Shut down linux machine and boot up windoze.
Click on control panel infrared icon. Switch camera to play (and put it on to the mains adaptor!).
Start SonyDSC. Click on the top left camera icon.
When the album image appears, click on it once to select (yellow) it.
Pull down the File menu and select Copy to Disc Album, and click ok.
Wait about 30 minutes, then shut down sonydsc
Using the windoze file listing thing, get into the new directory
where the album is. (Good to do this before starting vueprint;
that way, you get a nice historical list of files when you create new ones).
Click on one of the files and look at it using vueprint.
Select thumbnail to get thumbnails of all images. Save each thumbnail
as a gif.
Keep selecting thumbnail until the displayed image reverts to a non-thumbnail.
Select File: Convert... to gif.
Select all the desired files using click and shift-click or ctrl-click,
followed by "open".
You're done with vueprint. Delete all the images on the camera.
Select a DOStool, and run ftp in the relevant directory.
(line 999) ftp all the gif files to a linux machine.
Shut down windoze
Run my little perl program (which works under sunos at least)
convert a file listing
generated by ls -lisa into an html document like the examples
ls -lisa *gif | lisa2html.p title="storm damage" > gutter.html