Jaren lang, wat zeg ik meer dan 20 jaar heb ik op deze site veel artikelen geschreven. Dat deed ik ook op andere sites maar door de jaren heen zijn veel van die artikelen verloren gegaan, omdat ik verschillende blogs combineerde en heb verplaatst van diverse Content Management Systemen.
Daarnaast liepen nogal verschillende artikelen door elkaar heen, zoals Tech, Lifestyle, Health enz enz enz. Ik wilde voor mijn Tech artikelen een aparte omgeving dus heb ik de site iTheo.tech opgezet.
Dus… This is not The Tech site you are looking for.
Shooting a good picture is not easy. But when you shoot the right photo and afterwards you see a Yellowish or Blue-ish color on top of your photo’s you might ask yourself what you can do to remove this mistake.
I’ve got the solution for you to remove this yellow color from your photo’s.
The process to remove the yellow color is very easy in Lightroom. The wrong color is due a wrong white balance when you take that picture.
Solution remove yellow color with lightroom
Follow the next steps to remove the yellowish color from your photos.
- Open Lightroom;
- Select the right Photo;
- Click on Develop;
- Click on the White Balance color picker
- Search for a part of the picture that should be white! Like Teeth, a pearl from a necklace, a white flower or anything.
- Click with the White Balance Color Picker in the part that should be white.
White Balance Color Picker
This solution also works with a Blue-ish colorproblem in the photo.
So today I started reading “The PhoenixnProject”. It’s A Novel About IT,nDevOps, and Helping Your Business Win.
I’ve got it from Kim Gene how gave it to me fornfree. I had some other books to read first… and it was laying on the bookshelfnfor a couple of months.n< !–more –>nToday I walked by that self… and saw the book! I thought…. you know what…..nit’s time to start reading this book.
And boy oh boy…. is this book like a mirror!
nI have not finished it yet! I’m only on like page 70 or so….. but what I’venread until now is like my own life! Not to the detail (that would be reallynscary) no, but I recognise the story, the setting and the problems.
Yes.. I’m an IT Manager… and yes I’ve got the same problems. Don’t get menwrong, my problems are not as big as in this book. But they look alike. Thencompany I work for isn’t that big and it’s a great company but we have thensame sort of issue’s.
So what’s the book about?
Bill is an IT manager at Parts Unlimited. It’s Tuesday morning and on hisndrive into the office, Bill gets a call from the CEO.
The company’s new IT initiative, code named Phoenix Project, is critical tonthe future of Parts Unlimited, but the project is massively over budget andnvery late. The CEO wants Bill to report directly to him and fix the mess innninety days or else Bill’s entire department will be outsourced.
With the help of a prospective board member and his mysterious philosophy ofnThe Three Ways, Bill starts to see that IT work has more in common withnmanufacturing plant work than he ever imagined. With the clock ticking, Billnmust organize work flow streamline interdepartmental communications, andneffectively serve the other business functions at Parts Unlimited.
n In a fast-paced and entertaining style, three luminaries of the DevOpsnmovement deliver a story that anyone who works in IT will recognize. Readersnwill not only learn how to improve their own IT organizations, they’ll nevernview IT the same way again.
Although I didn’t learn anything new yet! I’m very anxious to read this booknto the end in a few days.
If you are an IT Manager, a Lead Developer, a team lead or Scrum Master… Inrecon you should start reading this book!
I’ll let you know when I finished…. I’ll guess it’s gonna be part of mynchanging the company plan.
Wanna buy the book? Go To: The PhoenixnProject
Beep…. Beep … Beep a constant beeping noise in my ear when I turn on the HPnenvy 7640.
Beep…. Beep … Beep a constant beeping noise in my ear when I turn on the HPnenvy 7640.n< !–more –>nI was about to pull out my hair… or throw the HP 7640 out of my window.
It drove me crazy!!!
And then I found te sollution!
So I tried to record the sound or beeping or peeping noise the HP envy 7640nmakes.
Here’s the sound mine made ( turn your volume up!! )
When I turned the HP off… the sound was a bit better…. but I could still hearnit!
The HP is a great printer. I do a lot of printing and scanning on it! Evennwith my iPhone when I’m around the house.
The colors are very vivid and the printing and scanning doesn’t take a lot ofntime. And even better… the whole street uses my Printer to print their stuff.nNeighbours just send their files by mail to my printer. The then give me ancall if they can get the printed stuff 🙂
But it’s the sound!!! The ever lasting Beeeeeeeep or Peeeeeeeeep… well you getnthe picture… I mean you get the Hearing when you play the above file. I wasnabout to sell the damn noise making printer and then I found the solution!!!
The solution is simple! Just unplug it! Yes yes…. Unplug it from the wallnoutlet! And the MotherF@&$^!*& is finally quiet!!
Ha ha ha okay, that’s not a real solution, but for now it works!
The real solution is to Call HP! Yes call them!!
For the Netherlands:
n020–721 90 41 van ma-vr tussen 08.30–18.00
For other countries look on the HP site. I would have searched for it for you,nbut it keeps redirecting me to the Dutch site.
When you call them explain the problem. That the noise is gone when you unplugnthe mother! What they will do is send you a new adapter. It an internal onenbut replacing the adapter on the HP envy 7640 is very simple! My 4 year oldnson could do it! (yes I actually saw him do it!)
After replacing it, the noise is gone! Sit back and relax and enjoy your HPnPrinter again!
Ghost is a platform dedicated to one thing: Publishing. It’s beautifully designed, completely customisable and completely Open Source. Ghost allows you to write and publish your own blog, giving you the tools to make it easy and even fun to do.
The Ghost application is free. Free to use, free to modify, free to share, free to redistribute. You can do anything you like with the software, without legal restriction.
But I don’t want to modify it… I don’t want to redistribute it.. I just want to use it … without any installation or upgrading or anything… I just want to blog.
And than…. Ghost is not free!
So you’ve got a big project you’re working on and got a good development environment and your IDE handles stuff through a mounted drive!
And guess what…. editing, saving, committing, updating is slow as a snail! It’s not your IDE you should worry about! No …. it’s your mounted drive!