Current Residence: at home Favourite genre of music: Celtic, Medieval, Country Operating System: Mac OS X MP3 player of choice: iPod + iTunes Favourite cartoon character: Dilbert and the Penny Arcade Guys
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Garden of Delight, Blackmore's Night, SheDaisy
Favourite Gaming Platform
Tools of the Trade
Wacom, Photoshop CS3, my poem notebook, Canon EOS 400 D, iMac and iBook, lots of pencils
This Nanowrimo I've more or less spontaneously decided not to stick with good" old Word 2003 anymore, mostly because its rendering of Monaco is horrible, and I've taken a recent liking to the cuddliest of monospace fonts.
So here's a comparison of those two writing tools. If you aren't a writer, there's no real interest in reading this, for you. But, I'm still alive, in case you were wondering. I have lots of nice photos to post actually, but I've gotten too self concious about them, so I haven't gotten around to that yet. But I will. Someday. And once I have a little more time I'll also try to get back to commenting and replying.
On April 6th was my 3 Year deviantART anniversary, and I've decided to pronounce that the occasion to finally renew my subscription, so say hello again to my horrible CSS (unless you haven't seen it before, in which case you're welcome to just say hi.)
Recently I did a Thumbshare Thread because I'd noticed that I had so little comments (around 800 at that time) which was a shame, because I really like commenting on people's work and do my best to leave meaningful comments, too. But I am a little lazy. In the Thumbshare thread I asked for people to give me stuff to comment on, and they did. I wrote over 400 comments in the first two days alon
I did it! Today I went across the 50.000 word mark on my Nanowrimo novel. For the stuff I did in november, anyway. Connected with my work from october thats over 87000 words of (not yet, but with the rewrite) shiny new prose, I did.
I still need to wrap my showdown up, and add a few parts that I omitted earlier, and I need to go back to work Mr. Tragic Dilemma in, but I've reached the wordcount goal, and there's still plenty of october left, so that should work for me.