Robert (gurdonark) wrote,
Robert
gurdonark

ish ness

The news on the internet proves frustrating in terms of actual information about the storm. As happens with such things, one can only wait a day or two, and hope for the best for all in the path.

Last night I figured out that while clicking the box that says "mic boost" on the computer sound controls does not actually "boost the mic", it does "boost the distortion", giving a kazoo-like sound that I, given my predilections, should love, but somehow do not. I also figured out that rendering disparate sounds into disparate noise can create a displeasing effect. I'm ready to focus on the great mp3 track that verian sent to me instead.

I decided that sheepishness is not my best emotion, and set it aside in favor of mulelishness and perhaps a bit of coltishness. I assiduously avoid kittenish, but sit the fence on aardvarkian.

This week promises to be busy, but I promise to feel rested, and so I'm off to face it.
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