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Systems / Network Administrator for 20 years.

Most active voter on all of StackExchange: First person on all of StackExchange to vote on questions and answers 50,000 times. (And 60,000.. 70,000... 80,000... 90,000)

Before that: first person on ServerFault to vote 5,000 times and every 1,000-vote milestone after that, first person to vote 19,000 times on a single SE site and every 1,000-vote milestone after that. Currently at 30,000+ votes on ServerFault.

(Yeah, well, we can't all be Evan Anderson...)


Nov
30
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
6
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
30
awarded  Yearling
Aug
5
comment Why is sensor sensitivity called “ISO”?
Nitpick: ISO is not the International Standards Organization, the correct name is the International Organization for Standardization.
Jul
25
awarded  Electorate
May
23
accepted How strong is the tripod mount on the bottom of a DSLR?
May
22
asked How strong is the tripod mount on the bottom of a DSLR?
May
15
awarded  Civic Duty
May
13
answered What are the major differences between these camera series by Canon?
May
10
awarded  Citizen Patrol
May
6
awarded  Vox Populi
May
6
awarded  Suffrage
Apr
27
comment What type of camera can work in extreme weather conditions?
What did your friend recommend?
Apr
27
answered What does operating environment's Humidity at Less than 85% (no condensation) mean?
Apr
1
comment How to frame a critique request positively?
+1 for "don't boss them around with predetermined rules for what responses are "allowed"." That's always annoying.
Mar
28
comment How to analyze images with Fast Fourier Transform method?
@ChuckWang I have no idea... I remember doing experiments w/ FT optics in a Physics class in University. I forget the setup, but with a laser as light source and the right lens arrangement, you can put a screen in a position and see the FT of the image. Then you can do some image processing on the image, e.g. filter out dust.
Mar
27
answered How to analyze images with Fast Fourier Transform method?
Mar
15
awarded  Organizer
Mar
15
revised What factors should I consider to decide if it's worth upgrading to a “pro” level DSLR?
changed to make it more general
Mar
15
comment What factors should I consider to decide if it's worth upgrading to a “pro” level DSLR?
@Brett I took a swing at making the question more general so it's less likely to be closed. If that gets approved, you can re-edit if you don't like the extensive changes I made.