Monthly Archives: March 2007

MyPublisher Review

I’d received a book from MyPublisher.com (flickr set), and was disappointed in the quality. I’d also noticed a few ink blemishes, so I contacted customer service. They immediately provided a coupon for a new book + shipping, which was great. … Continue reading

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Aperture crashes when relocating masters

I’ve been trying to consolidate and clean up my many images (starting from 1988), and am moving referenced images to another folder, to clean up but also see if I’ve left any behind. For scanned images, I had separate folders … Continue reading

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MyPublisher Book review, sort of

unsightly ink blemish Originally uploaded by mikefranklin. I recently made a photo book with MyPublisher and was giddy with anticipation when it arrived. I’d read that they print the photo books for Apple, so I expected equal quality. I’d also … Continue reading

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Colleague travels to Myanmar … and returns

Monestary, Inle lake Originally uploaded by Bill from Boston. Looking down Originally uploaded by Bill from Boston. One of my colleagues Bill just got back from a trip to Myanmar/Burma and has a whole lot of excellent photos from his … Continue reading

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Making a book with MyPublisher.com

In a never ending quest to find the best (photo) book publishing solution on a mac, I downloaded BookMaker from mypublisher. It’s a desktop app which was recently released; last week I had resigned myself to using their iPhoto plug … Continue reading

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Blurb book review

dust cover Originally uploaded by mikefranklin. The desktop app (Booksmart) isn’t as good as Aperture, and the final result isn’t is well done as the book from Apple, in short. My book from Blurb arrived pretty much on time, even … Continue reading

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Code Monkey

Andrew was kind enough to pass along a link to the Code Monkey song. It’s pretty amusing and partly describes my early days a developer. 🙂

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