Monday, December 26, 2011


The planet Venus was near the moon this evening at 6pm, not fomalhaut.


  1. Yeah yeah.
    Anyway, at your convenience check out:
    1. Kate Bush's Wuthering Heights at
    2. Koyaanisqatsi (full-length movie) at
    3. Mairead Nesbitt at
    4. And finally, the Glass Engine at

  2. 1. Very good, but not palatable to American tastes. Luckily, however, I like harmonic minor scales, and she's pretty, and it's a good song, and I remember it back in the '80s.
    2. Could not possibly sit and watch 1 hour and 30 minutes of this, so I took 10 minute segments at-a-time. Very good analog keyboards and imagery. A+. Would love this in BluRay quality.
    3. Perfect Celtic violinist, and most certainly Fey folk. I'd beware if I were you. She might drown you with a Kelpie, or worse, make you her husband.
    4. Apple-centric Glass Engine would not run on my Windows 7 64-bit system due to un-Appleness, plus I dislike slow Java. Required un-desired QuickTime and a pledge of allegiance to Apple. I gave up on Apple after the Mac-II.

  3. Oh, and I wasn't saying, "I told you so" in this post, just I was curious as to what the "star" was. I knew it was either Venus or Jupiter, but as a stellar cartographer, that'd be a rather large mistake for me to make traveling, you see. I'm sure the "app" for your Android phone was simply not calibrated correctly is all.. plus I'm anti-phone.