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Re: :|

Mon, 13 Jul 2009 00:38:45 -0000

I thought that was spam at first.




Re: :|

Mon, 13 Jul 2009 00:34:33 -0000

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Re: Childhood vs. Adulthood (The Eyes)

Tue, 07 Jul 2009 01:25:57 -0000

I can help!




Re: Things need to be pretty on the inside too

Mon, 08 Jun 2009 21:05:46 -0000

You could upgrade Wordpress?
Wordpress 2.7.1 is fairly pretty on the backend.
Not sure your theme will be compatible with it, but maybe it's time for a fresh start anyway?




Re: Just like starting over, part 1

Fri, 03 Apr 2009 20:48:37 -0000

I've done that too. I think that's a great example of how in the 1990s we were still trying to fit the round peg of "Internet" into the square hole of "pre-Internet existence".




Re: R.I.P. - this blog?

Fri, 03 Apr 2009 20:42:38 -0000

Mike: I don't know. Were you? :)




Re: Just like starting over, part 1

Fri, 03 Apr 2009 02:23:02 -0000

A cross between Twitter and blogging? Maybe http://www.tumblr.com is your thing.

I remember the days I used to PRINT OUT websites and keep them in binders. I don't do that anymore, but I still have the binders.




Re: R.I.P. - this blog?

Fri, 03 Apr 2009 02:17:36 -0000

I never expect anyone to read anything I write. Then I'm pleasantly surprised when someone does. So... keep it up! Was I just guilted into commenting?




Re: R.I.P. - this blog?

Tue, 10 Mar 2009 16:49:01 -0000

Maybe it's just that no one else has anything to say.




Re: Inner worlds and mythology

Wed, 18 Feb 2009 19:38:19 -0000

Keith, I just read of your experience being 'full' without lasars or....synchronizations, but, alas, I couldn't resist. After all this one is NOT the Waizard of OZ....:

http://video.google.com/vid...




Re: Epilogue: Republicans

Thu, 06 Nov 2008 01:41:35 -0000

First, thanks, I sincerely give you props for replying.

I didn't say the upper managers were all evil and the welfare recipients are all honest; I believe there is waste at both ends of the income spectrum. While we supposedly have a system of checks and balances within the government, imperfect as it may be, there's no checks and balances for the ethical behavior of corporations whose size has grown past a certain threshold where "law" boils down to "can we afford the fines". By ethical behavior, I mean treatment of employees, customers, the community, animals, the environment, etc..

I'm going to go out on a limb and say life doesn't actually "begin" at some discrete, magical time. What makes us human is our nervous systems. Our nervous/brain activity determines how sentient or conscious we are, and that's what I consider sacred. Until that begins to develop, I don't consider the growing clump of cells to be any more sacred than a fingernail or a hair. I would be lying if I said "abortion is dandy", especially as the fetus becomes more developed, but I don't think any intelligent democrat would actually say or believe that.

As for how educated I am, I have "some college" and I'm not an expert in the nuances of either politics or economics by a long shot. I do, however, have a vote, as do many people like me, so thanks again for leaving a civil comment. :)




Re: YouRadio

Thu, 06 Nov 2008 00:19:41 -0000

Dear Sir;

I read with interest you remarks, and feeel that there will oneday be a YouRadio---not merely for bands to promote themselves and listen to other bands, but for broadcasting enthusiasts to create their own radios, be it talk, shock, or classic rock. It would be like Youtube, minus the pictures....and all you would need is a mic and a way to broadcast your voice to your web or some server. Shoutcast isone way, but I'm sure the day will come when a person who has something to say and a mic and soundboard, plus some simple broadcasting software, will be able to upload their comments, music show, or other talk show. There is blogtalkRradio and a few other experimentaql things out thee, so there will oneday be a YouRadio. It's only a matter of time.




Re: Epilogue: Republicans

Wed, 05 Nov 2008 21:36:39 -0000

:) Im not going to waste the time pointing out how this article doesn't really have any actual real attacks against republicans, and is more just "shouting" out stereotypes. Also, I don't know how educated you are, but America's economy is a market economy. It runs itself. Also, I didn't know every single upper manager was evil and deserved 75% of his income stolen by the government for actually working to get there, While lowlifes continually suck off the system because they can make a comfortable living without working. And i do realize there is a legitamite need for welfare, but im sure less than 80% actually cant make a living.

Also, Its interesting how you focus on 1 out of 100 republican media station, welfare, etc. and just skim over the fact that democrats make murdering your own child easier and more convenient than ever. If you don't agree that its murder, tell me when the baby is human.




Re: Epilogue: Republicans

Wed, 05 Nov 2008 02:44:33 -0000

Republicans can stay on the "naughty mat" until they correct their behavior.




Re: Epilogue: Republicans

Wed, 05 Nov 2008 02:32:57 -0000

I am going to try and be magnanimous and kind hearted to all tomorrow. Tonight is a night for semi-drunken celebration and jeering.

Do yourself a favor and do not read any of the comments on the FOX NEWS site tonight or any time soon.

I, uh, did so and I want to stick myself in the brain with an ice pick.

After using it on a dozen or so of them.

Ooo bad me.




Re: R.I.P. Richard Wright

Tue, 16 Sep 2008 02:07:47 -0000

Echoes just came on the radio here.There is no overstating how epic that song is! And I guess there is a reason Dark Side was in the charts for so long. You nailed it though, saying his playing was an indispensable part of the sound, and the magic. That is right on. I posted a tribute at my blog too, at http://isorski.blogspot.com....




Re: Free* (just kidding) to good home: creepy soundtrack bit

Thu, 04 Sep 2008 01:36:57 -0000

Nice track. Hope it gets used.




Re: Free* (just kidding) to good home: creepy soundtrack bit

Sun, 17 Aug 2008 12:45:51 -0000

Thanks! Yes, please do make it to a film lab meeting again! Your dolly project alone could easily inspire an hour's worth of discussion. :)




Re: Free* (just kidding) to good home: creepy soundtrack bit

Sun, 17 Aug 2008 11:38:17 -0000

Keith I LOOOOOOVE this tune!

I've been dying to put together something for a comedic horror flick with some really campy/cheesy/john carpenter-like music. Keep it up!

I'm taking some up close shots of the dolly I built later today, I'll post them tonight if I get some time. One of these days I'm gonna make it to a film lab meeting again, I swear! Cheers




Re: Vocal session 7/12/08: Bemoaning Moments

Mon, 11 Aug 2008 12:23:29 -0000

Yeah, I do normally use a stand & popper stopper... I don't know what got into me!

Thanks for stopping by, Doc. :)




Re: Vocal session 7/12/08: Bemoaning Moments

Sun, 10 Aug 2008 20:10:51 -0000

Well done actually... has a beatlesque/steely dan feel to it. The over dubs are done well too. Now... the mic. Yes I was laughing. I'd use an SM58 on a stand with a popper stopper. Catchy tune.




Re: Vocal session 7/12/08: Bemoaning Moments

Sun, 10 Aug 2008 20:08:56 -0000

Well done actually... has a beatlesque/steely dan feel to it. The over dubs are done well too. Now... the mic. Yes I was laughing. I'd use an SM58 on a stand with a popper stopper. Catchy tune.




Re: Questions from internetland: amps and mics for lead guitars?

Tue, 29 Jul 2008 12:26:44 -0000

That's great! I still need to upgrade to version 3. I hear it has better time stretching, and other improvements...




Re: Questions from internetland: amps and mics for lead guitars?

Tue, 29 Jul 2008 12:14:41 -0000

I downloaded the tracktion demo because of this (and other posts referring to tracktion helped interest me). I just bought it the full Tracktion 3 version, and I love it. Its so much simpler, easier, and most importantly, stabler than Cubase. I don't know what it is about Cubase that makes people love it. Its a little pretenious (wrong word?) in how it makes even simple functions difficult. I was surprised to see Tracktion has already set itself up with my soundcard and had the correct input output setup before I even checked the settings. I also get a shorter latency with no dropouts for some reason. It also crashes ALL the time, it cant really handle all the external vsts and vstis i have. Tracktion has a great effects organizer and I love the visual effects rack.




Re: Investments

Sun, 20 Jul 2008 02:08:33 -0000

*flicks her Bic* (and I realize it's rather late, but I'm just saying I'm here with my portable ass-fire device.)