I’m back in London, after spending a very interesting day in Cambridge. I may be in the for night: I was going to meet a friend, but he has a little kid and so couldn’t make it (don’t I know how that is), so I’ve been uploading pictures and doing some e-mail. I was going to go out, but I took 600 pictures today and a prospective client decided she needs something by end of business TODAY OR THEY WALK, so I’ve been chained to the computer, mailing stuff thousands of miles.
So I may not get back out again tonight. But I can live. I need to pack and stuff, and can maximize my use of the incredible expensive wifi connection.
embankment and south bank, via flickr
Among other things this has given me a chance to organize my pictures and upload some to Flickr; not only do I have a set of London and Cambridge pictures, I’ve got one devoted to panoramas, which I’m creating using an iPod app, AutoStitch.
eurotrain platform, st. pancras station, via flickr
The results are kind of insane, as far as I’m concerned. I remember this kind of thing taking minutes on my Mac Quadra (back in what, 1996?), and now I can do this on my iPhone in seconds. Quite awesome.
Burlington House, via flickr
And London is the kind of place where panoramas are especially useful.
sick tricks, via flickr