I paid a visit to David Fortier River Park in Olmsted Falls this morning hoping to use my Canon DSLR to capture some morning scenes. I forgot, however, how cold the camera was from in-house storage and how well-insulated the camera bag was. I uncapped the lens at the park in the humid morning air and voila! Dew instantly covered the lens! It was unusable for the entire time I was at the park. So, I used my iPod Touch to capture this and a couple of other scenes. Lesson: Have the camera out the whole trip and the lens will be free of fog (besides being available for instant use)! Also, the iPod is a pretty darned good “go everywhere” camera.
In Olmsted Falls – iPod Touch Photograph
Well, well, well… the new release of the WordPress App for Apple iOS is good! I’ve used it several times now to manage comments and post replies. I’m even composing this entire brief post on my iPod Touch! The app doesn’t “hang” now and I’ve not had to reset my Touch; that’s the way it ought to be and should have been from the beginning. Thanks, WordPress, for fixing it!
I’ve just downloaded the WordPress iOS app for my Apple iPod Touch. Writing a full blog entry on the tiny onscreen keyboard is agony. Writing and managing comments? Hmmmm… It has possibilities. Besides, it’s free! Thanks, WordPress!
UPDATE: The WordPress iOS App officially sucks and has been deleted from my iPod Touch. It repeatedly hung, failed to recognize and hold my authentication information, and even required a hard reset of my Touch on one occasion. Blech!