Thursday, June 26, 2008

How I use technology

I learned (by accident) how to download stuff off my camera phone onto my computer, which has given me a big eye opener about what I actually use this thing for. Here are some examples:

To remember the floor I parked on:

To document the insane thing my computer screen did for no reason, since I thought no one would believe me:

To take a picture of this abandoned car, which was in the back yard of a very nice house. I know about this car because I used to have to park in the alley to visit someone. After a year or so of being obsessed with it I finally took a picture:

Shouldn't a "Spy Shop" be a little more secret?:

There are more, but I will save them for later. Generally though, I think we can all agree that any dreams I may have had of being Ansel Adams or some such thing may be a thing of the past. That said, its kind of cool to find them all at once, after a year or so of having the phone. In addition to these sorts of things, for a while I also had a 'hobby' (that I totally forgot about until I downloaded these) of taking pictures of ridiculous personalized license plates, but I feel weird posting them since they're of actual people's cars and I don't know any of them. But let it be known, stupid personalized plates are aplenty in LA.


Banana-head Pancake said...

the spy shop...haha. And using the phone to remember what floor you are on? GENIUS! :)

yellowfish said...

yes, the spy shop is awesome. I also like that it is next to a hydroponics store. There is a lot going on on that street, that much is clear.


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