Monthly Archives: July 2017

There are definitely more fish in the sea.

You know, everyone goes on and on ad nauseum about Adobe Products. Why? It’s not like they are the end all be all of image development/editing.  ‘Industry standard’? Adobe itself labeled themselves that, and it stuck. Here is a list … Continue reading

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“Selfie-Centered”

Street Photography, Perth W.A.  Canon 5DmkIV, Tamron 24-70

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Almost 8 years worth

I have 8 years worth of emails, photos, correspondence from my dad. I never delete anything from family. I might have lost a few due to hard drive failures, and caught between back ups, but I have most of them. … Continue reading

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Dad’s funeral

  Actually, no funeral.  He has been cremated already.  No flowers, but if you wish to honor him, make a donation to a local animal shelter in his name.  City of Live Oak: Shelter animals need good homes He is … Continue reading

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RIP Dad

Richard E Tomac, aka Pop aka Dad, passed away Friday, July 7th, 2017.  So, so, conflicted as to how I feel. Very sad that he is gone, but relieved that he is no longer suffering.  Cancer really really sucks.

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I am so glad I am a file hoarder

I updated Samsung Magician from 4.5 to 5.1, software for my SSD. Ever since then, I keep get “WMI is Disabled. Enable Y/N”.  I went to the Samsung site, only to find they don’t archive older versions, even though there … Continue reading

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Sometimes I wonder why I bother

I fixed our running toilet. Took photos of the valve assembly, got the right washers. No more running toilet. Have really figured out ways to save water, like when filling dishpan, letting the cold water go into percolator, instead of … Continue reading

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