Monthly Archives: August 2011

Qwebec

As you know, this past weekend was Qwebec, and it was a lot of fun!  One thing we were sort of surprised to see was that there were several event-specific photographers there to catch us in action.  I shared a picture on Twitter, but I thought I’d share a few more here.

 

There’s Mike and I registering with Michael, head of the Qwebec Expo.

 

And here’s Lilyanne signing up too, looking so cute with those perfect manicured nails.

 

Then we met up with a lovely French webmaster named Brice and our good friend Doug from Rabbits Reviews.  Poor Sophie has her eyes closed, but you get the picture.

 

As the models, Lilyanne and I posed for a few photos on the couch.

 

There were more photo-ops to be had at the lovely nightly cocktail parties.

 

I promise, we did talk to other people too, but we certainly had our fair share of girl talk.

 

But, of course, we were also there to learn.  There were workshops and seminars on everything from social media to billing to affiliates to laws…  It was very informative!

 

They suggested only having one representative per company at the speed networking event, so we nominated our favourite little chatterbox, Sophie.  See?  She’s making people laugh!

 

All in all, it was a really great time and I’m excited to go again!

More Motorcycle

I’ve been a motorcycling fiend theses past few days, so I wanted to share a few more photos, including me driving all by myself!

 

First, getting a few more instructions about how the day was going to unfold.

 

 

Getting my gear on and in the zone to ride!

 

 

In the position, about to feel the wind in my hair!

 

 

And away we (well, I) go!

 

 

Look at how fast I can go!  Woohoo!

 

It’s been so exciting getting to explore more of this wild side of mine.  I’ve still got some more time left before it gets too icy to ride, so I’m going to make the most of it!  I was talking about it this weekend…   Quebec loves motorcycles, pools, going around in nearly nothing…  It’s because it’s so cold for so much of the year, we really make the most of summer.  So, that’s exactly what I’m going to do.  Then we’ll hibernate and do it all again next summer, only hopefully we’ll be able to have our own motorcycles!

Deep

 

It’s late and I need to get to bed soon for my motorcycle lesson tomorrow, but Qwebec has been fun and it’s been wonderful to get to network with such bright and interesting people.  Do you know what else is “interesting”?  Deep throating.  Interesting means very erotic, in this case.  So, the latest video is entirely dedicated to the art of deep throating.  It’s aptly called Deep.

 

 

There is something very satisfying about deep throating.  I don’t know whether it’s feeling accomplished, about seeing it all slide into me, about feeling him in the back of my throat…  It just feels like it completes me somehow.  And I know it feels very good for him too, so that just makes it that much more erotic.

 

 

So, I hope you’ll all enjoy the update, because it’s made with a lot of love and a lot of gag reflex control.  You can check out the trailer, but you’ll only see the finale in the full video, and we all know that a blowjob without a cumshot is like a sundae without a cherry.  And we all know that I love making sundaes…  Especially when blowjobs AND cumshots are involved.  ;)

Gone Qwebec-in’

As some of you may know, it’s the Qwebec adult expo here in Montreal!

 

The update will be up today as usual, but we’ll be off at workshops and doing some networking with other lovely people in the adult industry.

 

To tide you over, here are some photos from one of the cocktail events last night!

 

Doug from RabbitsReviews at Qwebec

 

This is our friend Doug from RabbitsReviews, deep in networking conversation!

 

Myself, Lilyanne and Sophie at the Qwebec Expo

 

And here I am with Lilyanne of Pornographic Love and the back of Sophie‘s head.

 

Today will be more workshops and chances to meet more people, so I’m sure it’ll be a lot of fun!

Steve Jobs

 

I got the news last night:

 

To the Apple Board of Directors and the Apple Community:

I have always said if there ever came a day when I could no longer meet my duties and expectations as Apple’s CEO, I would be the first to let you know. Unfortunately, that day has come.

I hereby resign as CEO of Apple. I would like to serve, if the Board sees fit, as Chairman of the Board, director and Apple employee.

As far as my successor goes, I strongly recommend that we execute our succession plan and name Tim Cook as CEO of Apple.

I believe Apple’s brightest and most innovative days are ahead of it. And I look forward to watching and contributing to its success in a new role.

I have made some of the best friends of my life at Apple, and I thank you all for the many years of being able to work alongside you.

Steve

 

I know it might seem kind of silly for me to be sad about this, especially since he’s still staying on as the Chairman of the Board, but it feels like the end of an era in a lot of ways, and unfortunately it doesn’t signal great things about his health.

 

Tim Cook seems like a great guy, and I’m sure he will continue to do wonderful things for the company, but Steve Jobs is an extraordinary person.  He changed the world, not just with computers…  He’s just inspirational to me as a human being.  He has inspired me a tremendous amount to have a vision, to be clear, precise and beautiful in everything I do.

 

So, thank you, Steve.  Thank you for your wonderful work with such an amazing company, bringing it to unbelievable heights and for doing so much to inspire so many along the way.

Magical iPod of the Future

 

Yes, yes, yes.  Before you say it, I know this is fantasy.  I know that this doesn’t exist and it probably won’t exist for some time but…  Couldn’t you just imagine?  This would be my dream come true in a lot of ways.  Having a projectable keyboard and a projectable screen?  You might as well just stop right there, because it would be hard for small devices to get any better…  And toss out your old computer, while you’re at it.

 

Maybe it’s from my love of Star Trek, but I love the idea of projections, holograms…  maybe even teleportation some day…  I’m just a sci-fi geek, but these futuristic ideas are so exciting to me, and they hold so much potential for a better life.  I mean, business alone would be way more fun with holograms!

 

If anyone could make this happen, and make it sleek and beautifully designed, it’d be Apple.  But for now, I’m very happy with my iMac, my iPad 2, my iPod Touch, Mike’s iPhone…  You get the idea.  ;)