• Getting back into iBook development

    Had a very inspirational session yesterday with an iBook guru and realized that I definitely need to get back on the program. It will take some time, and dedication, but the results are definitely worth it. Related links: Take Control of iBooks Author

  • Another test of the new alfred workflow

    This should grab a screenshot of the active Google Chrome page, parse the q string, and generate a new post on lemfugitt.com. Fingers crossed… Related links: Any Applescript to Take Screenshot and…: Apple Support Communities

  • Test post 3

    Body of test post 5 Related links: Any Applescript to Take Screenshot and…: Apple Support Communities

  • Test of the LFpost Alfred Workflow

    This should generate a post on http://www.lemfugitt.com and append the current chrome webpage and title Related links: http://macscripter.net/viewtopic.php?id=24725

Test post 3

Body of test post 3

Wake-up Time for RoboGames 2013

Just a quick reminder that there are only 11 more days until RoboGames 2013 kicks off!

Rich Dad, Poor Dad Finally Has To Pay Up

It appears that fate has finally caught up with Robert Kiyosaki, though he’s trying to wiggle through Chapter 7 bankruptcy apparently to avoid having to pay the piper all they are due. Kiyosaki, the most well-known and most vocal advocate of using any means necessary to put other people’s money to work for you, recently […]

Street Photography Workshop with Alfie Goodrich – Ginza, Tokyo

[Alfie Goodrich – Ginza, Tokyo, Japan] I’d heard about Alfie Goodrich (Japanorama.co.uk) and his outstanding reputation as a professional photographer and instructor for years and finally had the chance to meet him in person at the Photo Fest Japan 2011 seminar in Yokohama last month. During the event I mentioned that I really wanted to […]

Not Old Enough To Know Better…

He was standing on the opposite train platform taking photos of the same trains that pass here a hundred times a day, every day, at exactly the same times, same speeds, and probably the same train engineers at the controls. He had to be in his 60’s or maybe 70’s. It was hard to tell […]

Japanese Salarymen Going Home Early

I’ve noticed that the typical Japanese work patterns have shifted radically since the March 11th earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear incidents. People are leaving their offices after work, as before, but then most of them are heading home rather than going out drinking with co-workers and friends. The suburban train stations are more crowded in the […]