This set was taken mostly with cameras other than our usual digital camera, which had decided that it could only take one picture before deciding that it's out of charge (even when plugged in to wall current!) and auto-shutting down, and has been sent back for a refund. So we have some actual film pictures, including some with my Pentax K1000 (you know it's a good camera when they keep making the same one for 25 years) and Megan's camera, plus still shots from our camcorder, etc. It's an interesting hodgepodge, but I can't wait to replace our digital camera...among other things, I'd forgotten just how fast you can pay for a digital camera by not having to pay to get your film processed
On a related note, I'd like to send a big shout-out--preferably delivered via megaphone from about six inches away from either of their ears--to the ICS Support folks, who in their paranoia have decided that the designated grad student Unix machines should ensure that any time you create a file while logged in through them that its permissions will get munged to be accessible only to you...even if they're being created based on existing Unix files that have completely different permissions. Note that this is (fortunately!) not true of other grad-student-accessible machines on the same file system
, so this is both annoying and ineffectual--my favorite kind of security precaution.
Corwin's still cute and the captions still attempting humor, though, so have fun checking 'em out.