After spending Christmas in Raglan, it’s nice to return to the relative calm of Mt Eden. This seems wrong, but indeed my parents’ place has a neighbour who likes listening to rubbish R&B at a very loud volume with all her windows open. It’s so loud that it’s not just the bass that can be heard, but the treble. How miserable must her Christmas be that she has to keep playing, “God send me an angel” (Sample lyrics: “Send me an angel to heal my broken heart from being in love”) over and over?
I got a new digital camera for Christmas. It is splendid and take remarkably good photos for its size. I had fun taking photos, especially mucking around with the digital macro. (I’m a big fan of macro. It’s all about the details, man.) I suspect I will get a lot more use out of my Flickr account now.
And finally, I’m going to be on a panel on National Radio this Saturday at around 1pm. James Noizyland, Peter Dub Dot Dash and I (Robyn Secret Passage, natch) will be discussing music and the interweb in 2005. Excellent.