Tim Dehring

Well, it took an hour to write, I thought it would take an hour to read!

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Fantastical 2 for Mac

Fantastical 2 for Mac →

The original Fantastical was only a menu bar app. With Fantastical 2, we’ve reinvented Fantastical and made it a full Mac application, without losing the benefits and convenience of the menu bar window.

I could regurgitate what’s listed on Flexibit’s website about what’s new with Fantastical 2, but there’s too much to list and it’s worth visiting their website to see for yourself.

My favorite feature? Fantastical 2 is now a full-size calendar app and not just an icon in the menubar.

You can get Fantastical for $39.99 on the Mac App Store; $10 off for a limited time.

*I am not one of the “Apple bloggers” that received a promo code.

Image credit: Flexibits
The Tell-Tale Heart

“Villains!” I shrieked, “dissemble no more! I admit the deed! – tear up the planks! here, here! – It is the beating of his hideous heart!”
Edgar Allan Poe, “The Tell-Tale Heart”

Image credit: Unknown
Fort Macon State Park

Fort Macon State Park

I think I’m one of the few people who spends my vacation going to historical sites, especially if I’ve visited them before. Growing up in eastern North Carolina, I was able to visit a lot of colonial and Civil War-era sites, and so I’ve always been fascinated with those time periods.

It’s no surprise then, that our small vacation a few weeks ago resulted in us visiting Fort Macon State Park, located along the coast of North Carolina.

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Dust Bowl

Please Excuse the Dust

Out of the blue, I decided to completely redo everything on this site.

I am currently importing old posts that I believe will be of use in the future, while sorting through others to determine if they’re worth keeping.

See something that isn’t working? Contact me and let me know.

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Images Of Pripyat After Chernobyl Accident In 1986

If you have time and want to see some incredibly haunting pictures of the town Pripyat in the Ukraine, I urge you to check out this photo set on Flickr. Abandoned hospitals, schools, and an amusement park make up the bulk of the images, but there’s a lot to go through and discover.

Image credit: Jacek Wojciechowski

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