Sunday, September 12, 2004

"vinaka CAFE"

"vinaka CAFE", originally uploaded by spiralli.

September is the month summer ends (of course here in Southern California, it is 97 degrees IN my apartment at 10 PM despite the Florida style hurricane effect of the 4 Target fans strategically aimed directly at my head) "Sad, sad, sad" as my sister Emily would say, but nowhere near as tragic as the end of summer in say... Florida...

I got all excited last night about my cafe press site - these things just seem to take me over now and then to the point of little or no return. It was suddenly 1am and I had just finished writing a "newsletter" , which, to my mild dismay, I discovered I could only send once (and can't even put pictures in - what effin use is T H A T, eh?) and then it dissolved into the ethers and I had only set up 6 people to send it to...

The directions clearly stated that one needed to plan the missive prior to stepping from the dock onto the rocket train of creation, but failed to mention the true keyboard dismembering speed at which that train rocks, Geeeeeze! Finally, by succumbing to actually following, very carefully, the directions, I succeeded and a newsletter spiffily formatted and all was shooed off to 6 people!

One of the things I love best about the web is that you can find all kinds of stuff, basically rearrange it and just give it to people, So if you want to get a DIFFERENT (meaning I will have to write another one...) newsletter about the political stuff - feel free to go to the site and find the newsletter sign up thing at the bottom.

WARNING... a tad on the political side... the left political side...

I think I will try a doll one from the wildspiritarts site so go there if you want that so-far-imaginary newsletter. (you know, if I had a life this would just not be possible, count your lucky stars, Hah!)

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Let me be the first to congratulate you on this great entry. The perspective is spot on and the colours are welcoming. I almost wish I wasn't stuck here with a room full of teenage school girls and was able to go and have a caffeine fix with you. Of course, there's the small problem of that Pacific Ocean between me and thee :-)

Well done!
Sydney, Australia