TV, iPad, soccer, cats--it must be Caturday!
Stella is my World Cup viewing cat.
There have been some great moments in World Cup viewing so far. First, Robin van Persie's amazing header in the Spain vs Netherlands game. It was just like flight, so graceful. Then there was the abominable Italy vs England game today. The winner was Italy, but the true winner was the Amazon and its 74% … Continue reading World Cup
The Spurs (Tottenham Hotspur, not the San Antonio Spurs) won today against Fulham in a 6:45 AM game, a good start for Caturday.
One thing I have to get used to is Glass's "wink" function. It's calibrated on setup, but try as I might, about half the time when I want it to work it doesn't, and sometimes when I'm minding my own business, it takes an unexpected photo. Here is one of them. Yes, watching soccer and … Continue reading Unexpected
Who know that having Glass would turn into regular walking/exercise. Not me. At least, I won't know until the 21 day habit marker is reached. Here are my new walking shoes. They are Asics, and they have gel in the soles. They came in mint, coral, and lavender. This is not pink; it is … Continue reading Not pink–coral
Saturday from two viewpoints: Google Glass and Sophie. Yes, that's soccer in the background.
Before the game against Indiana State. Let's hope this girl gets tall.
Another win for the Lady Bears. Here's a couple of quick clips. Video for something this fast moving can get interesting, but it's worth trying. The free throw is being shot by Katie Palmer, a freshman recruit from Heights High in Wichita. Thanks, Wichita.
The starting lineup for the Lady Bears game on January 31. I'm still very new at using the Sony Cybershot for video, so I will be using it more often to get used to its quirks.