There’s something about clear skies that makes looking at the satellite that much more interesting. You can pick out lots of features, such as the smoke from controlled burns that contributed to a killer sunset yesterday. The GOES-R series, with its high temporal and spatial resolution, will never cease to amaze me.
I was so mesmerized by these commercials as a middle-schooler that my parents bought me a Best of David Bowie CD for Christmas back in 1998.
Today, we at BoomTown said farewell to our headquarters of the last five-plus years at 635 Rutledge Avenue. When we report to work next week, we’ll be in a brand-new facility on upper King Street. When I started at BoomTown in 2012, we had two suites of the repurposed Jabra’s grocery store. Over the ensuing […]
Yesterday’s skies were particularly awesome, with lots of roll clouds on display. Shea Gibson of WeatherFlow shared some photos from the ground as well as a great explainer on how the clouds ended up like they did over on Facebook.
It’s a good thing standards won out on the Web, huh? The difference between these pages is that IE 4 can interpret the <marquee> tag while Netscape 4 never understood it. Those late ’90s browser wars were not for the faint at heart. It wasn’t all bad, though: The Windows NT virtual machine I ran […]
Blue Screen of Dumb. pic.twitter.com/qlyoZmBDGf — Jared Smith (@jaredwsmith) July 30, 2015 Microsoft’s error messages may have been rather cryptic and full of techno-babble in the past, but you could at least find a Knowledge Base article based on the message and get a good handle on what’s going on. “Something happened” is still cryptic […]
"The Breaking News Consumer's Handbook" http://t.co/f4poDgObic pic.twitter.com/tsomE3xUf5 — pourmecoffee (@pourmecoffee) December 21, 2014 Needed now more than ever.
No #chswx concerns this AM. Most interesting things on radar over land are birds taking off near Lake Moultrie. pic.twitter.com/zWghmTxHeT — Charleston Weather (@chswx) July 23, 2014 The only thing more fun than armchair storm chasing with RadarScope or the Gibson Ridge suite is finding all the non-meteorological things on radar, such as this roost […]
So this happened. It’s like the spambot put the original post through an automated translator and back, attaching its spam link at the end for good measure.
I took some opportunities this past weekend to get my feet really wet with the GoPro’s time-lapse shooting capability. Here’s a couple hours of shots watching the skies ahead of a potent evening thunderstorm on Hilton Head Island.