Ooh! New Toy.

Well, this is fun!: Using my morning blogging time this week to learn some new software (suggested in comments, thanks!) and put together a REAL video tutorial, with voice, covering last week’s lettering tips and some other stuff.

Look for something in this space late this week or early next. Thanks for checking in!

(Yeah, yeah, I know most of you get this via rss and don’t need me to tell you when I have nothing to tell you that I have nothing to tell you, but some geezers like me still check sites manually, so…)

Discussion (10)¬

  1. Corban says:

    I still check your site manually, Scott! Technology is strange and frightening to my weak disposition.

  2. Ceiling Cow says:

    I feel like the fact my RSS ticker was broken and I had to check this post manually is somehow poetic.
    We can’t trust our machines!

  3. TheOddStrange says:

    I am 16 years. old, and I still check my favorite sites manually…

  4. Theo Macdonald says:

    COPY PASTE “I am 16 years. old, and I still check my favorite sites manually…”

    Applies here too.

  5. Mary Claire says:

    21, and I check ALL my sites manually. Am I a geezer? ‘Cus for a 21 year old girl, that’s not something I’m called often 🙂

  6. Studiomiguel says:

    What’s an Are-Ess-Ess Feed anyway?

  7. Mike L says:

    Utterly utterly off topic, Scott, but I’m betting you want one of these:


    • JWFordham says:

      omygod YES, Mike L!

      But on the subject, I check all my sites manually and I’m 18. I’ve always seen the things that say RSS and always assumed it was one of those scary buttons for smart people who know what they’re doing. I’d rather be whistling in the dark.

  8. Simon F says:

    I think checking sites manually such a nicer experience, partly because I hate blue coloured (you haven’t clicked here yet) google RSS text! So yep.. I’m here manually

  9. Sam says:

    I found your book being translated into my language and am following your via Goodreads where you are RSS’ed 😉 http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/11144399-kako-nastane-strip