Monday, January 14, 2008

Soaking Up Vitamin D


We spent this afternoon soaking up sunshine near the
pool. Although it was definitely too chilly to swim,
it was another cloudless day so every little bit of
Vitamin D via sunshine that we can get is essentially
beneficial. Not too many of these warm sunny day
experiences ahead of us. Sunny maybe...warm, not so
much.

2 comments:

Dennis said...

Hi!

I'm working for a filmcompany in The Netherlands and we are doing research on the forthcoming international documentary 'Between Ears'. This will be a film by which the viewer is taken away in the discovery of the different and surprising aspects of how and why people use their mp3 players in different kind of places. You can find more info about our project on http://www.betweenears.com.

Our filmcompany is trying to get in contact with a person in Antarctica who is using a mp3 player. It's likely that some people take their portable players out to remote field camps where they may work for weeks at a time. If people climb Mount Everest with their mp3 players it would seem that there is every reason to expect scientists in Antarctica would have similar interests. Hearing ones favorite song can be very soothing when there is a complete absence of all other forms of audio/video entertainment. It's a way to feel more comfortable and less lonely for example. The mp3 player is becoming an 'emotional tool' for a lot of people.

I was wondering if maybe you have any suggestions how to come in contact with someone in Antarctica who is using a mp3 player like this. We are very interested in hearing their story about this subject.

Hope to hear from you! Thanks!

Regards,
Dennis
dgwdekker@hotmail.com

IowaMouse said...

This one should be easy as probably half of the base has an mp3 player on at some time!