So, here is my latest drawing done directly on my computer using the VisTablet.
I really like this thing, there are just a few things that bother me.
Currently, I haven't figured out how to limit the device to just one of my monitors on my dual monitor system.
This car took about 5 hours to complete.
So last night I got a new digitizing tablet for my computer and started playing with it.
It took me a little bit to get the latest drivers installed, as they wouldn't run from the CD on Windows 7, so I downloaded them and ran them directly.
Once they were loaded, things started going more smoothly.
Note, windows 7 did recognize the tablet right away, but the input wasn't smooth.
Here is one of the first drawings I made with the Tablet
Here is a picture of my cartoon guy gritting his teeth in anger.
For the first time in the 10+ years I've lived in California, it was snowing on the Central Valley and Livermore Valley floors while the sun was out. And it was actually sticking below 500 feet on the Altimont Pass this morning.
Check out this video:
So I was watching my Tweetdeck the other day, and Richard tweeted his new blog post about "Real Security Is Threat-Centric" and it got me thinking. The thought that jumped into my head right off was "he may have a point", but then I thought, 'wait, that doesn't even apply in the "real world"'.
Spent the day at the Cornerstones of Trust Security Conference today in Foster City. Spent the day on the technology track.
In this track, they discussed Virtualization and Cloud Computing and the security implications of using cloud computing. I found the information regarding some of the new VMware security products that have been announced very interesting, now these were not VMware vendor discussions but rather the points of view of a technologies who is in the process of implementing them and following their products.