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Got the last of my personal CD collection ripped into iTunes after having to manually type in track/artist/CD name data, then uploaded all that info GraceNote just I wouldn't have to go through all the PITA effort ever again. I even found three more surviving comps I had burned to CD-R I had stashed somewhere.
I will be going to L-5 tonight to not only run the Sonar software, but to celebrate two things: Mr. Thompson's birthday, and the return of a drummer that the project got along well with. To update with the *real* recording project, that _ahem_ extra sound instance was handled in a way where it is masked to satisfaction. I hope to hear this sometime soon.
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I finally broke down and bought a copy of Naturally Speaking 10 for under $50 at Target today, and taking a slight break from configuration/training of the software. When I opened the box, one of the ear pieces on the headphones was disconnected from the head band, so I had to snap it back on. I look like a minion of a call center with it on, but hey, I could probably listen to tunes while dictating.

Before I forget, happy birthday to one of my early guitar heroes, Ritchie Blackmore. May the one time Purple member have more riffs at his finger tips for as long as he needs them.

Back to the headphones that came with the software: I'm almost tempted to make an occasional audio post to upload on FA from time to time. It might not be like my old phone posts, but it might be longer than what LJ allows... perhaps a bit blue as well, who knows.

Oh yeah, didn't need to do labs this week after all; I could have used that needed hour for shut-eye.

Screw you Time-Warner each time I miss a new Mythbusters because you don't think I deserve such basic cable stalwarts as Discovery.
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Happy birthday to dad, he would have been 78 today.
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1) Go here.
2) Select your birthday.
3) Find out the most popular song on the day you were born and post it to your LJ!

My results:

12/24/1960 - "Are You Lonesome Tonight" - Elvis Presley


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