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Monday, March 18, 2002

Ooh, I've registered Radio Userland, so I may carry on doing this blog for more than 30 days.

1:50:55 PM  comment []    

Steven Cain writes:

I spent only between 90 and 120 minutes on 'our' iMac, and sadly almost none of it was editing. You didn't get much iMactime mainly because you were off in Cambridge preaching iNeep and making Michael Abbott feel very tech-lagged. Not that I was entirely innocent of same.

More pertinently, you may want to check if Macadamia is showing up OK. I can't see the comments, which may be a fault, or may simply be that Radio Userland has been designated as 'chat' and therefore verboten through the firewall.

No, it just looks as if the comment interface only works intermittently. I will investigate.

You know you're in a sad state where you're reduced to communicating with your spouse by posting comments on their blog.

We did spend the day in Cambridge yesterday, being fed splendid brunch by Vicki King and Alasdair Mackintosh, along with various other people, including regular Macadamia reader Austin Benson and neepiphobe Michael Abbott. We discovered that our heart-stoppingly brilliant DVD-R of the kids does not play in Tibs and Joan's DVD player, which is a shame, because they're just about the only people we know other than immediate family members who might actually have enjoyed it.

1:37:49 PM  comment []    

Well, I didn't get a chance to progress my understanding of Macs yesterday, because Steven wickedly spent several hours playing with the iMac and learning iMovie. He's re-editing the footage of the kids, but darkly explains that he wants to do something "completely different" from my nuts and bolts family video. I think he must be an auteur.

8:29:07 AM  comment []    

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