I've only managed to do two things today: entertain our littlest, who has yet another raging temperature (which, fortunately, has dropped a bit this evening), and upgrade my Movable Type installation to v3.14.

In terms of the latter: this is something I've been meaning to do for a while, for two reasons. First: despite hardly ever getting more than a shot or two ahead of myself the 'post in the future' option seems like a useful one, and second, I wanted to convert some of chromasia to be dynamically published (i.e. not just a set of static pages). The dynamic publishing, despite my best efforts, simply doesn't work for me, but the 'future posting' thing does. Oh well, I guess static pages are ok ;-) Oh, and you might now find that the comment window reloads a bit faster after you post your comment. As I couldn't get the dynamic publishing to work I spent a bit of time re-coding my templates such that posting a comment doesn't force a rebuild of quite so many pages.

In terms of looking after our youngest: I hate it when she's ill, particularly when she alternates between dozing off and crying – it's so hard to judge quite how ill she is. Anyway, this evening she seems a bit better and in between watching her Noddy DVD (for the 25th time this week) we spent some time playing with one of her older sister's hair bobbles. And I know this isn't the greatest of photographs, but I do think it's quite fun.

capture date
camera
lens
aperture
shutter speed
shooting mode
exposure bias
metering mode
ISO
flash
image quality
RAW converter
cropped?
10.24pm on 2/1/05
Canon 20D
EF 50mm f/1.8 II
f/5.6
1/60
manual
+2/3 (FEC)
evaluative
100
580EX
RAW
C1 Pro
minor
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