So.. now that my trusty point and shoot is back at my hip,.. I also announce my new PhotoBlog. You will notice a new link on the top of my BlogRoll to the right.
So there it is! Go check it out!
So I have a confession: I have recently discovered that I love 80's music a lot more than I thought I did. So heres a story; Branden often has his apple notebook connected to the TV and streams music from rhapsody on the surround sound. The other day he left said equipment unattended long enough for me to change his playlist from something heavy in Ben Folds to the "80's Hits" channel! Well I soon found myself dancing uncontrollable in the living room to songs I haven't heard in years yet were so familiar to me somehow.
Hypothesis: There is a time in everyones young life when they are very susceptable to music. I don't know when exactly or how long this vulnerability lasts but I'm guessing it occurs sometime in grade school and doesn't last more than a year.
So what ever music you happen to be mostly hearing during this time will get burned into your brain. You will always like it. It will always feel familiar and comfortable to you. And some day down the road it will even make you get up off the couch and make you dance till you become disoriented.
Update: After thinking about it more and talking to others I have decided that it might be earlier on than I previously thought. It might be a lot younger, perhaps when there is still a lot of brain developing going on. Anyway... just my speculation...
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I hate being sick. This is not an update. I have always hated being sick.
You may have read Davy's blog announcing my intent to write a paper on Nikola Tesla for no apparent reason. Friday I found myself reading about him and found what I was reading to be so interesting that I decided to write up a report of some of the cool things about Tesla's inventions and theories. It seems that everyone I talk to knows little to nothing about him.
I intend to build projector number 2 and have it be up and working in the next couple weeks. This one is going to be a vertical build and will be for my office at work. Which means I will have the greatest office ever imagined by man. Or at least close to it. By the way projector number one is a huge success and has brought a wonderful 13 foot screen to our home. Couldn't be happier with it. Jectors rule thats all I gotta say about that. (if i had a fricken camera this blog would be loaded with pics... *sigh*)
I am currently entertaining perm number 3.
I guess thats it for now.
So.. tonight after a long overdue cleaning we will see if its there.
Anyway thats the real reason I have not been blogging. I have been in the depths of "I cant find my camera blues" So once I recover it I think I will begin doing some exciting blog stuff. (the exciting part.. is probably only relative to myself.. sorry ha, but this is my world so what are ya gonna do)
Now for the good news. Today I came across something I have been waiting a long time to see. I found an article on Engadget about a new company called XstreamHD And I think it may finally be what I have been hoping for. A delivery system for true HD content in a way that doesn't suck.
Anyway it hasn't come out yet but ill keep you posted.
And I'm still working on the Music post I have been promising everyone. Its going to be pretty epic... Sorry to keep you all waiting so long.