Thursday, December 06, 2007

Photos for Thursday

First, a note about yesterday's post. It seems a lot of folks were confused about my goal, so I apologize. Maybe I needed to be more clear. My goal is to post a photo from my iPhone directly to my blog without touching a computer. Yes, I can download my pics to the computer and then upload to blogger, where's the fun in that? If I have this gadget that can do it all, I want it to do it all.

Am I right?


Edited @ 16:04: The following are from my collection of regular camera photos.

In September I posted this picture from the office window:

And in October it looked like this:

Yesterday:



Today I forgot to bring in my knitting to keep myself occupied while my computer booted up. So I worked on my desk. Before:

After lunch:


Notice the photo on the computer screen. Thanks to Lorraine for the inspiration. I found myself folding and tearing my lunch wrapper. I didn't have any scissors in my current tote bag. Sheesh.


Lastly, lunch at The Old Siam last week:

7 comments:

Maddy said...

Well now you're just showing off so I shall show off too [you're on my google reader, so now I feel that I truly must be a technically savvy person]

There again the phone photos still haunt me!
Cheers
This is my calling card or link"Whittereronautism"until blogger comments get themselves sorted out.

John said...

I like pictures of progressions. Cool. What dish is that? Makes me want something special for dinner.

VE said...

Darn, what happened to the inflatible globe on your desk. Somebody stole the entire world!!!!

Anne said...

It's still back there, you just can't see it in the second picture.

Anne said...

John, I don't remember the name of the dish, forgot to write it down and it was a special so I can't look on the menu for it, something with beanthread noodles and minced chicken with ginger, onion and cilantro and some kind of hot pepper.

Lorraine said...

Love how the courtyard is coming along. LOVE what you did with the desk.

Snowflakes make me happy!

Carmi said...

Long story short: your iPhone strategy is sound. It's a fully-capable WiFi-enabled device, so uploading to the net via WiFi or the AT&T 2.5G network should be straightforward. I can do similar stuff from my BlackBerry.

Hi again from Michele's. Thanks for this trip through your office. Cool!