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Testing an Image Post with Live Writer

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Feel free to ignore this post.  Or – you can just laugh at the picture of a bunch of lame people trying to play Rock Band (the only one who wasn’t lame was the singer.)

rockbandturkeydayHowever, I think there will likely be a reunion tour, much to Katherine‘s chagrin.

If you were wondering why Facebook’s search function is so lame, Katherine has some thoughts on this.  Just don’t take her on in Scramble – she’ll destroy you.

  • http://dragonstyle.typepad.com Charles Teague

    You look good on the drum set!

  • Doug

    I'm a huge Windows Live Writer user and love it. It is really a good system.

    • http://www.feld.com Brad Feld

      Yeah – it's great. I've got a post coming out about it. I've been a Blogjet user for two years and I've now switched to Windows Live Writer. It's one of the best (as in straightforward, does what you want it to do, and works really well) pieces of software to come our Microsoft in a while.

  • http://falseprecision.typepad.com/my_weblog/ Todd Vernon

    Have to give it a try. I have been using Word 07 for my posts for several months. I works as well as office does, which means it crashes quite a bit. Seems to usually recover the file however..

  • Jenny May

    Great picture! Why not turn off the lights for a better “experience” next time?! Rock Band does seem like fun. :-)

  • Ted Horton

    +1 on live writer. Also picked up on your blog commenting system–will give this a try this week.

  • http://www.feedburner.com dick costolo

    the band's problem is that the lead singer is in the back where the drummer is supposed to be, the drummer is on the side where the bass player is supposed to be, and the bass/2nd guitar dude is in the front middle where the lead singer is supposed to be. Ryan is in the right spot. Trying moving around and see if you do any better :)

  • http://tachophobia.com Rick

    Chicks dig drummers – right?? So put him up front.

    No the problem this band has is that there's a termendous amount of “crap” on the floor.

    When you're really ROCKIN' out… lost in the music… you cannot have a termendous amount of crap on the floor! That's a sprained ankle or broken neck just waiting to happen.

  • Charles Teague

    You look good on the drum set!

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/doug2540 doug2540

    I'm a huge Windows Live Writer user and love it. It is really a good system.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/jenny_may2546 jenny_may2546

    Great picture! Why not turn off the lights for a better "experience" next time?! Rock Band does seem like fun. :-)

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/ted_horton2544 ted_horton2544

    +1 on live writer. Also picked up on your blog commenting system–will give this a try this week.

  • dick costolo

    the band's problem is that the lead singer is in the back where the drummer is supposed to be, the drummer is on the side where the bass player is supposed to be, and the bass/2nd guitar dude is in the front middle where the lead singer is supposed to be. Ryan is in the right spot. Trying moving around and see if you do any better :)

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/bfeld bfeld

    Yeah – it's great. I've got a post coming out about it. I've been a Blogjet user for two years and I've now switched to Windows Live Writer. It's one of the best (as in straightforward, does what you want it to do, and works really well) pieces of software to come our Microsoft in a while.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/todd_vernon84 todd_vernon84

    Have to give it a try. I have been using Word 07 for my posts for several months. I works as well as office does, which means it crashes quite a bit. Seems to usually recover the file however..

  • Rick

    Chicks dig drummers – right?? So put him up front.

    No the problem this band has is that there's a termendous amount of "crap" on the floor.

    When you're really ROCKIN' out… lost in the music… you cannot have a termendous amount of crap on the floor! That's a sprained ankle or broken neck just waiting to happen.

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