What you see is almost what you get

The good news is that now I've realized the system converts my fonts when it posts them. The bad news is I don't have a clue why it wants to do this to me.

This must be a big yawn if you have stumbled onto my nascent blog. But I'm actually pretty impressed with the way Radio Land works – at least for the first fifteen minutes. S.ame for the tablet which is blowing my mind as it continues to figure out my awful scratching. I guess it's time to admit it: I failed handwriting in grade four. Mrs. McNutt just couldn't make out what was on the page – so this little machine gets full marks!

Time for an image change?

RadioLand just seemed to change my font for me. The software seems to think I have an Olde Englande type of thing going for me, some kind of a “Times” look .

The truth is I want to start a blog at some point. But I have this nagging feeling that I should be able to keep my fonts from going wild. Or should I just go with the flow? Stumble down the riverbank and into the torrent? To hell with the fonts and the style sheet?

I guess one of the neat things about bogging is that someone in the community can tell me why my fonts want to control me.

I have to be crazy…

I'm sitting here with a new tablet PC – some kind of HP thing which is wonderful except it has a really small screen. Or I have really small eyes.

And I'm writing things out longhand. Which is hard since all the muscles in my hand seem to have atrophied. So even though the handwriting recognition is staggering, the effect is vaguely nauseating.

Maybe I will adapt. After all, recognizing my handwriting is an amazing feat. It would be sad if someone had spent decades on something this impressive and it didn't really matter at all.

And then, at the same tine, I'm trying to figure out how to use this Radio blogging software. I'm using it in WYSIWYG mode . Can I stick in some of my handwriting?

Amazing. That works. After the Newton, I didn't think that my handwriting would ever be read by a machine in my lifetime; and I really didn't think I could paste some “ink” into the radioland interface.

I've got to become less cynical. And I'm working on it as you read.