Archive for May, 2007

Hospital Music on The Fox

Comments 1 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Matt wrote a post the other night about an appearance on 99.3 the Fox’s Rock Report today at 6:00pm [CFOX]. As the launch date of Hospital Music nears his schedule gets pretty full but he’s keeping fans and the reader community of his website pretty well updated. We will be streaming ‘Born Losers’ on the […]

The Mighty Nipple

Comments 14 by Rebecca Bollwitt

I must admit, I love not using a mouse – the trackpad is where it’s at – but going from desktop computer isn’t always accommodating to such needs. That was until I discovered the Mighty Mouse and its wonderful nipple. In 2001 I got a hand-me-down HP Omnibook laptop that was my best friend over […]

Vancouver Giants Day and HockeyNW

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Dave – the Canucks Outsider – was able to attend the hoopla and joyous festivities over at City Hall yesterday where Sam Sullivan proclaimed Tuesday May 29th “Vancouver Giants Day”. He was sure to record audio for his podcast and with his citizen journalism super skills, interviewed Giants players and owners and ex-coaches. Topics include […]

Top O the Muffin to Ya

Comments 8 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Aside from worrying about not being tan enough, or having the right summer outfit, there’s a new front for non-anorexic-sized women to battle this summer. Photo credit: kk+ on Flickr In the series Seinfeld, muffin tops were coveted items [wiki]. They were sold alone and not with the actual muffin itself because they’re the tastiest […]

Streaming Presentation Apps for Mac

Comments 2 by Rebecca Bollwitt

I put the question out in the tech-o-sphere last week and haven’t been able to find any answers until today. Basically, we were looking for a desktop-sharing, online web conferencing application or service (e.g. Webex) that would work with a Mac. Everyone I asked seemed to think it was something that’s needed, and would be […]

Summer Playlists and Todbits.tv

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I admit, I’m bad with playlists. John has running playlists (up tempo and low impact), songs for happy times, and rainy days. I basically abuse my “On-The-Go” which turns into “On-The-Go2” to “On-The-Go6” whenever I plug my ipod into my computer for juice (pause for shudders here). I try to make and maintain playlists, really […]