- Tue, 00:15: Wiring myself up with sensors for a piece @marypcbuk is working on. Bodymass scales, stride analyser - the lot. (@lsmarr)
- Tue, 00:41: Another afternoon in Barefoot. Best coffee in the South Bay?
- Tue, 01:00: Recent Reads: Center Of Gravity. Part 2 of Ian Douglas' Star Carrier milsf space opera sends humanity on the offensive. Singularity or bust!
- Tue, 01:02: So, is tweeting about paper books being pre-PC?
- Tue, 01:19: Typos are more acceptable on Twitter than misplaced possessives. #deletingmytweets
- Tue, 01:20: Barefoot Coffee's Jakerados (iced mint mochas!) are the acceptable adult route to a chocolate moustache!
- Tue, 01:35: @seananmcguire Think it was a fruck :-)
- Tue, 01:39: Juggling things to see if we can get to the Ford tech conference at the end of June.
- Tue, 02:47: Flight of the Condor http://j.mp/la7I8a
- Tue, 02:49: Question of the day: what would the economics of Windows 8 be like at Lion pricing?
From the NASA web site:
Imaging experts funded by the Space Shuttle Program and located at NASA's Ames Research Center prepared this video by merging nearly 20,000 photographs taken by a set of six cameras capturing 250 images per second at the STS-134 launch on May 16, 2011. From seven seconds before takeoff to six seconds after, the cameras took simultaneous images at six different exposure settings. The images were processed and combined in this video to balance the brightness of the rocket engine output with the regular daylight levels at which the orbiter can be seen.Click here to watch the video.