Been busy….

I don’t intend to make this a weekly blog, but it sure looks like it lately. Been trying to follow up on th MS ACES fiasco and my open letter. Apart from a very few really amazingly dumb replies on simFlight just about everybody (in the FS industry) agreed with it and we are past 2200 members on the Facebook group too already !! Great show, everybody ! And please continue to spread the word and have people join us there! I also have a ‘poll’ with only one choice on my site. (Actually there are two choices, bith the same, I couldn’t get the sowftare to just accept ONE question and answer).

FS9 and FSX will live on for many years to come, and we’re hard at work on making new products for it. And you know what? If MS is not going to give us the driving and boating around (which they were working on in ESP) then we’ll do it ourselves ! 😉

One more week of trying to get things prepared here and then Nina and I are off for a few weeks in France. I’ll havemy notebook along, and my camera, but not my FS computers. So don’t expect miracles in that time.
It is currently minus 20 C up on the slopes in Meribel, so I guess we’ll be sitting in our cozy little apartment a lot ! Suits me fine!

Meanwhile I am also still trying to get back onto web design, notably my Choclocate Factory customer has been hit hard by all MY problems lately. Lets hope I’ll be able to recover some time there too. And no, I am not even THINKING about the bike… it is stashed underneath its cover and will have to be patient for a bit of dry and warmer weather. And time…….


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