Monthly Archives: February 2015

Oh, POOR me!

I don’t suppose I’m the first to do this, and sadly, I doubt I’ll be the last, but it’s one of those things in a studio that, if it goes wrong and you’ve never used such ancient equipment before, you … Continue reading

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Aww, whaddup? Yer minidisc not working?

So many things these days rely on computer chips. First time I ever saw a minidisc was when I thought: hey, these things look like a floppy disc/compact disc hybrid. I wonder how close to that I am? You’ve got … Continue reading

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Analogue all the way

As well as my enjoyment of computers, I also have a lifetime habit of listening to music. Remember when these were fab? Ha! Wind-up gramophones. Some of you are thinkin’: ‘Girl, I didn’t know you were that old!’ Weeeell, you … Continue reading

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Yeah, I know!

I promised you all things technical! So, some of you wondered: what on EARTH was  a RECIPE doing here? Well, that’s technical, ain’t it? I mean, you have to get the ingredients, read the manual (recipe & method) and MAKE … Continue reading

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Cinnamon and Sugar Pull-Apart Bread

Originally posted on Recipe Snobs:
I feel like through life we are always finding new things out about ourselves. Like for instance, as a kid I loved clam chowder. Now, I’ve come to realize that I really don’t care for…

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More playing around with videos

Did you know you can download Windows Movie Maker for Windows 8? It’s still available as part of Windows Live Essentials.  (Heads up: DO make sure you get the correct download for your version of Windows. Windows 8 version is … Continue reading

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Ugh!

Don’t you just hate it when a calamity happens? Yesterday, my power supply seemed to be acting up, so I decided to get a replacement. I checked and checked various sites; including Acer, and made a few phone calls, ending … Continue reading

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