If someone asked me to name one thing I remember from first school, it would have to be a TV programme we all had to gather for, sit on the cold varnished floor - with legs crossed too, called Through The Dragon's Eye.
It was part of BBC Two's "Look and Read" educational type of programmes, and this one was the best of the bunch. It starts with three kids (Amanda, Jenny and Scott) who have painted onto a wall in their school playground a scenic landscape and a dragon. As soon as Jenny adds... [read more]
Even though my attention span isn't exactly the best in the world, I do like to keep myself occupied a majority of the time playing games on my laptop and no more so than the past week or so since I've had no internet at all (it's been horrible using Twitter via text message only).
Now I'm not really one for upto date games that are all heavily 3D, I prefer the older games that are still fun to play (mainly isometric style games too). So since I've been technically offline, I've been playing 1NSANE, Age of Empires, ... [read more]
My little Brother has a Fisher-Price Kid Tough V2751/V2752 Camera, which is basically a small digital camera designed for kids. It's bulky, but perfect for children - with kid friendly buttons too. The resolution of the images that the camera takes are 640*480 and saved as JPG files, so can be edited on a computer with any image editing software. The camera has a built-in storage capacity of 128MB - enough for approximately 1,080 pictures, which is more than enough for any child!
Now to transfer... [read more]
Evan (11th December 18:28)
Your website can show more than 200 photo? until 4000 like dhmIMG software?
djs (4th December 14:33)
yes rights. you can save it manually. I still develope it....
Alif (20th November 10:56)
how can i save all images. your web version it just show images rights?...
x (20th November 06:05)
I have created a web version. Thank you Dale for inspiring me.
Alif (19th November 05:20)