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Last weekend I got a bunch of old vacation photos (from my pre-digital photography days) scanned from negatives. Due to some accidental circumstances we couldn’t get hold of the air compressor needed to clean (blow dust off) the negatives and that has been quite a pain.
The problem is that even small dust particles become fairly large once the scan is complete. While we did try to remove the dust before scanning it wasn’t too successful and so it’s been a lot of hard work fixing the images throughout the week.
It seems producers of drinking water, soft drinks and other bottled liquids have a hard time deciding how to tell how much is in one of their containers. Lately I’ve been wondering why they write the content measurement the way they do. I can understand that somewhere they use a system different from the metric system, which would make it natural to write in strange measures, but even if narrowed down to a “national metric market” where the liquid within the container is exactly one liter there seems to be at least three common ways of writing the measure.
I dag skiftede vi server setup, og fremover, er danmarks formodentlig største kommercielle Linux-server(e) med til at trække tdc.dk, tdconline.dk og tdc.com.
Our first visit to India was to Goa. We went there for two weeks, and during our stay, we also traveled to Karnataka a few days by trains to see Tigers and Elephants at a scantuary. [gallery link="file”]
Flying in Europe between the capitals can be reasonable cheap, and flying Snowflake with SAS made it possible to visit Amsterdam in the Netherlands. Getting around the city by boat, trams and by feet was quite easy and while the weather wasn’t the best, it was an interesting visit. [gallery link="file”]