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Pixel-worthy moments of my Instantaneous Reality...

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...more carefully engineered entries can be found on my Reality Engineering blog.


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2005 Corvette

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A friend of ours just got a new Corvette, which is pretty cool. My
favorite feature is the keyless operation ... walk near the car and the
door unlocks, walk away and the door locks. Nice.
--akp
1st Feb 2005, 21:48   comments (2)

Test

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I would like to meet someone from the product naming group at IKEA
sometime and try to understand their mindset...
--akp
1st Feb 2005, 19:40   comments (0)

Jet Engine?

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What on earth is on the back of this truck?
--akp
1st Feb 2005, 18:50   comments (2)

Death Grip

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Willow seems to be holding on to the chair for he dear life...not sure
why, she seemed relaxed a minute before...
--akp
1st Feb 2005, 18:48   comments (11)

Adios

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The last night of the cruise, watching the sun go down through the
window of our stateroom. Why can't life always be like a cruise?
1st Feb 2005, 08:33   comments (2)

Sergio Bustamante

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We found this gallery featuring the works of Sergio Bustamante in Cabo
San Lucas. Really cool stuff.
31st Jan 2005, 18:46   comments (0)

Salty Swim

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My kid on the right, swimming in the salt water pool of the ship, with a
friend she met on-board. All the girls on the ship, with the exception
of ours, seemed to have gotten beads put into their hair while in Mexico.
31st Jan 2005, 18:38   comments (0)

Traffic Jam

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The red and white boats are the cruise ship tender boats, which are
normally used to take people to shore when there isn't room for the ship
to dock. The blue and grey boats are the tender boats apparently
belonging to the local government, which apparently preferred that they
take us to shore -- causing a bit of confusion. The small grey boat
belongs to the Mexican government and is there to keep an eye on
things. There are two guys with semi-automatic rifles on the little
grey boat. Not as comforting as you might think.
29th Jan 2005, 23:09   comments (1)