Managing Editor, Elizabeth Donovan, and I have spent all day in a training session for Adobe InDesign. We are finally switching over from Quark. It's going to be great, I think, but right now isn't the best time to spend an entire day in a training session. Elizabeth is also trying to ship the June issue.
Besides, I have so much to tell you.
So much has suddenly changed. I will try to get to it all, but right now I will just tell you a little. I will tell you this: I cannot make any comments regarding differences in sound quality. It is too soon. Does one format sound better than the other? I can't honestly say and, right now, I really don't care. However, I do already have a very strong opinion regarding something else, regarding the experience of it, regarding the thing of it.
I have to wonder if I was ever really listening to music. I was doing something, but it wasn't this. Vinyl LPs make their compact disc counterparts seem like second-rate facsimiles. I almost feel sorry for the poor, innocent compact discs. They didn't ask to be born.