So, here’s a little clip of the capabilities of the new JVC MG-MS100 SD card camcorder:
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Anyhow, I’m just about to finish a DS9 Episode, then it’s off to work…
I just had a major stint on telly after spending the afternoon at JVC looking at new gadgets and tech. There’s an incredibly superslim telly (their new flagship telly range) and I’ll try and get pics of other stuff for posting.
Looking forward to chinese for dinner and will be attempting a few words of mandarin, since I’ve now had 4 lessons. Hopefully I won’t insult anyone – I’ll report back accordingly.
Iron Man ROCKED, by the way – I and many other blogger types took over the Digital Cinema at Leicester Square and thoroughly relished this inventive, amusing and thank goodness, actually good comic book interpretation. I haven’t been to a Friday night / First night show at the cinema for ages, it was great – everyone clapped at the good bits and laughed at the funny bits -you get my drift.
By the way, stay till the end – worth the wait! My friend at JVC (a comic connoisseur) didn’t wait, and he is still annoyed. Mind you, he gets to play playstation on JVC’s crazy 120″ set up with a £10K projector/lens combo and speakers that are only available in Japan, so don’t feel too bad for him.
Oooh, and here’s a little mini-review of Butlers Wharf Chop-House , which I visited over the weekend. I’m quite into all this food lark – after submitting the menus for Food 2.0 (will mention more on that soon) I’ve discovered quite a liking for restaurant commentary. I’m ljrich on Qype if you want to say hello.
Must publish now, craving noodles quite badly. I shall return anon.
I found out that there were 2 million square feet of exhibition space of which I probably only managed to get across a fraction- and even then that was with incredibly hard work and very, very, very comfortable shoes.
For now I’m back in the UK – once I’ve finished unpacking and sorting through my email, I’ll be spending time getting ready to talk about JVC’s MG330 HD camcorder on QVC UK . For the purposes of this blog, and for general curiosity, I’ve found out that a) QVC is the biggest electronics retailer in the world, b) Marco Polo House, where the studio is, was named after real broadcasting Satellites in Space and c) the UK arm reaches 21 million households, which explains why people come and chat to me in really odd places like Milton Keynes British Rail Station.
Actually, it’s great fun when people come and say hello most of the time – although I once got recognised at a certain large 24hour supermarket at 3am buying Imodium – that’s the not-so-glamorous side of life in the public eye – “Hi LJ, how are you? Oh, not too well I see” was the gist of that particular conversation.
On the plus side, when I was flown over to QVC in America, where it’s the 5th most watched channel in the States, I went to the mall the day after the show, and someone came up to me and said “Wow, you’re that videogame girl from England!” – that made my week!
So I’ll be broadcasting live for 24 hours on the 27th January and it will feature JVC’s hard drive camcorder that I took around CES with me to Vegas. So that should be quite fun. It’s still quite surreal chatting away to my phone and I really am enjoying this blogging service, it has to be said. SpinVox might even come over and film me doing this which should be even more fun, although I don’t think it will be very telegenic to have SpinVox film me doing what I’m doing right now which, at the moment, is my laundry 🙂
I can’t believe it’s already halfway through January… I’m in the studio with Graham Wood working on some exciting music projects, and this week I’ll pop over after the initial recording session to do what is known in the trade as “Tweakage” – I’ll also be composing a mini ident (that’s about 3 seconds of music) for a digital device, which is always exciting, as I love to take into account the acoustics of the device, and what it looks like before working out what tune it should have!
spoken through SpinVox tweaked by LJ