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Fences

Started: 2004-07-01 23:39:17

Submitted: 2004-07-01 23:50:26

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So much for going to bed on time tonight.

I stayed up until 0100 this morning working on ADR for Fences, Willy's latest cinematic exploit. I spent many hours of quality time in Audacity figuring out how to

Tonight my task is the various video stuff my expertise is required on. I was able to recycle old code (from a few months ago) on a mystery zoom-in. I had a minor heart attack when Ziyal wouldn't read my wsf0 source cd; I cleaned the cd and it mounted flawlessly. I grabbed the source I wrote to create closing credits for The Worst Sci-Fi Prequel Ever!, tweaked my titles to work, doubled the speed, and called it good.

My final task is to resurrect and fix the greenscreen code I wrote a year ago and never quite managed to get to work right. Sleep is overrated.

In unrelated news, I've fallen in love with my nearby independent music acquisition locale: CD Depot. Used selection isn't always complete, but when the disk I seek is there, I can get it for US$8. On Monday, I picked up used copies of three disks: U2's POP (the studio album corresponding to one of the few concert tours I can remember by name, Pop Mart), Eve6's self-titled debut (I ripped the disk from Bethany ages ago), and the recent Beatles compilation One: twenty-seven number one singles, covering the band's entire history from "Love Me Do" to "The Long and Winding Road".

Help me if you can I'm feeling down

Bitscape, age 26, is a highly sought white hat hacker and an agent of
social subversion. An avid fan of salsa, developer-centric web design,
and cheesy pop music, Bitscape co-creates a world of love and
acceptance by sharing his vision. He enjoys helping low-tech firms
define their offline strategy, and he's advised many anonymous
unknowns, including the homeless on Pearl Street, escaped mental
patients, and hookers on East Colfax. As an aspiring web bum, he
applies his knowledge to a community venture, the Content Collective.
Bitscape resides in Westminster, Colorado, but may soon be moving into
a van down by the river. For speaking arrangements, don't bother
calling. Your bits will be lost in the noise.
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