Tony Grist (poliphilo) wrote,
Tony Grist
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We Have Sound

 My computer has been silent for a while now. I forget why I made that choice. Maybe it was because of the dreadful plunking noise it made every time an email came through the virtual letter-box. 

But there's more and more video showing up on LJ and elsewhere and I've been feeling frustrated that I couldn't run it with sound. So I let Ailz buy me some speakers on eBay.

The plunking is back. I guess I can live with it.

This morning I watched (and listened) to a clip on the Guardian website. David Lynch hasn't the budget to run a proper Oscar campaign on behalf of his new movie, so he's sitting on the corner of a Hollywood street with a big poster of Laura Dern and a cow. Interviewed by the makers of the video, he says something about how we should eat more cheese and cheese is made from milk and Laura Dern deserves an Oscar. I gather the new movie follows the same sort of logic. 

I can't wait.
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