and to prove it, I have an iTouch. Eulalia says I’ve been good, so it must be true.
Pablo and Marta are very happy with their presents from Santa Clause, but they haven’t seen anything yet (los Reyes Magos, of course). Saturday morning will go for the books. Eulalia is about to be done, inshallah, with Cesar Tonga and I should be pretty much done with Agbami as well. Therefore, we are looking forward to work in the house, changing the flooring, from scraped light maple to hand scraped caramel maple.
Pablo and Marta are getting into electronics. Marta is able to follow simple schematics and discover my “faults” in the design and correct them herself. Between Marta and Pablo I cannot recharge the batteries enough.
About the iTouch, what can I say… jailbreaking it was a pleasure. It took some some tries, just because in my excitement I didn’t read instructions very well, but even the dreaded 1.1.2 update is now a thing of the past. I have more icons that I know what to do with in my desktop, and the ipod has become my e-book reader de facto. Of course, music’s a breeze, to the point that even Eulalia will browse for music while I drive. Videos… what a sharp screen! Even cam jobs look good in the semi tiny screen. Books, games, flash cards… there is a plethora of software for the iPhone just waiting to be installed in my iTouch. And jailbreaking it felt fine just because Apple it is becoming the microsoft of the dark ages. Someone needs to read the “Bill” of Rights to Steve. But no more politics. Even though the iTouch is good to your eyes and ears, it is even better to your fingers… so smooth and, sometimes, shinny. Gorgeous :D
Anyway, Joost, Barbara, Eulalia and I, we have our first vacation in the snow already set up. Steamboat Springs, wait for us.