Monday, November 26, 2007

Two Questions

Has anyone used one of the wide variety of Wacom Tablets (Graphire, Intuos, the new Bamboo or, bestill my heart, the Cintiq...)? If so, how do you like it? For what applications have you found it most useful?
I have lust in my heart for a Wacom (but not unlimited resources) and I need to know if my desire is misplaced or if it will lead to fulfillment!

If you could only load one (O.K. maybe two...) Chanukah/Holiday/Christmas CDs onto your iPod, which ones would you choose?
‘Tis just about that time of year and I’m cranking up my old favorites. But I’m always interested in something new and fabulous.

Thanks in advance for your input!


Anonymous said...

1. Note sure what a Wacom Tablet is..kind of sounds like a medication...

2. CD's...I have to pick "December" by George Winston.

The other..."Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics" by South Park.

It has some of the old favorites, you know like "It's Christmas Time In H#ll," "Merry F#$@ing Christmas," and "What the H#ll Child is This" They all warm your heart. LOL. It has some of the more offensive, hilarious, and disgusting songs..and I love every minute of it. Enjoy- KRL

PS: Mr. Hankey is the Christmas Poo, in case you were wondering. I have now written about poo twice in your blog comments. Awesome. I swear I am almost 30 years old.

Pink Granite said...

Hey KRL -
You made me laugh out loud!!!
1. I'm afraid a Wacom tablet may be a sort of insidious, possibly addictive device. That's why I haven't jumped in --- yet!

2. We absolutely love "December"! It is in our top five for sure.
As for "Mr. Hankey's C.C." - Oh my! You always manage to push the envelope for us Miss Kate!

Re: the P.S. - I can't stop chuckling! The important thing is that I don't think you mentioned poo once, the whole time we were together for Thanksgiving!!!
- A.L.

KRL said...

What can I say? Thanksgiving is just not the place for scatological humor. I have some decorum. Well, sort of...

Pink Granite said...

Hi KRL -
It's good to know you have limits!
- A.L.

Anonymous said...

"I'll be home for Christmas" is probably my all-time favorite. Kind of ironic....


Pink Granite said...

Hi Gail -
I love that song as well. The majority of the song may be ironic for you this year, that is until you get to the last line. That final line never fails to catch me just a little off guard and tug at my heart strings...
- Lee