It's always fun when collegues ask me how my day off was. For some reason my free time is always filled with things and activities concerning websites and music.
This morning I started working on the Amusing Hengelo Festival page. We didn't find ourselves a professional translater yet (with other words: a native German), so I decided to start the German section of the website myself. In the meantime, we keep searching, and if we find someone, he or she is welcome to correct and edit my texts. But we just need the pages in perfect German if we want to achieve our goal, which is to have a lot more choirs from Germany on our festival in 2008. So I translated the news items for a start. Maybe I'll have time to start translating the FAQ later today.
This afternoon I edited the Montezuma Fanzone website. Because the group will stop performing after 2007 some texts needed to be edited. I'm still feeling sad about the group quiting... but all good things will end someday.
Now I can choose: There are two concert reports waiting for me to be finished writing. That's - for those who lost view - for my personal a cappella website, which also needs a complete make-over if you ask me (just protecting myself from getting bored...)
I can also start translating the Amusing Hengelo FAQ.
I could also shut down the computer and read a book. Or do some housekeeping for a change.
I feel a little bit like Anette Dewitz, who writes on her website: "Anette, was machst du eigentlich so? - Zur Zeit filme ich viele Konzerte. - Na, so lange der Haushalt klappt!" But in my situation I would say: "Corine, was machst du eigentlich so? - Zur Zeit schreibe ich viele Texte und bearbeite ich viele Seiten. - Na, so lange der Haushalt klappt!"
16.13: Ich glaube, auch in Köln ist es Website-editing-day haha. Tolle neue Infos gibt es bei den Wise Guys!