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If you stare at this page long enough, you will soon realize that not much is going on in Korat....

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Good one Mike. But perhaps you should put one outside the Pasinee Restaurant. Then Udon could get a glimpse of all the "eye candy" walking by. :o

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Good one Mike.  But perhaps you should put one outside the Pasinee Restaurant.  Then Udon could get a glimpse of all the "eye candy" walking by. :o

Well, if we could persuade Mike to put in a Wireless Access Point I could bring along the laptop and broadcast from there!

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Nice one Mike. how about some details on the cam & your connection etc.? :D

Ken's right, I could do with some eye candy, nothing here but Scarfeys and very black Crows. :o

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Camera is an Apple iSight, FireWire camera carefully balanced in front of a very dirty window. (Note to self -- clean soon.)

Machine is a 1GHz 17" Apple iMac. Connection is TT&T Broadband via ISSP at 256/128. The images are only about 16K, so upload is very quick.

Software is EvoCam, which I just switched to today. I used to use Occulus, but it didn't deal with the iSight camera very well.

Eye candy? Hmmm. Check for the Gai Yang girl tomorrow morning.....

And, I'm glad someone moved the car. It was blocking our driveway!

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I saw a girl and she moved.....first time lucky I guess

:o:D:D

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I saw a girl and she moved.....first time lucky I guess

If all goes well, there should be a daily movie of the previous day's shots. A sort of time-lapse video of any action in front of our place.

The link doesn't work today as there is no video uploaded yet.

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KoratKam

If you stare at this page long enough, you will soon realize that not much is going on in Korat....

:o

The time lapse movie feature is working now.

You can get it here:

Korat Kam Time Lapse Move

Or from the link on the Korat Kam page.

You need Quicktime to view the movie.

It's actually pretty funny, but it does give you an idea of what goes on during the day outside my house....

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I liked the time lapse "thingy". Will have to chat with you at the Pasinee to see what we might be able to do there (just for fun and a beer). :o

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I liked the time lapse "thingy".  Will have to chat with you at the Pasinee to see what we might be able to do there (just for fun and a beer). :o

It's a deal. I suspect that at least a few things we might do at Pasinee involve student nurses and big trouble....

BTW - Tomorrow's time lapse movie (of today's activity) will be a big one and rather interesting. It includes our purchase of Gai Yang and Khao Niao for breakfast along with the installation of UBC. I gave a CD with the UBC portion of the video to a young student intern with UBC. She and her colleague were thrilled.

:D

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I just went to look at it and it is black..... :o:D

BTW...it is 10pm in Thailand right now..... :D

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Camera is an Apple iSight, FireWire camera carefully balanced in front of a very dirty window. (Note to self -- clean soon.)

Machine is a 1GHz 17" Apple iMac. Connection is TT&T Broadband via ISSP at 256/128. The images are only about 16K, so upload is very quick.

OMG!!! A fellow Mac user in Korat? *does a happy dance*

What is the availability of Mac hardware and software there? I have been suspecting a quick flight to Singapore might be needed. What is essential to have that we cannot get in Thailand?

We will be moving into our home in Land and House just outside Nakhon Ratchasima in about a year. Can't wait. OS X 10.4, Tiger, rocks.

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OMG!!! A fellow Mac user in Korat? *does a happy dance*

What is the availability of Mac hardware and software there? I have been suspecting a quick flight to Singapore might be needed. What is essential to have that we cannot get in Thailand?

We will be moving into our home in Land and House just outside Nakhon Ratchasima in about a year. Can't wait. OS X 10.4, Tiger, rocks.

Nothing in Korat, but there are several decent Apple dealers in Bangkok. One in the Siam Discovery Center and the other in Fortune City (?).

We're off to Bangkok next week to pick up a copy of Tiger....

:o

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I can't watch the time lapse without having the theme from King of the Hill running through my head. :o

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