Beautiful morning, shot out the back window of the skytrain. A few water drops on the window I can’t get rid of 🙂
I’m exploring the resources compiled on the Truth and Reconciliation page. First up was subscribing to the Media Indigena podcast. I enjoy podcasts as a format. I listen to the very geek oriented Windows Weekly and MacBreak Weekly on the TWiT Network, so I figured it was time for something fresh and non-geeky into the…
Walked the outer loop of Central Park yesterday afternoon. Lots of chubby squirrels came to visit!
The view from the Dundarave seawall. Was a terrific, warm early fall day.
The new Burnaby sports complex is taking shape. Amongst its facilities, two NHL sized ice rinks. I haven’t had skates on my feet for at least 35 years, might just have to lace up when this facility comes online.
The Marine Building, reflected on the mirror glass surface of its neighbour, shot with an iPhone XS from a point across the street in downtown Vancouver.
Stanley Park and the North Shore mountains, shot with an iPhone XS from across Burrard Inlet at Canada Place.
Today I fired up a Hyper-V virtual machine and installed Windows 11. I had a spare product key for Windows 10 that I wasn’t using, so I used that as a jumping off point. Install was relatively seamless. Did have to enable TPM in the virtual machine settings, because it wouldn’t boot without it. Must…
On a work from home day, I looked out the window of our office to see a warm orange light. Thinking fantastic sunset, I went out for a break and a walk. I was rewarded with one of the most spectacular sunsets I’ve seen yet.
This morning I was out doing a site review at one of my project sites in Surrey. This particular project is 36 storeys tall, and has a spectacular view of the Eastern portion of the Lower Mainland. The night before, we’d had a significant snowfall. From the vantage point of the 36th floor, it looked…