The printer bit the dust yesterday, I looked up suitable models last night and went to PC World this morning but they hadn't anything which could reach the spec and still print from XP essential for the covers which won't easily convert to Windows 7 excel. I've eventually ordered one through Amazon, hate doing it but it saves so much money. It is another Epson, Brother don't support XP.
I've been through the weather outlook and come up with a matrix for next weeks filming based on light cloud days, of course it will change again and again but it gives me a starting point, expecting most to be in Yorkshire. I've got more DVDs and archives on the shop for digital archives and yet more archives have been loaded for preview on our Youtube Channel. Some really good orders starting to come through on digital stills as well as video, about time people got into it, the DVD has a limited life predicted as manufacturers give up making the blanks. I'm sure we'll be making them into the 2020's but like VHS when the demise happened it came on quick. This means that people who have resisted computers will either need to die or get themselves on the net, sad but that is just the way it is. The last of the present batch of archives being processes has almost gone through it various stages before lodging at Online Archive. I suppose you will want some photos, I also managed to file away the latest trip photos today which of course doesn't include Hull as I forgot my still camera and used screenshots for the cover which nevertheless look pretty good. I'll be trying to do a Bus Spot Ultra Brighton soon on bad weather days probably, here is a taste of things to come