Recovering – slowly

There are some amazing China-related stories out this weekend, and here at home the US continues it’s precarious shift toward becoming a theocratic state. Unfortunately, I still can’t type without serious pain, no matter how many percocets I swallow.

It appears the operation worked, but I’ve learned from past experience not to get my hopes up. I’m going to try to get back to the keyboard in a few hours. What better physical therapy can there be than blogging?

Sorry about all the unanswered emails and unreplied-to comments. Soon, I promise.

The Discussion: 8 Comments

Welcome home! And relax. The China and theocracy stuff will still be going on tomorrow, and the day after that.

April 17, 2005 @ 2:23 pm | Comment

Oh, hell, really? I was hoping I’d wake up tomorrow and all that theocracy stuff would be a bad dream…just like Dallas!

Feel better, Richard. Rest up!

April 17, 2005 @ 4:57 pm | Comment

Take it easy, Richard. You’re readers will even be here when the pain finally subsides. In the meantime, no need to create a new shoulder injury by rushing the recovery.

Have you ever played around with ViaVoice?

April 17, 2005 @ 5:30 pm | Comment

Tom, is that a voice recognition tool for bloggers with bad shoulders?

April 17, 2005 @ 6:10 pm | Comment

Welcome back Richard … I’m amazed how much blogging you’ve done since your return. Don’t over do it!

Hope the results of the latest op. prove better than previous ones.

April 17, 2005 @ 11:33 pm | Comment

Richard: seriously, you need ViaVoice, or if you don’t quite have a crush on Big Blue, try built-in Microsoft one. Anyway kick back and don’t worry about the protest thing. (Worry about theocratic thing, though.)

April 18, 2005 @ 4:13 am | Comment

Ditto on the ViaVoice, just have enough ram and cpu on the machine you run it on, and use a good mike! It’s really important to use a good microphone with speech recognition, otherwise you’ll hate it. Likewise with too slow of a machine or one with not enough ram.

When it’s good, it’s very good, and when it’s bad, well, yeah, it’s aweful.

April 18, 2005 @ 10:07 pm | Comment


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