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Frankenstein’s Hand

So after I wrote that last post on Friday, explaining why I haven’t been blogging much the last few days, and would not be back until Monday, I decided that the smartest thing to do would be to put my hand through a window. Now, I’ve got four hideous stitches in my Frankenstein monster of a hand, totally screwing me on typing for at least a week (and forcing my wife to type this up for me [hello, this is Nathan's wife, Raquel, happily typing this while Nathan dictates]), I’m left with one all important question that I’m sure everyone is asking:

Should I post pictures?

Anyway, expect a weird week up ahead, as I am going to attempt to do all of my blogging by video (and not drive my wife to murder me in my sleep). If it doesn’t work, well, you’ll know pretty quickly. Enjoy the brief break from the norm.

May 27th, 2007 Posted by | Blogs, General | 5 comments



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5 Comments »

  1. Breaking into Ballmer’s house is NOT the way to get an interview…

    Seriously, rest up your hand. Maybe you should try out Vista’s speech recognition, instead of forcing your wife into slave labor ;) . You might never type a blog out again.

    Comment by Robert McLaws | May 27, 2007

  2. I would say “no” to posting pictures. I’m sorry to hear of your hand getting injured. Hopefully, there won’t be any permanent damage or scarring and you’ll heal quickly. While you heal, many people will miss your regular postings.

    Comment by Glenn Blinckmann | May 27, 2007

  3. You should post pictures! Alternatively you could try using dictation software. Its always good for a laugh.

    Comment by Stefan | May 27, 2007

  4. Sorry to hear that! Hopefully it heals as quickly as possible.

    Comment by Patrick | May 27, 2007

  5. Sorry to hear about the accident…if the vlogging doesn’t work out, try out speech recongition in Vista – would be interesting to see if it works out.

    recover well.

    Alex.

    Comment by Alex Barnett | May 27, 2007

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