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Enable GPS on the Verizon Blackberry Tour 9630

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I just switched from AT&T to Verizon (oh my god — I can make calls now!!), and noted that Google Maps was using Skyhook WPS as its location finder instead of using the GPS. It turns out that Verizon ships with the GPS off. I went to Options -> Advanced Options -> GPS and set GPS Services to “Location On”. Google Maps now tracks my location accurately (using GPS).

San Diego, CA | link | trackb | 3 comments » | Jul 28, 2009 01:54:29

Weekly Twitter Digest: 2009-07-27

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  • A slew of Facebook requests from Brazilians after a little shark portfolio was published on BBC Brasil! #
  • @cindypon had a good turnout! The venue is a bit non-traditional, though. Open until Aug 8. Are you going to go? :) in reply to cindypon #
  • @cindypon Cindy – it is open during normal business hours, I believe. It’s often open on the weekends, too. Call them if you’re in the area! in reply to cindypon #
  • The only thing worse than flying to Houston in July is doing it at the butt crack of dawn. #
  • Just saw Dwight Clark at the airport. Sports people were excited. #
  • The little 4-gate Continental wing at SFO is infused with the lovely scent of body odor. #
  • Apollo missing source code! http://bit.ly/kqPYd … and for non-techies: http://bit.ly/26A5LB #
  • I’m not doing any work tonight. Forget it. #
  • Of course, I meant “mission” and not “missing”. Apollo source code: http://bit.ly/kqPYd … and for non-techies: http://bit.ly/26A5LB #
  • @alexkingorg I’ve given up using Blackberry for Twitter. iPhone apps are much more satisfying! in reply to alexkingorg #
  • Listening to Korean love songs while waiting for @ihatepink at her acupuncture office. #
  • Surreal experience with @ihatepink! http://yfrog.com/7bw6zj #
  • More Houston adventures! http://yfrog.com/0ots6oj #
  • Taking a tour of the NASA Neutral Buoyancy Lab. Had my photo taken with an astronaut! (thanks to Joe Holley) #
  • Google announces Latitude for iPhone – a web app that doesn’t run in the background. I’ll stick with Blackberry version. http://bit.ly/9tKjn #
  • “I’m really thinking maybe I shouldn’t have yelled at that Chinese guy so much” – Fake Steve Jobs. http://bit.ly/14w4Pv #
  • In the spirit of posting things that make me laugh out loud (no, I won’t use that acronym! ;). http://bit.ly/2lqHai #
  • Intel X25-M G2 SSD — minor update to the venerable X25-M SSD. Anandtech preview compares with current SSDs. http://bit.ly/19tYJN #
  • Half-Amazing, Half-Terrifying Concept App Combines Facial Recognition with Augmented Reality http://bit.ly/MPjc9 #
  • Holy shit. Mythbusters rocket car pancake. http://bit.ly/1YNFc (via Matt Segal) #
  • @johnolilly I’m in Houston now. Bring a fleece and long pants. It is freezing inside, with all the AC!! in reply to johnolilly #
  • @alissaeverett Alissa, did you give your Twitter info to a spam service? Cuz your account is being used to spam us… in reply to alissaeverett #
  • Howard Hall (of IMAX fame) reviews the Gates underwater housing for the RED ONE camera. http://bit.ly/tQMbq (via @wetpixel) #
  • @alexkingorg Maybe Verizon Blackberry and no-plan iPhone or iPod Touch on MiFi is the way to go! in reply to alexkingorg #
  • Facebook: Debunking Rumors about Advertising and Photos http://bit.ly/2HnTZF #
  • Just got the major hookup at Backscatter. Thank you, Berkley! http://backscatter.com #
  • Someone next to me just said, “Git ‘er done” — and I don’t think they were joking!!! #
  • Just discovered 1Password for Mac. It is GREAT. http://bit.ly/iH0kI #
  • Google Gears dev version works in Firefox 3.5 (Mac OS X) http://bit.ly/Z5FD3 #
  • @dsiu 1Password because it: syncs between macs, has plugins for browsers, syncs with iPhone, has good reviews in reply to dsiu #
  • I walked by a Verizon kiosk just now. I sense change in the air! (1 of 3 dropped calls so far today on AT&T) #
  • New Pakistan images up on my blog… http://alissaeverett.com/blog/ (via @alissaeverett) #
  • All in the name of fashion. http://yfrog.com/5iqlhj #
  • Underwater, I’m at home. But this is another world altogether. http://yfrog.com/7heuij #
| link | trackb | no comments » | Jul 27, 2009 00:01:00

1Password: password manager for websites

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I did some research yesterday on website password managers for Mac OS X. A good place to start is Alex King’s blog; he has written two thought-provoking articles about why you shouldn’t use the same password for everything, and how software can help your password / login workflow (Passwords, More on Passwords).

Really, it should just be common sense to not use the same password for everything; after all, you have no idea how a particular website is going to store your super-secret password. What if your password is stored in plain-text on a server with a gaping security hole? What if the website likes to email you a password reminder — in plain text — every month? I’ve seen sites that do all sorts of bad things, and if you use the same password at an insecure site as you do at your bank’s website, you’re asking for trouble. And even if you use different passwords, you need a secure way to store them all. The worst I’ve seen is someone who kept all of their passwords and financial account numbers in an Excel document on their notebook computer’s desktop. I suspect that sort of thing isn’t as rare as it might seem to be. (read more »)

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 4 comments » | Jul 26, 2009 13:41:51

A visit to NASA Neutral Buoyancy Lab

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An astronaut is prepped for a flight in the NASA Neutral Buoyancy Lab

I went to visit the NASA NBL (Neutral Buoyancy Lab) today for an unscheduled, last-minute, behind-the-scenes tour, thanks to Joe Holley, who worked there for nearly ten years. It was funny because everywhere we went, his old work buddies made “HEY, get that guy out of here!” gestures before then inviting us over for a closer look. (read more »)

Houston, TX | link | trackb | 6 comments » | Jul 23, 2009 17:38:05

Me and an astronaut

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hanging out at the NASA Neutral Buoyancy Lab

Special thanks to Joe Holley, for arranging the tour, and to James Wiseman for the loan of a nice camera to document the tour. I’ll post more photos soon!

Houston, TX | link | trackb | 1 comment » | Jul 23, 2009 08:52:53

Best iPhone ad evar

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This video made me laugh out loud within 10 seconds. :)

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | no comments » | Jul 20, 2009 23:32:10

Weekly Twitter Digest: 2009-07-20

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  • Seeing photos from friends returning from this year’s Sardine Run. Looks like it happened this year — photos are fantastic! #
  • @enjelani re: working = “tired” and resting = “panicky”. I totally feel the same way. #
  • Using 3D modeling to stabilize video http://bit.ly/zSi42 #
  • Augmented reality iPhone apps for finding subways and Twitter neighbors http://bit.ly/W0D8h #
  • Wow. Great find: privacy issues associated w/partially exposed social graph data, interesting: http://bit.ly/Rl2Zk (via @adamnash) #
  • Off to Denver to see @alexking and Mr. Miller (can never remember his usernames) #
  • Walking tour of Capitol Hill in Denver with Rod #
  • Wide World Magazine publishes interview with Andy Biggs: http://bit.ly/43NQz #
  • Was just recognized at the local cafe here in downtown Denver (while @theta_aquarii flirted with the staff). Small world. #
  • Lots of gesturing at screens here at @crowdfavorite offices. Also, my fav wall decor. http://yfrog.com/67kkjj #
  • AT&T: “L115: We’re sorry, but we are experiencing a temporary system error”. Yeah, I know. #
  • @adamnash I studied Ultima Online with @amyjokim at Stanford. We called up Lord Blackthorn and went on a tour of the world on horseback. in reply to adamnash #
  • Just got the Twitter fail whale for the first time in months! #
  • @Dan_ Got a link / PDF of the swimming pigs article in Metro? I’ve only seen one article so far, and it was in the Guardian. in reply to Dan_ #
  • I’m on the front page of Digg! http://bit.ly/4xOYZ (thanks, @theta_aquarii) #
  • Using MailChimp for Wetpixel newsletters now. It is incredible — best email marketing software I’ve seen. http://bit.ly/u936l (affiliate) #
  • True irony: Amazon pulls Orwell’s 1984 from all Kindles. http://bit.ly/7fL8v #
  • At Andy Lan’s chamber music reading party in Los Gatos. We have waaay too many cellists! #
  • At @atow’s BBQ / pool party. It’s HOT down here. #
  • Next time I take UW photos at a party, I will bring scuba gear and camp out at 9 ft. Anyone who wants photo can swim down! :) #
  • My AT&T post is in top 10 on Google for “at&t service in san francisco” via Topix. http://bit.ly/vbbVp #
| link | trackb | no comments » | Jul 20, 2009 00:01:00

A different sort of underwater photo

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Joon-Mo enjoys a dip in the pool

I’m sure Adam will post the rest of the underwater photos soon. :)

Santa Clara, CA | link | trackb | no comments » | Jul 19, 2009 19:25:52

AT&T Wireless, terrible service in San Francisco

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Those of you who follow my posts know that I complain about AT&T at least a few times a week. I finally called them up today to have a chat about the deteriorating service in San Francisco, threatening to terminate my account, and was informed by the retention department that a tower a 4th and Howard stopped working some time ago. This may be one of the main reasons I’m getting such terrible service because it’s the closest tower to me; however, it does not explain failed calls in other parts of the Bay Area. The retention specialist told me that two new towers would be going in at 5th and Shipley on July 31st. She then credited my account $30 for my troubles.

If I turn off 3G on the iPhone, I can often make calls without getting the dreaded “Call Failed” screen. Since the Blackberry Bold on AT&T doesn’t have a feature disable 3G, I’m out of luck unless I de-brand the device, which seems a bit risky.

If AT&T service is still bad after the new towers go up on July 31st, I’m switching my Blackberry plan over to Verizon1 (I’ll probably get the Blackberry Tour, since works overseas with its support for CDMA/EV–DO, 850/900/1800/1900 MHz GSM/GPRS/EDGE and 2100 MHz UMTS/HSPA). It will be worth the $175 termination fee to have a phone that can do things like making and sustaining calls without failing. The iPhone will stay on an AT&T plan, but I won’t be using it for voice anymore.

UPDATE, August 3, 2009: I switched my Blackberry over to Verizon and am loving the call quality and ability to make a phone call. My iPhone is still on AT&T. The new towers are supposed to be up less than a block from me. I am getting 3 bars on 3G instead of 1 bar, but I’ve already dropped one call this morning. I’ll write another update after more testing.

UPDATE, August 3, 2009: I am actually fluctuating between 1 bar and 3 bars, even when the phone is stationary. Whatever.


  1. When I used to be on Verizon, I would drop about one call every month. On AT&T, I’m dropping a few calls a day, and if something happens like WWDC or a typical day’s rush hour, it can be difficult to even connect on a single call. Many friends on AT&T have reported similar statistics. 

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 20 comments » | Jul 19, 2009 00:29:48

Prevent Facebook from using your photo in ads

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I just came across a particularly disturbing article about Facebook’s ad policy, which by default allows the use of your face in advertisements targeted at your Facebook friends (via @johnolilly).

Facebook occasionally pairs advertisements with relevant social actions from a user’s friends to create Facebook Ads. Facebook Ads make advertisements more interesting and more tailored to you and your friends. These respect all privacy rules.

To turn this off, go to Settings -> Privacy -> News Feed and Wall -> Facebook Ads -> Appearance in Facebook Ads and select “no one.”

Note that this privacy page doesn’t appear in Firefox 3.5 if you use AdBlock Plus extension. Even selecting “disable on this page only” in AdBlock Plus and refreshing the page won’t make the controls appear. I had to completely disable AdBlock Plus and refresh to the page in order to see them. Alternatively, you could use another browser (e.g. Safari, Chrome).

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 6 comments » | Jul 17, 2009 12:37:24

Chechen leader is a swimming pig

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Sometimes, newspapers confuse me (my photo)

My swimming pig photos are making the rounds in papers now. Um… do editors think when they pair photos with stories??

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 5 comments » | Jul 17, 2009 11:44:42

Elephant seals on Guadalupe Island, Mexico

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Elephant seals on Guadalupe Island, Mexico

Ugly little buggers, aren’t they? I took this photo a few years ago while visiting Guadalupe to photograph great white sharks.

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 1 comment » | Jul 17, 2009 11:42:48

Weekly Twitter Digest: 2009-07-13

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  • The light in San Francisco looks fake today. So clear! #
  • Wanted to go to bed early but got sucked into watching the first episode of BBC’s South Pacific Diaries. AWESOME. #
  • @JoseFR It is Planet Earth-esque. I have Nature’s Most Amazing Events, but I haven’t watched it yet so I can’t compare… in reply to JoseFR #
  • @adamnash Adam — have you discovered anything about those coins I brought back from Banda Neira? in reply to adamnash #
  • Best corn tortillas ever! Bought at Andronicos. http://yfrog.com/0vq34vj #
  • Google announces Google Chrome OS. http://bit.ly/13NVxQ #
  • Working in total darkness while (more) lighting is installed. #
  • Lilly on Firefox at D7 (full video) http://bit.ly/Lh9f0 (via @johnolilly) #
  • I uploaded a YouTube video — AllThingsD embedded video issue http://bit.ly/6l0NT #
  • I’ve just about had it with AT&T. It might be worth scrapping the iPhone just to get a provider that lets me make a call without a FAIL. #
  • Upon dragging 10,000 files at a time (the limit) in Mac OS X a few times, cut, copy and paste stopped working across all apps. Rebooting. #
  • 420 watts of high-output, dimmable fluorescent lighting = life changing experience at home! #
  • BMW Roadside Assist expired. Signed up for AAA. Used JAZZ0809 for $17 off because I am a Utah Jazz fan! What sport is that, again? #
  • Eating at San Tong Palace in Kearny Mesa. They don’t recognize me without my parents here. #
  • Thanks, to everyone who came out to the exhibition opening in San Diego today! #
  • @tonywu hey Tony. I got some good recs here some time ago. http://bit.ly/lh87z in reply to tonywu #
  • In San Clemente. Fed and burped a three week-old baby today– twice. #
  • San Franciscans: look at the moon now. Beautiful! #
| link | trackb | no comments » | Jul 13, 2009 00:01:00

Copying files from multiple folders into one folder, Mac OS X

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Yesterday, I found myself needing to copy over 40,000 files spread across hundreds of directories into a single target directory. (read more »)

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 9 comments » | Jul 9, 2009 11:42:40

The perils of providing shark images to media

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an article today in the sun featured some of my images

I had three articles come out today in the U.K. about some lemon shark images I took in the Bahamas:

  1. Telegraph: Lemon sharks feeding frenzy in Bahamas captured on camera
  2. The Sun: Shark photos are jaw-some
  3. Mail Online: Open wide! The extraordinary pictures inside the mouths of sharks at feeding time

Some wildlife photographers and conservationists out there are very much against images of sharks with jaws agape being shown in the media. Whenever I’m providing images of sharks with jaws open to stock agencies, I worry that the images will be used for sensationalist pieces that fuel the typical person’s media-driven fear of sharks.

In the interview for the articles linked above, I wrote this:

Shark photographers who are also conservationists exist in a strange area — we have both protective and sensationalist attitudes toward sharks. On the one hand, we hate to see so-called “sell-out” television programs who only serve to exploit sharks as being dangerous predators who may bite humans. At the same time, we love to capture images of sharks that show their power and predatory skill. If you look at the statistics, very few humans are killed by sharks each year. Given the actual numbers, it’s pretty ridiculous that people are afraid of sharks. I hope to use my shark imagery to start a dialog that will help to dispel common misperceptions about sharks.

Obviously, my quote didn’t make it into any of the articles. One even decided to include “feeding frenzy” in the title even though I made it clear in the interview that sharks were baited to the boat using fish scraps (i.e. there was no feeding frenzy). Still, the text of the articles are pretty neutral, and the comments in the Daily Mail article are all civil and respectful of sharks.

There is no doubt that some people in the shark “conservation” industry, a group of people who seem to be best at fighting with each other rather than focusing on protecting sharks, will not be so happy to see shark teeth in these articles. I did convince the same press agency that supplied these articles do an article about the evils of shark-finning, so using sensationalist images to open dialogs about conservation issues can be effective.

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 6 comments » | Jul 9, 2009 10:30:10

Wetpixel sperm whale trip to Japan, October 8-20, 2009

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sperm whale from the ogasawara islands (photo: tony wu)

Wetpixel has just had a cancellation and is looking for 1-3 more photographers to join us in the Ogasawara Islands in Japan this coming October, 2009 to photograph sperm whales. We leave Tokyo by ferry on October 8, and return on the 20th. Sperm whales are the largest carnivores on the planet, and can be inquisitive, allowing photographers to approach very closely.

The trip will be led by Tony Wu and Eric Cheng. Full details can be found on our sperm whale expedition page:

http://wetpixel.com/i.php/full/sperm-whale-expedition-to-ogasawara-japan

Join us!

Stanford, CA | link | trackb | no comments » | Jul 7, 2009 19:59:08

Photos of July 4th festivities

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Bringing s’mores to the Dutch

Ever roasted s’mores inside? Neither had I. Thanks, Antoni, for hosting! (read more »)

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 2 comments » | Jul 6, 2009 23:23:21

Lachy and Katie’s visit to San Francisco

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I met Lachy in French Polynesia in 2005 when he was just a teenager. It wasn’t until this past January that I had the pleasure of seeing him again at his family’s house in Sydney.

He and Katie were in San Francisco for a few days last week, and although I was pretty busy with the chamber music seminar at Stanford, I managed to get away to have a single meal with them at Chez Panisse cafe. Hope to get to see them again sometime soon! (read more »)

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 1 comment » | Jul 6, 2009 23:18:31

Encrypted internet sharing between Mac OS and Windows XP

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I’ve only found two ways to successfully use Mac OS X’s crippled (but built-in) internet sharing with client machines running Windows XP. The first is to set up an open network, but that is unacceptable. To set up a network that supports Windoze machines, here’s what you have to do:

  1. In Mac OS X, enable Internet Sharing to computers using Airport
  2. In AirPort Options, select 128-bit WEP encryption and enter a 13-character password
  3. In Windows, add a new wireless network
  4. Enter the SSID and select WEP encryption with Shared Network Authentication (not Open)
  5. Uncheck “The key is provided automatically” and enter the 13-character password
  6. In the Authentication tab, be sure that “Enable IEEE 802.1x authentication” is unchecked

Connect!

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 6 comments » | Jul 6, 2009 16:09:32

Underwater photography show in San Diego, Jul/Aug 2009

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The Taiwanese American Community Center of San Diego has just moved to a new location and is proud to present an exhibition of underwater imagery by photographer Eric Cheng (http://echeng.com). The exhibit includes 14 vibrant, aluminum prints of marine wildlife including sharks, whales, waves, jellyfish, and corals. The show opens on Tuesday, July 7, 2009, and runs through August 8, 2009.

Meet Eric at an open reception on Saturday, July 11, 2009 between 1PM-5PM.

Location:
Taiwanese American Community Center
7838 Wilkerson Ct., San Diego, CA 92111

Exhibition dates:
July 7 through August 8, 2009

After the San Diego show, Eric’s prints will be on display at The G2 Gallery (http://theg2gallery.com) in Venice, Los Angeles from August 11 – September 20, 2009.

NOTE: You can see a preview of Eric’s show. Please come see the aluminum prints in person — photos of the space do not do them justice!

Eric’s AluminArte aluminum prints were created by the wonderful folks at Image Wizards.

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 1 comment » | Jul 6, 2009 00:16:02
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