Have you ever attended the TechEd Jam Session? If not – you’re really missing out. Last night we were at B.B. King’s Blues Club in Pointe Orlando. Thanks to CommVault for sponsoring it this year! Rather than try to describe it, here’s a quick video diary for you… “Did you get to sing, Kevin?” Nope. … Continue reading Dear TechEd Diary – June 13, 2012
Sure.. today is a big day for Beatles fans. (My wife is out right now picking up the pre-ordered deluxe Rockband set.) And I’m not sure if I want to pay extra money for re-mastered “mono” recordings, when God gave me two perfectly good ears. (PS – I also enjoy colorized B&W movies.***) Also, at … Continue reading It’s a big day! …and not just musically!
Microsoft Corp. :: Microsoft Research Helps Novice Musicians Discover Their Inner Songwriters(Title and first link in this blog post are courtesy of clicking the “Blog This” button in my browser, which launches me into Windows Live Writer. That’s the first time I’ve tried that. I like it.) Okay.. consider me once again blown away. I … Continue reading Microsoft Corp. :: Microsoft Research Helps Novice Musicians Discover Their Inner Songwriters
Clifford Stoll wrote a book 20+ years ago called “The Cuckoo’s Egg”, which was his novel about how he helped track Soviet-backed computer hackers to their source. I bought the book after seeing him interviewed. Watching this man literally JUMP from idea to idea, rocking and moving as if his brain were going so much … Continue reading Scary Smart
It’s amazing the things you can find on the Internet. Like when a Kurdish artist makes a music video containing my family name…(Aras, the artist, is a popular Kurdish artist. http://www.aras.se/ It’s a nice tune! I just wish I knew what he was saying about me.)