Photo: Playing at Cathedral Park Jazz fest some 22 years ago. Playing today with Stan Bock and tomorrow Jessie Marquez.

Photo: Playing at Cathedral Park Jazz fest some 22 years ago. Playing today with Stan Bock and tomorrow Jessie Marquez.

Eno on sound and synths…..more simple design and connection to instruments

making sounds with the Thor app

making sounds with the Thor app

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In the Finder, make sure the Path Bar is visible (View > Show Path Bar). The current path is then displayed at the bottom of each Finder window.

As with any other folder icon in the Finder, Command-double-clicking on any icon in the Path Bar will open a new window to that folder.

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Easy way to open new Finder window in same folder as frontmost window - Mac OS X Hints

I did not know that. Handy.

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Source: hints.macworld.com
ilovecharts:

This is taped to the office door of my school’s band director. Creative and rather accurate, music majors will confirm.
-wheremythoughtsescape

All about practicing

ilovecharts:

This is taped to the office door of my school’s band director. Creative and rather accurate, music majors will confirm.

-wheremythoughtsescape

All about practicing

Source: ilovecharts
everythinginthesky:

I don’t understand.

everythinginthesky:

I don’t understand.

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Source: everythinginthesky
merlin:

Compose Gmail Message.app

I just ““wrote”” my first ““application.””

→ Download “Compose Gmail Message.app”

It’s the world’s dumbest and awesomest Automator app, and it does precisely one thing; it directs you straight to Gmail’s “Compose Message” window in a new tab of your default browser.

Set it as your Mac’s default email app and—BOOM!—every time OS X needs to create an email message, you get to just send email without having to look at email.

I think this might maybe be the greatest thing I’ve ever done. I finally feel alive.

ADDENDUM 2013-03-19_10-16-46

Yeah, I know there are many ways to make Gmail (or Mailplane, etc.) OS X’s default email app. But, to my knowledge, none solve my basic problem here. After sending a message, you’re always redirected back to the inbox (or a search or a label). See, I literally don’t want to see any messages in order to simply send a message. There are probably numerous other and better ways to do this. This one works for me.

Send email without the Inbox

merlin:

Compose Gmail Message.app

I just ““wrote”” my first ““application.””

→ Download “Compose Gmail Message.app”

It’s the world’s dumbest and awesomest Automator app, and it does precisely one thing; it directs you straight to Gmail’s “Compose Message” window in a new tab of your default browser.

Set it as your Mac’s default email app and—BOOM!—every time OS X needs to create an email message, you get to just send email without having to look at email.

I think this might maybe be the greatest thing I’ve ever done. I finally feel alive.


ADDENDUM 2013-03-19_10-16-46

Yeah, I know there are many ways to make Gmail (or Mailplane, etc.) OS X’s default email app. But, to my knowledge, none solve my basic problem here. After sending a message, you’re always redirected back to the inbox (or a search or a label). See, I literally don’t want to see any messages in order to simply send a message. There are probably numerous other and better ways to do this. This one works for me.

Send email without the Inbox

Source: i-0.us

nice video on herbie hancock, jazz musician extrondinaire

friday sun on mt. tabor (rare this time of year)

friday sun on mt. tabor (rare this time of year)