, toss out an invite, and people would speculate on it.


We all make mistakes, right? That’s not just me?

Mistakes are the portals of discovery. ~ James Joyce

To err is to be human, and even though we’re always striving for greatness, sometimes we falter. It’s what happens when you’ve hit bottom that counts.

Whatever you do, don’t give up. That’s a mistake all in itself.