New Comment System! Now with attached Photos and more!
What do you guys think of the new comment system? Now, if you have recent photos you want to show people, little thumbnails appear in the comments… that is kinda awesome. Also, it makes it very easy for you to connect with Facebook, Google, and more.
Hangout in G+
Here was a casual hangout where you get to see some of the paintings of Daniel Ibanez. You’ll also hear about Mohamed Monsoor talk about his Hangouts plugin.
Daily Photo – Hiking Through the Valley, on the way to the Franz Josef Glacier
Ethan and I went walking for a long valley to get close to the glacier. We wanted to see the blue undercarriage that formed in the cave – the mouth of the glacier where a river empties. Along the way, we go through a verdant green valley that plummeted into the rocky flood plain. As I stopped to take photos, Ethan would root around in the rocks and try to find a piece of Jade to take home and polish up.
Topaz Adjust 4 is out today on the Topaz Website. You may have already seen my Topaz Adjust Review in the recent past, and you’ll be happy to know the new one is a free upgrade if you have the previous one! I got a sneak peak at the new one, and I posted an image below from the slick new interface. If you haven’t already got it, then I recommend it totally. I use it quite a bit to sharpen things up and give images some pop.
Screenie from the new Topaz Adjust 4 – Nice looking interface, eh?
Daily Photo – The Icy Cave at the Franz Josef Glacier
I’ve had an amazing time so far in New Zealand. I’m here for about a month with my family. On a recent evening, my 8-year-old son and I went on a decent hike to the base of the Franz Josef Glacier on towards the west coast of the southern island. Once we got close to it, we could see the icy blue cave where a glacial-white river emerged. Awesome! My son looked at me and said, “Wow. I feel like we just discovered Atlantis!”
In truth, we stayed way too late. This was a good 1.5 km from the car, and it was pretty dark. By the time we got back, it was totally dark except for the moonlight that helped guide us home. I had a flashlight hanging off my camera “just in case”, but, as case would have it, the flashlight fell off into the glacial river!