PBS did a special on BBQ places in the Atlanta area. Here's a map:

View Atlanta's Best BBQ in a larger map

Got my second Geocache today GCTFFB, "The Lady in Red.....Skirt". I'm really liking this. The first one was GC15JDA, "Willy Lump-Lump" out near Nathan's house. We went out in the dead of night last Friday night and stumbled around in the dark before we found it, but it was fun. Next I tried one close to my house, GC1JW9E, "L. P. & U.". I got stymied because my iPhone GPS was just not getting an accurate signal, so I couldn't quite figure out where I was supposed to be looking, but I think I will try again, since I've looked at google maps, and I think I have narrowed my search a bit. Last night, my cousin Andy, Troop and myself went out to find GC20TMT, "Bad Hat", near Dagwoods, where we play trivia on Wednesday nights. We didn't find that one either, but it was only placed less than a month ago, so I think that cache is probably gone.

see Over all, I'm having a lot of fun with this, and I'm going to keep doing it. I have been thinking about getting a more accurate GPS to help, but I'm not sure yet. It would certainly help a lot, especially in tree cover. We'll see.

I appropriated my domain, which originally sprang from the Hanson Crew at GT, for our Shadowrun group. I thought it might be oddly appropriate enough. Unfortunately there doesn't seem to be much interest in it yet. That's ok, though. At the very least, I've got to try out the latest version of TikiWiki the CMS software. I like it a lot. I think one day this will be the best stuff out there.

I can't wait for the fall to get here. It's actually been a mild summer, really. Only a few weeks of really hot weather, and lots of rain. Still, the small amount of really hot weather is draining. Plus Summer TV has not been as good as usual, and the Fall line-ups have a lot of promise.

For my Shadowrun Peeps, this is a good example of Augmented Reality as from normal life in Shadowrun. It also makes me wish we had this in the days we used to play Warhammer 40K all the time.
This is from a demo at SIGGRAPH 2009. Frantz Lasorne, a student at L'?cole de Design in France has made this cool toy.

go here Augmented Reality Toys.v2 (Work in progress) from Frantz Lasorne on Vimeo.

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