I hereby submit for consideration into the greater discourse a term to explain an often occurring phenomenon in as condensed a manner as possible.
Have you ever set out to solve a problem, only to uncover an intermediary problem? This happens far too regularly in the world of computers.
“Before you get to him, you’ll have to go through me first.”
It is the opposite of the Domino Effect where a series of events unfolds with ease. Hence, The onimoD Effect.
We’ve been back a week from our better-than-honeymooon trip to Patzcuaro Mexico. Here’s a selection of videos hosted on Google Video, which if you can believe it, has been processing one of the videos for a whole week and is still not done.
An almost 360Â° view of the Patzcuaro’s central square called Plaza Vasco de Quiroga.
Some of traditional dancers on the square doing the dance of the Viejitos (little old fogies?).
Some caged chicks for sale. Not what it sounds like.
An almost 360Â° view from the highest point in town.
The hotel’s security official, an adorable Shar Pei called Vanilla with some nerve problems in his back legs.
During rainy season it rains up to an hour a day but what a cathartic rain it is.
Julia and I are guests of Gemma and Didier at the wonderful hotel Casa de la Real Aduana. Here are the best photos in a slideshow, which I will update regularly. Julia, Didier and I all took turns as photographers.