Big Cottonwood Canyon Panaramic from top of Coal Pit ~KCocco
Zoomify provides nice Flash interface for zooming on large images. The intro version is free! There are some nice options for integration with a server for automated processing that run about $700 bucks.
Check out my first project http://www.allisona.com/zoomifyer
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Fish Heads 

Grouper Belize. Photo Photoshop Elements and Wacom pen tablet.

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Wacom Intuos Pen Tablet 

Santa was good to me and dropped off a computer pen tablet. Amazing technology! Have only started playing with it. Above is a quick little test project.... I have done this type of work with Photoshop and mouse but, the pen makes much easier. Have plans to work with some photos when I return to SLC.
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Google Home page RSS feed 

Added two links to the bottom right of this blog that add a content feed to Google or Yahoo personal homepage. RSS(Rich Site Summary) is the technology that enables this generic syndicating of Web content. Umm, house smells of turkey... Happy Thanksgiving!

Here is the code for the Add To Google link:
<a href="http://fusion.google.com/add?feedurl=http%3A//www.xmission.com/~kcocco/blog/rss.php"><img src="http://buttons.googlesyndication.com/fusion/add.gif" width="104" height="17" border="0" align=middle alt="Add to Google"></a>

Here is the code for the My Yahoo link:
<a href="http://add.my.yahoo.com/content?.intl=us&url=http%3A//www.xmission.com/~kcocco/blog/rss.php"> <img src="http://us.i1.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/i/us/my/addtomyyahoo4.gif" width="91" height="17" border="0" align=middle alt="Add to My Yahoo!"></a>
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Utah fiber to the house 15Mbps for $44! 

Bandwidth is a resource. 10 years ago you would pay over $3,000 for a 1 .5 Mbps (T1) connection to the internet. This latest release by Utopia in Utah will pull a fiber optic 15 Mbps connection to your house (currently free setup) for $44 per month. There is also a 30 Mbps "business" connection for $109. Wow! This is a 682 fold change in bandwidth per dollar. I sure wish the cost of gas would follow this trend. Well at least portable energy per dollar rather than me being able to by buy(and burn) 600 gallons of gas for a buck. Bandwidth was the resource that was preventing high quality on-demand communication....not any more. We should see some amazing changes in media, TV, phone, mail, music, work place, community, globalization...

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