Archive for June, 2007

Audio Clips Added

Saturday, June 30th, 2007

I’ve decided to finally start adding some audio clips to my site. If you’re not into bass trombone licks and pedal notes, you probably don’t want to click this link.

it’s not wagner

Saturday, June 30th, 2007

I don’t want this blog to become a YouTube portal, but I couldn’t stop laughing while watching this video.


Friday, June 29th, 2007

If you’re like me, you like free stuff. Not only free stuff, but free stuff that makes your life easier, better, more interesting, whatever.

One of the free things I use every day is Gmail. It changed my life over two years ago. Every time I’m forced to open a traditional email app now, I feel like I’ve traded in my Xbox 360 for an Atari 2600. Folders? Give me a break. Thirty entries for a single thread? Added clutter in an already cluttered inbox. If you want searchability, threading, the ability to access your email from anywhere, loads of space, virus protection, then ditch Outlook and get Gmail.

Google docs hasn’t had quite the same impact as Gmail, at least not yet. But it’s getting better thanks to a recent update. Web Worker Daily has a great review of this latest offering, highlighting GD’s strengths and offering up some suggestions to make it better. It doesn’t have everything we need — yet — but hey, it’s free.

Blast from the Past

Sunday, June 24th, 2007

This is a video from a Dallas television morning show when they came up to Denton to film the One O’Clock nearly nine years ago. The audio is terrible, but Tom Brantley still sounds great. back online

Sunday, June 24th, 2007

My personal site has suffered greatly from my neglect in the past year and a half. During that time I’ve been coding and designing web sites for Decision Counsel, a San Francisco-based strategic professional services firm. Some of our clients include IDG (Network World, Macworld, InfoWorld, DEMO, The Security Standard, et al), LSI, Yoogli, Las Ramblas, Popular Science and more. I am definitely busier than ever, but that’s better than being bored and poor!

I continue to do work on the side and am very excited about the upcoming Edwards relaunch. Recent additions to my portfolio include OSU Trombones, Back Stage DC, ITF2007, Getzen Gazette and a couple of others that I can’t remember at 1 am on Sunday night/Monday morning. I’m also getting ready for complete overhauls of the Griego Mouthpiece, Kagarice Brass and ITA sites.

Latest Project

Recent additions to my portfolio include OSU Trombones, ITF2007, and the Getzen Gazette.

On Deck

  • Edwards
  • Griego Mouthpieces
  • Rod Ellard
  • DEMOfall 07

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