Rocking the Daisies gear

So says Bev “Feisty Female”:

If you haven’t heard about the Rocking the Daisies Music Festival you’ve been hiding under the wrong rock! Now in its third year, this is the coolest festival by far and the fact that it’s eco-friendly to boot, is commendable. (Their pay-off line is PARTY HARD, TREAD LIGHTLY.)

Bev’s question for a couple people (myself included) is what I would take along to this eco-friendly music festival. These are the five things I would take along:

  1. My mobile phone for updates;
  2. My camera for stills and short videos to be edited and posted later;
  3. Possibly my MacBook (although I tend to go a little light at these sorts of events);
  4. Sunglasses, sun cream and maybe even a hat; and
  5. My iPod (I know it is a music festival but my iPod has my own personal music festival for those moments when I need some familar inspiration (the iPod would probably necessitate the MacBook to charge up and sync).


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Paul

Enthusiast, marketing strategist, writer, and photographer. Passionate about my wife, Gina and #proudDad. Allergic to stupid

10 Comments

  1. I get sick of people adding me as a “friend” on things like Blog Catalog when they cley obviously haven't even bothered to read any of my blogs. Is there a polite way of telling such people to piss off?

    I really wish there was a social networking site that would allow one to distinguish between close family, extended family, close friends, friends, acquaintances, work colleagues, business contacts, and online contacts, and to show them different stuff. There is stuff I wouldn't mind sharing with a friend of a friend, but not with an acquaintance of an acquaintance, or a “friend” of a “friend” (neither of whom I know at all, and neither of whom wants to know me (or they would have read my blog).

    PS What's happened to Wired Gecko? Who is Go Daddy?

    PPS Happy holidays, as the Americans say.

  2. Hi Steve

    Facebook gives you the ability to define a number of groups and determine what you show to members of those groups. It probably doesn't allow for the granularity you may be looking for but it is the closest to what you describe.

    Wired Gecko used to be this blog's name and Go Daddy is a domain name registrar.

    Happy new year to you too.

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