Posts tagged “webcams”


That’s me. Click on it and it pops open a little window that will refresh every minute or so. You can do that by clicking the ‘live webcam’ link on the left, too. If it looks like I haven’t moved for hours it probably just means that the camera is not recording. Or I’m really

I made some updates to the MetaCamPage last night. I added a few and removed a few. I also posted to the Song of the Moment page for the first time in months. I know some people have been mad at me for not staying on top of it!

I finally got a chance to update the MetaCamPage last night. I added three new cams and updated several that had moved. Please let me know if there are any more changes I need to make. Enjoy!

I’ve been fairly busy lately, but there will soon be several modifications and additions to the MetaCamPage. I should also be able to get my outbound eMail in order in the next day or so. Bear with me. It’s the heart of football season, and I am easily distracted.


Now! Appearing live (a few hours ago) on the MonkeyCam at Jabber:Packets!

Nifty Hat

Check out the nifty hat on the Billycam! But you better get there soon because he’s changing hats even more quickly than me these days …

The Creative Labs Video Blaster

WebCam 2000 is a program for serving up live images to the Web from any video capture device connected to your computer. It can serve pictures as either JPEG or bitmap (BMP), and can include complete HTTP headers. New features in this version include the ability to scale the image, add text captions, and overlay

I finally updated the MetaCamPage: added a cam, moved the rows… In other news: I added a link to one of my favorite sites to the sidebar over there, Instant Monkeys – I love Instant Monkeys! Send me one! I also decided to see what your favorite beverage is. Vote in the sidebar. I’ll post the results next Wednesday.

What Is This? is the personal weblog of me, David Vincent Gagne. I've been publishing here since 1999, which makes this one of the oldest continuously-updated websites on the Internet.

A few years ago I was trying to determine what cocktails I could make with the alcohol I had at home. I searched the App Store but couldn't find an app that would let me do that, so I built one.


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