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Monday October 24, 2005
02:01 PM

Snapshots from the recent PerlWhirl

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My usually abundant snapshots from LinuxLunacy and PerlWhirl are available in the usual place.
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  • Even with the 'computer guy's stance', Larry looks better on a Dance floor than I do. (ref d4:034-042)

  • Those videos make my modem lights blink, but they never show. It just says "connecting." I had to end the task to get the light to stop blinking.

    I like her [].

    • Can you process an .AVI file? That's how my camera saved it. Maybe I should convert it to a quicktime?
      • Randal L. Schwartz
      • Stonehenge
      • I was able to see them the next day. The dance video showed in Windows Media Player. The singing video had the same problem--the light kept blinking and I wasn't able to view what was downloaded so far--so I tried opening it in Quicktime and was able to see it as it loaded. The girl sounded better than you, but you could both use some lessons.
        • I'll let Stacey [] know that her opera career is in jeopardy, according to you. You obviously have a very trained musical ear.
          • Randal L. Schwartz
          • Stonehenge
          • Stacy's voice was impressive, but the problem was that it was too operatic in a couple of parts. I don't know the musical term for it. The tone or something needed to be more casual or something. It's a huge file and I didn't save it, so I won't try loading it again.

            I once pinpointed what I didn't like about some famous opera singer. I think Pavarotti. He wasn't expressive enough. I don't think that was Stacy's problem though.