Thanks to smcv for transcribing my setlist from Tuesday.
I appear to have survived WUS. Fuller post-mortem tomorrow, perhaps. For now: I didn’t run out of music, at least a couple of tracks were idealistic, and I only screwed up once obviously and once (with any luck) unnoticed by anyone other than me.
Got positive feedback on three tracks, none of which had been played at WUS before. That’s probably a good sign. OTOH, it’s not great that everything sounds so much better from the DJ both than from the dance floor. And remembering to hit the lights every 45 seconds is clearly an acquired skill.
Setlist will be on the rocksoc website eventually – unlike the impressively-organised naranek. I don’t have an independent copy of it.
This may save on faffing around with MSN:
Everyone on Livejournal now has a Jabber IM account. If you use a chat client like Gaim (linux/mac/windows), you just add another account: server is livejournal.com, your username and password are as for livejournal. Your friendslist has been auto-imported.
[yoinked from pseudomonas]
That was a fantastic Saturday, certainly the best social gathering I’ve been to in a long time. Now, what does it say about me that I find talking about pipeline coatings in Azerbaijan more interesting than talking about sex and booze?
Also, I turned 23 on Saturday, along with Fiona WINOLJ, just after the Dalai Lama and just before innocent_irony. Thanks to everybody who sent me stuff.
Currently being fascinated by this book about the Jesuits – they’ve been coming at me from enough angles and for enough years now that I feel I should have some vague idea about them. And, thanks to Mike, I’m craving this one, which manages to combine religion and mnemonic techniques and China. There are advantages to having insanely smart friends who’ve read every book ever, oh yes.
and mini-meh that my ability to write things continues to decline steadily. A few more years of this, and I’ll be posting thousand-word entries written entirely in txtspeak.
Dear Livejournal, you appear to be happy. What happened?
Many bouncy sharing-in-the-joy hugs to everybody whose life is working out at the moment – which seems to be most of you right now. Yay!