For ages I’ve been wanting to have a live webcam, but try as I might I just couldn’t work out how they worked. Today I noticed a webcam on a nature website provided by a company called Camstreams. I went and had a look at their site, downloaded their FREE media encoder and bob’s-your-uncle I now have a live webcam.
I’m back home. Dorset. Trying to be “normal”. When I do (start being normal again) I hope to start editing some of the video footage and photographs I took while away, but what with visits from friends, phone calls, tonnes of washing, making dentist appointments, filling up the bird feeders, getting the RAC out to fix the flat battery on my car, looking for an engagement ring, arranging to meet up with family, saving the window cleaner who very nearly fell off his ladder, and trying to find the garden under a mountain of leaves and fallen apples…. I just haven’t managed to spend much time on the computer. Until tonight. Continue reading