A little later after breakfast I am planning to go for a run. I will post here as soon as I have returned. I am feeling good, so I will see how I go. I will need to get some more fluid into my body first. So that means I should have breakfast sooner rather than later. If I feel really energetic I could have a short run this afternoon too. I will just have to see how it all goes.
As an aside, my spelling has always been a bit poor. The important thing is the idea behind what is being said, and not the spelling. Well, that is my excuse anyway. But the proviso is that the sentence structure needs to be correct. That means that the message I saw at the ANZ yesterday, which although used correct spelling left something to be desired. “We are sorry for the delay. Of our computers are down”. The exact words might be a bit different, but I think you get the idea.
Anyway, why am I mentioning this. Well, blogger does not have auto-correct like Outlook and Word for spelling mistakes. I had to check a moment ago and ask myself if I had used the correct spelling for ‘Breakfast’… It looks as if I did, but there must be a better way. So I did a search of PC programs to upload to Blogger.Com. I have found one that looks intersting called BlogJet. If I get a chance I will download this and let you know how it goes.
There was an interesting experiment done where some people compared carrier pigeons with ADSL. I think I might have mentioned this earlier. Anyway, I found the article describing it here. The path was over 100 km, and transferred about 3 GBytes of data in about three hours using the pigeon. This was faster than the ADSL connection though…
All That Jazz – from the musical of Chicago. When I was in year 9 or 10 I needed to perform in the school fashion parade to this piece of music in a 1920’s suit that I had made. I am not sure what happened to the suit… It was an interesting exercise since I was also looking after starting and stopping the music for the show. So I would start the music, race into my part, and after I got off stage (before the end of the music) I would race back and stop the tape machine. And all this is on video tape too.