Dwell Modern Home living tip No. forty-six: iTunes
From pages 2 an 5 of the 11 page photo album. Joan finds the iTunes repeat playlist function work well for all of her friend’s Bob Dylan themed 30 year birthday party’s. Leonard does not like his iTunes repeat playlist function. Leonard is often blasted with the Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Op. 67 Allegro con brio. This last happen after coming home from his friend’s...
B: I'm not allowed to say the word 'sex;' I'm not allowed to text the word 'sex...'
E: And you're not allowed to sext the word 'sex.'
I’m A.B. Babcock. My pastimes include trying to plug USB connectors into Ethernet ports.
We think of the mountains as forming clouds about their brows, but the clouds...– J.W. Powell
Prague was great!
I can’t wait to go back over winter break!
A Sonic Wasteland. →
From The Economist: Sound recordings made in America before 1972 do not fall under federal protection, being governed instead by state common law. Ensuing rights tend to be perpetual—and anything but uniform, according to Peter Hirtle of Cornell University, who advises the university’s libraries on intellectual property. Most states’ laws also include the notion, peculiar to modern...
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