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What's up is a combination of my new position being five days a week now, which means less time to do stuff, and that I have been working on a combination of video processing for stuff recorded off the TV plus the slightly oddball idea of writing an emulator of a really old specific bit of hardware using... guess what... VisualBasic.

I do have some things to add to my site - I wrote a b.log entry for Easter, another one or two, and a couple of movie reviews. All this stuff is on my organiser. It's just a matter of having the time to do all of this. As it was, I was up until 4am last night making sure the emulator information was ready.

Anyway, just want to let you know I've not given up on my b.log. It's just a matter of less hours in the day to do stuff. Don't expect much too soon, because of the douce weather, I've a mammoth amount of mowing to do!


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