Look back; there is no escape
So, to summarize, I'd like everyone to know that I do too know how to take a picture on a digital camera. I don't want to brag, but I have noticed how every digital camera in the world has a little button on the top that you press to take the picture. I'd got this worked out pretty well sometime in like 1978 when I first heard of the idea of taking pictures with anything more advanced than taping the newspaper photograph up to the window so I could trace over it on some paper.
As to why I'm in a state where I need to clarify this, that's the rest of this week's big entry. Also appearing this past week:
Trivia: Gemini 7 carried the greatest number of science experiments of any Gemini flight, with 20. Gemini 3 and 6 carried the fewest, three each. Source: Gemini: Steps To The Moon, David J Shayler.
Currently Reading: From Approximately Coast To Coast ... It's The Bob And Ray Show, Bob Elliot, Ray Goulding. Transcripts of some of their bits.
Making The End Of The World Quantitative, getting back to my Sleeping Bear Dunes-inspired word problem.