Sunday 17 June 2007

Oh, my shiftless body...

Look. It's getting late and I'm sat here watching a DVD of the pilot episode for the new "Battlestar Galactica". I think I might as well face it: I'm not going to get around to writing that post about the wedding tonight.

Do you know what I'm going to do instead?

I'm going to watch the end of the pilot and then I'm going to go to bed with my lovely wife.

Life's a bitch, huh?

Hasta maƱana.


Incidentally, in case my post below wasn't very clear, I'm going to be blogging Glastonbury for the BBC. They've sent me a smartphone, and I was having a play with the application I'm supposed to be using.

I'll be posting here, and then the feed will get syndicated to the BBC Glastonbury website.

Incidentally, although I'm very pleased that they asked me to do it, I wouldn't want you to think that they approached me completely out of the blue or that I'm going to be the only person doing this. I responded to a request for volunteers, and I guess they must have thought that I looked like a responsible sort. I imagine that I will be one amongst many.

Well, it should be fun, right?


  1. Re: blogging for the BBC

    That's cool.

    Do you have to send the smartphone back when you're done? It looks rather cool, although I still like my SonyEricsson W810i, even if it's not a Smartphone. Europe & Asia get all the coolest phones first.

  2. Does it feel weird to say "wife" or are you already used to it?

  3. Yay for free gadgets!

    Isn't it going to get nicked, lost or just run out of battery fairly quickly? Do you have a solar/wind powered charger?!

  4. Free phones and international fame and fortune? Can't be bad...

  5. Yay for having a lovely wife!

    The BBC thing is pretty cool, too. *G*

  6. Dear oh dear...

    I'm sure it's a bad sign when I ignore the main topic of the post and wonder instead what you thought of the Battlestar Galactica remake.

    Right, doing my best to try.

    Does this mean you can say things like:

    "This is SwissToni, live at Glastonbury...reporting for the BBC"?