Honestly, I am still going to post something about “Mashup Camp”:http://mashupcamp.com and my experiences there. I just have to free up a bit of time before I can do so. In the interim, take a look at just a few of the “many”:http://www.technorati.com/search/mashupcamp.com “news”:http://news.com.com/Big+names+collaborate+at+the+unconference/1606-2_3-6041781.html?tag=fd_carsl “items”:http://wiredblogs.tripod.com/monkeybites/index.blog?entry_id=1420022 about the event.
Many many thanks to Karen for posting her entertaining Knitting Olympics progress. You probably didn’t even notice my absence.
*Feeling the heat.*
“Charlotte Lucas has just accepted Mr. Collins,”:http://librivox.org/pride-and-prejudice-by-jane-austen-solo-project/ and I have just begun the foot of the sock (part two). The days are counting down to the completion of the union of the two (socks), and I am feeling the pressure, though I admit my own happy occasion must be one of more perfect joy than that insensible pair.
Guess what I’ve been listening to?
*The pattern’s the thing.*
Chris has taken the camera and flown away, leaving me with the old camera with which to document my progress. The problem is that the old camera will not take photos unless the lighting is full natural light. As I tend to photograph and post at about, oh, 11:30 at night, tonight’s entry will be entirely descriptive.
By the way, I’m working on the heel of sock (part two).
(Warning: knit-technical content to follow. Wink wink.)
*Keeping the romance alive.*
Tonight, I knitted while Chris contemplated importing labor from Romania.
No post yesterday, because I sat down on the sofa last night and whimpered. I was tired. I knit about four rows. But that wussy knitter is gone now. I knit a lot today, listening to an audio reading of _Pride and Prejudice_ from “Librivox.”:http://librivox.org/
For those of you counting, there are nine days to go. To be precise, as of this writing there are 9 days, 11 hours, 54 minutes, and 10 seconds to go. Nine seconds. Eight. Seven…
However! We have documented progress! Behold:
The completed sock (part one).
Pretty special, isn’t it?