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I need a more contemporaneous method of blogging. A good camera, with a
good keyboard and inbuilt connection to my mobile internet network.
Sure, then I'd need a Photoshop-like red eye fixer, crop, adjust balance and so on, spell
checker, search past entries... Lot's of nick nack functions.
But a nice camera, good keyboard, Radio Userland, Photoshop, and a browser with a decent screen, and I'd ditch my PC.
I need something that I can snatch 10 minutes with a pint of best, to blog up some pix of the kids as they climb slides, and balance on obstacle courses. Current mobile phones with cameras, are max'd at 1 megapixels. Don't know yet, about the quality of video, but, surely that would be a shortcut or a do-a-way-with for a qwerty keyboard? Thus, I could video comments rather than write them up, add in a txt msg/description 4 the video, and open a window (in Radio on the home PC) containing an outline of all such txt msgs at home for me to touch up later.
Sounds about right? Anybody think of another way to blog kids when one's out and about?
Sucking sweets at the cinema. We had so many left, that they lasted me the week. (I hid them from the kids when we got home.)
If that were a bottle of beer... The seats are so big for Bradley. He dropped his bottle of juice, and it rolled all the way to the front.
This weekend, after swimming, we go to Bradley's nursery for a fair. We won on the raffle too. Some character chalks for Brad, and a pencil set for Esme. They wouldn't go into the fire engine, but that's quite usual.
We also went to a pub for Dinner Friday evening. Lovely food. And I never say that, like ever! I had medium rare steak in a red wine sauce, with a dollop of pate on top, and mushrooms. The current landlord has only been there three weeks, so was very pleased with my comments, and that Manda took Es and Brad with Alex and Francis along again today.
They only reason they look so unhappy is that we have to go. They want to stay. There's a slide, swings and an obstacle course at this pub on Long Lane near Wrockwardine.