How to have an adventure:
Go to Yosemite and walk around. It’s a very beautiful place full of trees and tall rock formations.
Take a hike on one of the many trails. We went to Glacier point, and it was a crime how many people drove to the top rather than hiking. The path is so sheer you can get a sense of accomplishment as you look over the valley.
Walk home in the dark. It’s scary, and probably more than a little stupid but the stars were perfect and the extra effort really bonded the four of us together.
Fly there. Driving is for wimps. Get some of your Google buddies to hop in their private plane and take you to Yosemite. Did I forget to mention that before?
And that’s my weekend folks!
I’m going to ignore the pink elephant in the room and just talk about anything but. If you know me, ask about the pink elephant and I’ll let you in but the web is no place for pink elephants.
But in other news, Leopard shipped! Work wrapped up a little bit ago for us because they need to put all the shiny disks in the plastic boxes but it’s extremely nice to be able to talk about it finally. You should definitely check out iChat, which uses QuartzComposer to make you look even funnier while video chatting with your friends. There are also some pretty sweet iTunes visualizers and new image filters that are really nice. Of the three new QC screensavers, one started out as a little test I did to make sure the Noise patch was working.
Of course if you’re into art or programming or any combination thereof, be sure to install the Quartz Composer editor application by installing the Developer tools. Real live features I put into Leopard are available for you to play with.
Hope you enjoy!