Monday, December 10, 2012
Each year, as I begin to compose the new letter, it is fun to read the old letters - textual video stories. Interestingly no year stands out, nor could I rank the years (which of course is what any statistician would do when given twelve items).
One side benefit of this self inflicted tradition (or as Susan would say obsession) of letters, cards and family picture is keeping my technology skills current. The digitization of the content to send to 75 -100 people (who probably don't need yet another email during the holidays) has allowed me the chance to understand html issues, cell phone display, embedding musical files, avoiding spam filters, email stationary, outlook address issues, animated cards, facebook interface, etc.
What's next in the Christmas greeting technology innovation? You tube, iphone app, holographic 3-D - prepare yourself for the ultimate Christmas App!
PS Dec. 22, 2009
Dec. 24, 2009
Feb. 24, 2010
Dec. 23, 2011
Dec. 25, 2011