Tricentiblog: New Technology Articles
Friday 24 January 2014 — Category: iPad Workflows
In past articles I have marked my Centiblog, my Sesquicentiblog, and my Bicentiblog milestones. Today I reached my Tricentiblog, and for this 300th article I have a special announcement to make!
As someone with a bachelor of science degree in computer programming, my career, as well as one of my main earthly passions, is all about technology. I love being (somewhat) on the cutting edge, and trying out new technology by being a (somewhat) early adopter. At times I discover some interesting aspects which I want to share with others.
During 2012 and 2013 I wrote some tech-related articles on this photography Web site. But for a couple of reasons, I don’t want to continue posting such articles here. For one thing, my passion and attention have turned away from photography during the past year, as I explained in my New Year’s Eve article 2013: What a Photographic Year It Wasn’t.
In addition, although many of the articles on this Web site are related to photographic technology, a number of the articles were more about computer technology — specifically the Apple iPad and its accessories or apps. Such topics, although interesting, do not really feel at home on a photography Web site.
On the other hand, I don’t have enough to write about technology to start a separate new Web site dedicated to it. Therefore I decided to make my Brian’s Bits Web site the new home for my future writings about technology by adding a new category of articles: Technology and Computing.
Rather than moving all of the old technology articles from this Web site to Brian’s Bits, I’m going to leave them where they are and simply link to them from over there. Following is a list of all the previous technology-related articles on this Web site which are not directly related to the topic of photography:
Any articles I write which pertain to photographic technology will continue to be posted on this current Web site.
All new articles about the iPad, Mac, and other computer (and non-computer) technology will henceforth be posted in the Brian’s Bits Technology and Computing section.
Well, now that my long-awaited and eagerly-anticipated Mac Pro has finally been delivered, I've got to attend to my new baby!