Last night

Sep. 27th, 2001 10:29 am
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Was WAY too long.....

First I was stuck at work writting a proposal for a project that the team doesn't have the complete knowledge or at this point the man power to complete, and that ran late so I was late getting the the Arisia Meeting.

When I do finally get there of course all the easy parking is gone so its off the the garrage.

I get inside and find out they've decided to "change" so of the floor and room allocations we have used for years in that hotel. So I had to point out WHY that was a bad idea since the rooms they are now going to use are smaller than the ones we'd used in the past. So well have to add another room to the list. Oh well it's not my problem this year I just get to point them out to the other people. :-/

Then they get to set up the projection system for watching Enterprise. I should have know better, but there was of course some last minute glitches 'cause they had not used this setup before. (they were unpacking some of it for the first time.)

B showed up to watch the premiere, after running some of her errands. :-)

So the reception inside the Park Plaza was less than optimum. Oh well Thankfully A was at home taping it.

Then off to ManRay. It was great seeing everyone who was out last night, and to be out with both A and B. But with us all grabbing a slice of pizza, chatting in the parking lot, and driving a friend of A's home I didn't get to bed untill 3, and to make matters worse It was garbadge pick-up this morning..... (I NEED more coffee.....)
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But I had so much trouble getting the preview clip for the New ST to work from Paramounts Web Page to work that I ended up just downloading it and putting it up on what will Eventually become my web page take a look at it at Enterprise Preview

Its in Apple Quicktime format.

What do people think?


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