Edited by board administrator September 14, 2014, 9:38 pm
Your welcome, my pleasure.
I don't know how much of the evening was captured by the cam but it was great fun.
Linny came to visit, we had some beer and Tequila, then I took the cam out
to the beach around 6 or so and just held it on my lap, pointing it different
directions North and South, at the surfers and then laid it on the beach.
We got soaked by a big wave which spilled my Tequila. I came to the office
to refill and noticed that the last scene was of two kids walking by on the beach.
Those of you who use the cam know that every so often it shuts off and you
have to click the arrow to make it go again. This is a way for Earth Cam to
save on band width, to be sure the person streaming the cam is watching.
When I clicked the arrow it said that my flash had crashed so I needed to
restart the computer. I don't know when the computer crashed but there
was a lot of fun happening. I had given the cam to Linny who was pointing
it all over the place, including at the people who were partying at Loka
Lara's and those watching the storm at Rahual's. I told her it may not be a
good idea to do that since it violates people's privacy.
Anyway, back out onto the beach and a lot more fun. Linny dancing with the
people partying at Loka's and other stuff. Turns out most people don't mind
being on cam, even it its going out to the whole world, in fact that makes
it all the better!
So more of the same until I tire of holding the cam and put it back on the
stump (its home).
By the time I get off the beach the cam has once again frozen, perhaps there
is a problem with the wiring when I move it around? It is water proof, to
a point. The point being I don't know when the cam was working or not working,
but it was a new chapter in the evolution of La Manzanilla live and a ton of fun.
Here is a screen shot of what was on my computer at the end of the evening. Looks to me
like the clouds are flipping me off, as if to say "screw it, none of it matters"
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