Picasa Web Albums has now caught up with Flickr and started to properly support GeoTagging of Photos.
Yesterday I cycled in the Edinburgh Critical Mass.
The idea about Critical Mass is to raise awareness of cycling. A large group of cyclists just get together and cycle around a city as a group. It is completely unorganised except the starting location and time. No route is planned in advance. Anyone in the group can decide to take the lead and the route is chosen on the fly by consensus.
In Edinburgh, on the last Friday of every month at 17:30 for 18:00 set off, a bunch of cyclists get together at the the foot of the mound beside the National Galleries of Scotland. The cycle takes around an hour or two.
Today I thought I would give you a sneak peek at the upcoming OpenOffice.org Aqua. I have 2 quick screenshots for you.
First up is the OpenOffice.org Writer window after resizing, with a native Mac menu bar.
Second is a menu. You can currently use both cmd or ctrl to activate the menu command shortcuts. There is no native file picker yet, but it is a work in progress.
Please take a look at http://www.byphotos.com/album/4050544 which contains all the photos from my trip.
I know some of them have not been rotated.
It was the first time I can remember being in London. Over a decade ago I had been round the M25 on the way to Dover, it was so long ago, I can’t remember, mind you I would probably have been sleeping at time.
There are some pictures of the trams and trolley buses in Lyon in there, if anyone is interested.
I found it quite good at being able to catch the sunset whilst on the Eurostar on leaving France.