Picture Time

And the Point Is?

I didn’t have to go and buy film earlier. I had a roll of 100 speed Fuji in my purse. It should be noted that I didn’t have a single camera in my purse that required film – just the G2 and my pencam – but I still had a roll of film in there. I’m wondering what that says about me?

By the way – I am posting this using Zempt. Zempt was a “Cookie Crumb” a few weeks ago, and I pointed out that you could use it to post to your MT powered blog offline, but I never got around to installing it. I finally did, and I would like to officially say IT ROCKS! And for those of you that always want a way to spell check your posts, Zempt has it. That, along with a lot of other cool features. Download it.

Now I’m off to hang out with the girls, playing with the Lomo. I’ve already shot half a roll of film, and I hope to finish it by tomorrow morning so I can have it developed before lunch. I can’t wait to see the results!

By Christine

Christine is an Avenger of Sexiness. Her Superpower is helping Hot Mamas grow their Confidence by rediscovering their Beauty. She lives in the Heights in Houston, Texas, works as a boudoir photographer, and writes about running a Business of Awesome. In her spare time, she loves to knit, especially when she travels. She & her husband Mike have a food blog at Spoon & Knife.

14 replies on “And the Point Is?”

I don’t see why people would want to use an external program for Movable Type. I write my site in OpenOffice and then I upload it using Mozilla when I want to. I don’t see how an external program would make anything easier.

But I will try Zempt and see what the hoopla is about.

I’ll begin by explaining that some of us don’t like to do the type, spell-check, copy and paste posting routine. A tool that wraps that all in one app is very much appreciated. I may use the MT bookmarklet to start a post, but I’ll usually finish it in Kung-Log. Since Kung-Log is Mac-only, I’m not surprised that a Windows solution has been created. =)

Yeah, yeah, rub your Kung-Log fu in our PC user faces. 😉

I like Zempt for work because it’s not a web browser. Also, when I tried using the word processor to type posts to paste in to my blog, it changed all my quotes to curly quotes, messing links up when I posted it. With the spell check built in and the simple interface, it’s a good fit for me.

Zempt will be available in Mac and Linux versions before too long.

The real question is…

“I didn’t have a single camera in my purse that required film”

How many cameras do you usually carry in your purse? And how big is that purse?

I like pink, I like cookies. I shall like it here. Hmm, but on further reading, I feel quite inadequate here, lol! Heck, I probably didn’t even spell adequate korektly! 😉 I’ll have to do more reading so I can learn what you are talking about. You seem quite smart indeed 🙂

I normally have 2-3 cameras with me at all times, and now 4 that the Lomo is in there too. And the purse is not that big, I only have a small wallet in there in addition to my camera collection! So there is the G2, the Pencam, the cell phone (with a camera in it) and the Lomo.

What, you mean this isn’t normal? 😉

Hehe, I was gonna comment on this entry just to complain that Zempt claims to be a multi-platform but only offers downloads for Windows (since I’m considering getting a Mac soon ;). But then I saw that someone mentioned Kung-Log and all I can say is yay, now I’m more excited about my soon-to-be computer. 😉

I was going to complain about the same thing, ste! I was thinking hey.. that’s not exactly multi-platform! So off I go to download Kung-Log on my iBook. 🙂 Thanks whoever mentioned it!

Christine!! next time we see each other, can you bring one of your lomo cameras? i wanna see what it looks like! i totally forgot to ask you when we had our Finding Nemo date. 🙂

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