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I've had my iPhone for 18 months now, and for most of that time it's been the best camera I've had to hand – so I've taken thousands of photos. Most of them never left the phone, but now that I'm about to take a screwdriver to it (busted headphone jack) I thought I'd rifle through and see if there's anything worth saving.
Perhaps unsurprisingly: lots of cat photos. And so, here's 18 months in (mostly) cat-snaps.
First up, Ralph, clearly puzzled by the shiny new gadget being shoved in his face:
Shortly after getting the phone, I was off to Kyoto and Hiroshima – Ralph helped to pack:
.. but I left the new phone at home. On my return, Hunter was just puffing around being cute.
Next up, lots of photos of Helen and I packing. The cats helped out by snoozing on the boxes:
.. then came the terrifying day of moving house:
.. and further terror in our new place.
They didn't come out for a day. Suddenly, though, a Ralph appeared:
.. and a furball:
.. it took a while before they could deal with the concept of two floors, though.
There's been a lot written about those Wikipedia Jimmy Wales banners. For my part, I'm just pleased that, unlike late 2010, this year's version doesn't use an image approximately 10bn pixels long. But if you're getting tired of seeing Mr Wales every day – and, preferably, after you've donated – here's how to replace him with Business Cat.
Something I knocked up the other week while playing with DIY Chromakey. The green screen (four sheets of A4 paper) worked fairly well. The camera, on the other hand – an early consumer HD model with no effective manual focus – was a bit crap.
Kitten Block for Firefox now has over 1,000 users and has been verified by Mozilla, but I've also had dozens of requests for a version that works with the Chrome browser. So, er, I made one. You can get it here.
As with the Firefox version, it's very simple: no options, just simple kitten-based blocking. Enjoy!