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Jeremey
Houston, TX
hacker / software engineer / cocktail enthusiast / espresso snob / photographer
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These were all shot with my iPhone using Hipstamatic. I've found it to be a pretty interesting tool because you can't reprocess later and you can't load up a plain image to process... you have to shoot with the app and make your decisions up front. That's a bit of a different approach than most iPhone apps. These were all shot with the "John S" lens and "Ina's 69" film. All shot while moving at 60+mph, so composing was a bit tricky. Thanks, Jeremey.
Toggle Commented Mar 27, 2011 on Houston: The Drive at Jeremey's Weblog
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The tolerances on the Hario aren't tight enough to mass produce a bushing, it seems... but if you can track one down that will fit yours, that seems to be the right answer. Mine is packed up in a box for moving, so I can't see it in front of me right now... but basically it needs to fit as close to the bottom of the shaft as possible. However, I could see issues with the burrs not being aligned quite right with a bushing (being by definition symmetrical), so it may just not be possible. A friend of mine had some bushings made and just couldn't make them work consistently.
Toggle Commented Jun 29, 2010 on Hario Hand Coffee Grinder at Jeremey's Weblog
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Mar 15, 2010
Hi Jamy, a friend of mine (owner of a local shop) had some bushings made to try to improve things... I should have my grinder back in the next few days, w/ the bushing installed for testing. Will let you know! Jeremey.
Toggle Commented Feb 23, 2010 on Hario Hand Coffee Grinder at Jeremey's Weblog
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Yes I did! Catalina Coffee on Washington. Its excellent!
Toggle Commented Jan 17, 2010 on Houston Latte Art? at Jeremey's Weblog
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I'm starting this blog specifically to post photography, especially work for clients that I don't want to post on more social sites like Flickr. Continue reading
Posted Oct 1, 2009 at jlb photographer
Having said that, I might be more inclined to submix the things people might need to hear instead of sending the mains. If people are going to listen to that channel in the Avioms, they're probably only going to want things that aren't happening during a set. So pastor, CD player, that kind of stuff won't be playing during a worship set, so it's not going to anyone (but be careful about cue-ing a CD or something). But I'm not sure any musicians will want to listen to the mains during a set, so they may mute the channel, which sorta defeats the purpose. Unless they decide that that's a better way to go and they manage the muting/unmuting. I guess it depends on your musicians and what they'd rather deal with. :)
Toggle Commented Sep 1, 2009 on Yamaha M7CL + Aviom Monitors at Jeremey's Weblog
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You can definitely do that. You can assign your mains to as many outs at the same time as you like... or you can send them to a matrix which you can route to an Aviom channel too. I have a mains + house mics submix on a matrix which is sent to other rooms and into a video feed. It could just as easily be assigned to one of the direct outs to the Avioms. Hope that helps...
Toggle Commented Sep 1, 2009 on Yamaha M7CL + Aviom Monitors at Jeremey's Weblog
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One additional note: you will want to be sure the argument passed to newClosure() cannot or will not be modified after the call. So you might deep-copy the object to be certain (since Java won't do this for you). If your use of this technique is simple, passing a reference to an existing object may be fine. But if you pass the Closure deep into some other logic, you will want to be sure the object was copied in its "closured" state.
Toggle Commented May 2, 2009 on 3J.10: Closures at 3J
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Hi PJ, sorry I'm so late replying, feel free to use the images, just please credit me somewhere (e.g. "photos by Jeremey Barrett", with a link to http://www.jeremey.com/ if that's appropriate). Also feel free to quote from the review. Thanks, Jeremey.
Toggle Commented Mar 24, 2009 on Hario Hand Coffee Grinder at Jeremey's Weblog
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The reverb return is coming into the board as a normal stereo channel pair, so I'm sending it into the Avioms like anything else, by routing it to one of the mixes from that return channel (recall that I'm using the mixes to send to the Avioms). So the reverb signal flow is: vocal channel -> matrix 1 -> rack 5 (reverb) -> stereo return on ST1 -> mix 12 Hope that helps!
Toggle Commented Feb 3, 2009 on Yamaha M7CL + Aviom Monitors at Jeremey's Weblog
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Brian, nope haven't had any problems like that. The one note is we're using the big distributors, we replaced the little ones (that need all the wall warts) very quickly.
Toggle Commented Feb 3, 2009 on Yamaha M7CL + Aviom Monitors at Jeremey's Weblog
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I don't currently plan to upgrade... I'm very happy with the 2.0 firmware and especially the App Store, and there isn't much in the new hardware that's compelling. If it had video or a much improved camera, I would've been standing in line. However, games really eat up the battery of the 1st gen iPhone... the new one should offer some improvement there, and if I find I play a lot of games on it, that could be enough motivation to upgrade. But hopefully I can just charge early and often and wait for something w/ video.
Good to hear! I was hoping they'd fix that in FF3
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Yeah, I'm liking it more now. I totally agree that consistent behavior is critical. I'm not sure that look is a part of that or not. Apple redid a UI yet again with Mail 2.0 (in Tiger), and lots of people yelled about it, but I'm not sure why. The buttons look nice, and they still work. The new look is at least more consistent, though it falls short of actually being the same. The homogeneity of apps on other platforms hasn't proved to make them any better, I don't think. Maybe I was so used to Linux, where everything is wildly different, that Apple was a step in the right direction.
Toggle Commented Sep 29, 2005 on The Consistent UI Look ... Myth? at Jeremey's Weblog
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