After more than 8 years, I am proud to announce a brand new musical composition. This one is a much different style from the rest. It's more of an Electronica/Trance genre and has a "darker" techno style to it. Hear it for yourself.
It's still incomplete, think of it as a preview. The composition currently has no name, so it's temporary title is "Nameless". It's now available for free download for a limited time only in unrestricted MP3 format. Get it and share your thoughts.
There are probably some loose screws here and their, but I think this will work much better. Logical navigation, updated layout, and more Web 2.0 friendly. You now have the ability to comment on my news posts.
Many legacy items that didn't fit into the new layout will remain archived in the legacy area. I do not plan on updating those items any more. I've also kept a copy of the old site in their as well.
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Fortunately Internet ads are very easy to block. Use the following DNS servers instead of the ones assigned by your ISP. It might take a little longer to initially bring up a page, but it will be (almost) completely ad free.
Ubuntu Linux is a great alternative to Windows XP & Vista. Ubuntu is free and you can have it pre-installed with your next Dell computer purchase. Ubuntu is safe and easy to use, download or order a free Live CD to give it a test drive.
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Microsoft Windows Vista will include built in DRM. To view copy protected HD content, you'll need to purchase a display and video card that supports HDCP, High Definition Copy Protection. My suggestion is to say away from this kind of stuff. Windows Vista offers very little improvement over Windows XP or 2000. Keep your self up to date on the latest in DRM at http://www.doom9.org
Try Mozilla Firefox. It is far superior to Microsoft Internet Explorer on all levels (Features, Security, Stability, Speed, and Usability).
There's a nasty little technology called "DRM".
It's important to learn and understand Digital Rights Management (DRM), and how it will affect technology in your everyday life.
Please educate yourself and others around you on the negative ramifications of DRM Technology, and help keep it out of our lives. DRM is a serious threat to all of us.
Microsoft's plan to dominate the Internet and send you a monthly bill to use your computer is beginning to roll out and take shape.
Words of warning: "Avoid Microsoft's .NET Run Time".