We went to Hershey Park for the company picnic this year, and they had a new body board ride. Tab and Thomas both wanted to try the ride, even though we were watching adults wiping out and flying up the ramp. Undaunted, we waited in line and both got a chance to try.
Coatesville’s Ash Park, a few streets over from my house, is featured as Rip Hamilton’s hometown court in NBA Street Vol. 4: Homecourt. The Electronic Arts game for the XBox360 and PlayStation 3 will be in stores mid-February.
NASA has a very, very sweet video made up of satellite images of the 2005 hurricane season. I had it playing at work yesterday, and everyone who walked by my cubicle stopped and agreed with my conclusion.
Download it and watch it.
There are certain items which, when combined, create a noxious result. Combine a video camera and a young baby, and you get inane movies like this one. But, of course, as parents, we think it’s the cutest thing in the world.
And so should you.
Yes, we did film Micah blinking and put it on the Internet. Sue us.
Thomas was watching the trailer for Corpse Bride, and I was explaining to him how stop-motion animation works. He didn’t really seem to be grasping the concept, so I whipped our new camera, set it up on a tripod, and directed him in his first feature film. Here is it’s world premier!
Following up on Sarah’s Mini-golf post, I’ve got some video online of our outing. It’s kinda big, and I’m not sure how much this is going to kill my webserver.
That’s why this is a test.