So much about us is stored in the cloud (our finances, our communication, our social lives) that we can’t turn back. The only way to protect what you’ve shared so far is to share some more. Protect your data with a password. Protect the password with some secret, personal questions. Protect all of that with your fingerprint or your heartbeat. Before long, you’ll have to give a DNA swab to access a collection photos you took yourself.
President Obama was here in the Bay Area having dinner last night with some important people.
It must be pretty awesome to be there taking these pictures. Check out a Q&A session with Pete Souza, official White House photographer.
Anyone recognize the people at dinner with the President?
This is The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Such a beautiful campus out in the middle of nowhere. Apparently, that red thing is a sundial, not a chicken. And who can forget those elevators that go to LG1 with the voice that announces “el gee…yut lao.”
Hmm, I don’t like how the sides of the building were cut off. Makes me want to get a wide angle lens. Not that it would make that much of a difference, with my amateur skills.