Pelican 1510 Carry-On Case

Home, Bangkok, Thailand, 2010-06-26

The Pelican 1510 Carry-On Case is specifically designed to be within the FAA size-allowance for cabin baggage.

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Routing Audio Between Skype and Ableton Live on OSX

Home, Bangkok, Thailand, 2009-10-23

 
A couple of days ago I [pwnd audio routing on OSX](http://twitter.com/brnzn/status/5018725780) so that I can now conduct Skype interviews via Ableton Live.

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Linux On-board Thai Airways

Home, Elsternwick, Australia, 2008-10-07

The in-flight entertainment system onboard Thai Airways aircraft is based on Linux running on Motorola 68k hardware. I found this out yesterday when mine crashed and I got to see it reboot!

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MediaWiki on Debian Etch with Templates from Wikipedia

Home, Elsternwick, Australia, 2008-08-12

For a couple of years now I’ve been maintaining an invite-only-access family history wiki site using the MediaWiki engine (the system built for Wikipedia). It was the last thing left on my creaking old RedHat 7 box, until recently when I finally sat down and figured out how to move it to my VMWare Server based Debian virtual server farm.

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Desktop: Particulate

Home, Elsternwick, Australia, 2008-05-13

 

A multi-desktop wallpaper for four panels. Resolutions mixable.

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Crossfader

Home, Bangkok, Thailand, 2010-06-13

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Amalga HIS 5.3 Ship It!

Fraser Suites, Sukhumvit, Bangkok, Thailand, 2008-12-01

My first Microsoft Ship It

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Bumrungrad Hospital and Surrounds

J.W. Marriott Hotel, Sukhumvit, Bangkok, Thailand, 2008-10-05

I’ve been on-site in Bangkok the last two weeks. Having gotten all my work and expat-housekeeping type tasks sorted out this morning, I went for a relaxed walk around the main Bumrungrad campus and the local area. Here’s a few photos.

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New Soundequip Website

Home, Elsternwick, Australia, 2008-05-19

The new look soundequip.com.au

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Office Revamp

Home, Elsternwick, Australia, 2008-04-20

 

Over the past 6 weeks or so since I last went to Bangkok, I’ve been making incremental improvements to my home office. While it’s not quite a minimalist desktop it’s cut down to just what I need, plus a couple of zen plants.

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