We had a cat named Beijing. “Had” is the key word in that sentence. This weekend I dropped Bejing off to live with my daughter, Jenn, who actually likes cats in general and this cat in particular.  The main reason (besides that Jenn wanted her) is that the cat always wanted to sit on my lap while I was trying to work. Since I had just finished writing several programs and the cat was sitting on my lap so I could not type, I decided to use cinchcast to explain to the cat what I had been doing.

The cat seemed unimpressed.

Beijing the Cat


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  1. Sharrilyn on August 29, 2012 9:43 am

    Beijing was not impressed, but your Cinchcast saved me a lot of headache. Thank you for taking the time to share what you learned about doing case matching in SPSS (the only program I have available to me). I’m still waiting to hear from SPSS technical support, BTW. You’re my new hero.

  2. Mahek on July 22, 2016 1:47 pm

    I am unable to find an Audio file here and I have been struggling with the same problem where it keeps alleging tht it cant find Fuzzy. If you have an audio or video instruction, could you please email it to me


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