This is not the Texas you’re looking for… – View on Path.
Christmas lights, 2013 edition. with Ann Margaret at Phelps Homestead – View on Path.
Edit — I scheduled this post on my main site to post on Tuesday, the official release date for the album, but for some reason, Squarespace’s social feature dumped it here as soon as it was scheduled. But, by all means, by the album on Tuesday when it’s out. Otherwise, listen to it on Spotify until then. :)
If you listened to Systematic or you’re otherwise aware of things I do on the Internet, it won’t be news to you that I can’t shut up about Five Iron Frenzy. The new album—their first in over a decade—came out today, and you should totally buy it. I got an advance digital copy as part of my Kickstarter backing, and it’s basically been on repeat since it was added to iTunes. It’s Five Iron Frenzy at their most soul-searching-yet-uplifting best. If you’re previewing or dipping a toe in, “So Far”, “Zen and the Art of Xenophobia”, and “Into Your Veins” are good tracks to get hooked on.
If you’re into rock and roll, I think you’ll like it.Source: itunes.apple.com
Source: 5ironfrenzyHappy Five Iron Frenzy Day kids! 10 years ago today we broke-up. 2 years ago we reunited. TODAY you can hear our new album for free on Spotify: http://open.spotify.com/album/60S60DXUc7g7Lm0Tqp1itYLike/Hate it? Support the band and buy a copy at http://fiveironstore.com/
Asking for a friend.
By my calculations, it would be approximately 160 pints. Hope this helps your friend.Source: emersunn
"Shut your face, high school jerks. We’re about to show you how this works." – Preview it on Path.
iFlicks is a great application for getting videos from one format to another such as if you want to have it playable on Apple TV, iPad, or iPhone. iFlicks 2 is now available with tons of improvements. It’s got a lot of new features, but a couple that I like a lot are the improved metadata processing and rules (including smart filename parsing) and watched folders and scripts for huge automation potential. It’s on sale for $10 until November 25, so snatch it up now.Source: itunes.apple.com
This is not the day I wanted to find out iPhoto won’t play movies I shot with my iPhone 4 a few years ago. After a minor heart attack, I found QuickTime will play them and I can probably convert them with iFlicks. I was less miffed when it couldn’t play old videos I shot in avi format on our old old video camera back in 2005. This, however, is from Apple’s own device and software. Files in folders is starting to look better and better for managing photos and videos. Maybe time to give Clipstart another look too… – Read on Path.
Certainly a peculiar site to come across in the middle of nowhere, 50 foot, possibly 70 foot long, with weeds crawling through its concrete cracks, abandoned long ago by whoever put it there. This arrow may point your way out of the desert but it’s also pointing to the past.Source: messynessychic.com
I think there’s hope in services like Path and App.net, both of which I am a fan and use daily. Path is a beautiful, simple service built by an ex-Facebooker who doesn’t want to sell ads or users. App.net has a lot of potential and is from an entrepreneur who’s done some great stuff. They are both supported directly by users.
App.net is free to use for the first 40 people you follow. If you want to follow more, you can pay very reasonable monthly or yearly memberships that include file storage for all the apps and services you can use on it. Path is free to use and sells premium memberships and digital goods like photo filters and stickers.
Yes, they both have stumbled in their own ways, but they’re doing it. They’re social media without the ads, creepiness, or constant need to go here and click that and stand on your head and do this other thing in order to opt out of some terrible new idea.
Give Path and App.net a look. They’re great, private, always getting better, and supported directly by users.
Seriously, you should check out both Path and App.net. David explains why.