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Letterboxing is the practice of transferring film shot in a widescreenaspect ratio to standard-width video formats while preserving the film’s original aspect ratio. The resulting videographic image has mattes (black bars) above and below it; these mattes are part of the image (i.e., of each frame of the video signal). LTBX is the identifying abbreviation for films and images so formatted. The term refers to the shape of a letter box, a slot in a wall or door through which mail is delivered, being rectangular and wider than it is high.

Well, thanks Wikipedia.

 Much better.

I’m so sorry, I wasn’t at all inspired by this prompt. What would you do with it? Let me know…

Photo a day challenge – January 2012

  1. You
  2. Breakfast
  3. Something you adore
  4. Letterbox
  5. Something you wore
  6. Makes you smile
  7. Favourite
  8. Your sky
  9. Daily routine
  10. Childhood
  11. Where you sleep
  12. Close-up
  13. In your bag
  14. Something you’re reading
  15. Happiness
  16. Morning
  17. Water
  18. Something you bought
  19. Sweet
  20. Someone you love
  21. Reflection
  22. Your shoes
  23. Something old
  24. Guilty pleasure
  25. Something you made
  26. Colour
  27. Lunch
  28. Light
  29. Inside your fridge
  30. Nature
  31. You, again

Pissing (me off)

We recently moved our offices to a new building. This is not news to you if you follow me on Twitter, Facebook and/or Foursquare.

All things considered, this move is a step up from our previous location. Previous location was a temporary swing space in a really old building. That being said, the previous previous building was flagged as marked for demolition in 1985. We moved out of there in 2009. The building was finally demolished in 2010. So who knows when our previous building will be renovated / demolished? Maybe 2057?

In the new freshly renovated space, we have new furniture, including state of the art computer tables in our lab with retractable monitors. It all works from a remote, it’s quite something to see. All the walls are new and not full of holes or Asbestos. Apparently the ceilings are full of Asbestos but it’s totally safe. Cough cough.

It seems the only rooms that have no been renovated are the bathrooms. The first week we moved, the men bathrooms were simply unavailable. The whole week. Now they’re open again, but with hindsight, it was probably better when we couldn’t use them. We have bathrooms without urinals now. This would not be a big deal – I can pee in a stall, really – if people using those bathrooms wouldn’t be complete pigs.

I was going to post pictures, but I won’t. You can thank me in the comments. Seriously.

I’m talking about pee everywhere, including in the bowl. I’m also talking about unflushed crap. Graffitis everywhere. Water all over the counter. Oh how I hope it’s water.

Seriously, are people that dumb?

I had a dream

I dont think Im normal.
I know you feel the same.
I know you feel the same about me.

And Dream Doctor out there to tell me what this means?

Im in Moores (the store, not the actor who played the Saint) trying on earth color shirts.

All night long.
All night.

In other news, I’m Sheldon.

This guy is sitting in my spot.

Blogged from my iPhone while riding the bus.

Edited to fix the picture issue.