“Give Me Music” and Book Update

Wow, it’s been such a long time since I last updated! The past few months have been a roller-coaster ride for me. I’ve been to Switzerland and back (in July, shortly after my previous post) and I’ve managed to notch up to over 10 000 words for my novel.

I’ve also been busy with a number of video presentations for various people – those have went very well. My final video project for the year is our annual SKDSA Awards Evening, and this year the audience will be in for a treat. Over the past three years that I’ve been involved with this line of work, I’ve learnt a great deal and worked with a host of different technologies. This year I’m going to combine all my acquired knowledge and expertise in the field to deliver the best presentation yet!

I’ve just finished my latest music project – it’s called “Give Me Music” and its five cool tracks of awesome electronic music, just in time for Summer ’09 in South Africa! Look out for it soon – I’m hoping to break into the “underground” music scene in Durban with this CD and I’m hoping it’ll go down well.

On the subject of my book, I must say that it’s going very well. There is still quite a bit to do, but I’m slowly getting to the finish mark and I hope to finish that by the end of this year – we’ll see how things go.

I’m running two “commercial” blogs now (don’t worry, Life in Pixels will always remain my “personal” home on the web) and these blogs are: Byte Lounge (www.bytelounge.blogspot.com) and ThatGuitarBlog (www.thatguitarblog.blogspot.com). Go check ’em out!

Also, don’t forget to follow me on Twitter, which I update constantly from wherever I am: twitter.com/RahulDowlath.

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