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Welcome to Ada Jane!

by AndyMac

In early July, we had a little girl: Ada Jane McLauthlin. She weighed in at 7 lbs 7 oz and measured 19 1/2 inches, and everyone is healthy. As of a few days ago (just over 4 weeks old), she was up to 8 lbs 10 oz and starting to outgrow the newborn clothes!

I wanted to have somewhere to share some pictures with folks that wasn’t Facebook, so here we are: (Read more…)

Thailand

by AndyMac

Yep, Thailand! We both wanted to take a big vacation, but not anything too expensive, and it just so happened that Ravi and Katie were currently stationed in Thailand and available when we were. This also coincided with our first anniversary, making it a little more special.

We did so many little things each day on our trip, and people have been asking for all kinds of different details, so I think I’ll try to describe the trip day by day and cover all those questions at once. That will make this post really long, so maybe just scan through the pictures if you want ;). (Read more…)

Honeymoon

by AndyMac

It’s taken me a while to get this up here, but I wanted to share some pictures from our trip to St Lucia!

Liz beat me to it and put together a cute photo book of the trip, so I’m going to basically copy her excellent selections up here.

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Mountains!

 

(Each of these images links to a larger version)

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Wedding!

by AndyMac

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The wedding went off with glorious hitches! It was a gorgeous fall day, and things were set to go off at 4pm. We opted for a “first look”, which was a new idea to me, but one I very much liked. At about 2pm, Liz and I were driven out to meet each other. We got some time to see each other, talk, get some of the emotions and jitters under control, and of course, the photographers were at a semi-discreet distance the whole time. (Read more…)

How many content producers do we need?

by AndyMac

mediaI was talking with someone a while back about the fact that more and more things in our lives, both work and private, are becoming automated.  When talking with some people about this, they’re excited, because the more “menial” tasks are taken away from people, the more people can spend time doing things they enjoy, or spend time creating. Some other people note that automation might reduce employment … as factory jobs are converted over to robots, for example, there are less line workers. (Read more…)