A READER stumbled across the fact that the INQ – you remember, I started it, has a cool new redesign.
It is here, right now. It’s certainly slightly different from the old design, but bears some resemblance to Ye Rogister. Not that the INQ ever bore any resemblance to the Rogister, oh no. ♦
THE FIRST PUBCAST has come to pass but it has happened here, on my very own bog.
Paul Hales, the editor of the INQ (founder: M.Magee) decided to join the Old Farts at the Globe Tavern opposite Baker Street yesterday evening.
Hales wasn’t a happy bunny. But at least he had the grace to respond to our request for a live interview, complete with sound effects. Just a second later, he grinned and gave us the finger twice. But we’ve cut that bit out, because this is a family bog. The vid was produced with the fantastic Flip device – it plugs into your USB port, the sound is pretty good, and the vid quality isn’t bad either. The software is on the machine and it takes a couple of batteries which generate an hour of video. What’s inside this cheap device?
With apologies to Intel for the dum-de-dum-de-dum-de-dum thingie. It was playing loudly on the pub TV while we were filming. The finger is here. ♦
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